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Gone are the days when Robag Wruhme used to play eclectic, boozy club sets as one half of the Wighnomy Brothers: since parting ways with co-conspirator Sören 'Monkey Maffia' Bodner in 2009, he's been having to do it all by himself. Then again, flying solo seems to suit Wruhme (real name Gabor Schablitzki) just fine. In between the DJ bookings last year, he also managed to find time to explore both contemplative, ambient soundscapes (on the excellent Thora Vukk album) and more straightforward dancefloor silliness (Donnerkuppel). Expect him to cover both bases – and a fair few others – when he appears at Eleven this weekend, with an additional live set by DJ Sodeyama. And as with many of the Nishi-Azabu nightspot's recent events, it's worth turning up early for this one: entrance is a piddling ¥1,000 before 11.30pm.