Singer-songwriter Christopher Owens is perhaps best known for his earlier project – Girls – and a penchant for retro-indie-pop that evokes the spirit of the 80s UK pop underground.
Indie pop songstress Fazerdaze (a.k.a. Amelia Murray) and band brings her dream pop agenda to Singapore on Friday, October 20th.
FRED PERRY SUBCULTURE LIVE returns on Friday 13 October at Esplanade Annexe Studio.
Believe me, it’s not often a band that I actually dig plays in Singapore. Yep, I’m weird that way. But when I first realized JPNSGRLS (Japanese Girls) that were coming down to Singapore for Music Matters Live ’14, I was pretty stoked. I had loved the Vancouver band’s debut EP Sharkweek from one year ago and well, I was excited by the prospect. The combination of pop smarts, post-punk veneer and rock ‘n’ roll attitude made JPNSGRLS a top band in my opinion and a definite highlight of MML’14.
FuzzCulture hail from India and their brand of electro-rock will keep audiences grooving when they perform at Music Matters Live ’17.
Melbourne band Swim Season draw from the five very different musical backgrounds of its members- James Seymour (Vocals/Guitar), Matthew Jennings (Guitar/Vocals), Danielle Smarrelli (Keys/Vocals), Nelson Yeung (Bass) & Jonathon Ferraro (Drums).
So what can we expect from this quintet with the shiny indie pop sound? Guitarist Matt fills us in.
Celebrate the release of Sezairi’s latest single “70’s”, on the 21st of July at Hard Rock Café Singapore, Cuscaden Road – where Sezairi will entertain with a full band.
CITY65 Music, the movement behind this year’s inaugural CITY65 Music Festival celebrating made-in-Singapore music, has announced the Living-Room Sessions – a new series of intimate events showcasing local musicians.
LAMC Productions bring 90s alternative rock to Singapore with industrial metal icons Ministry, and special guests Filter.
French electro duo, JUSTICE is coming to Singapore on 15 August. The guys behind the hit “D.A.N.C.E” and the famous remix of “We Are Your Friends” are back with their new album Woman and subsequent world tour.
SUPERSECT is a marvellous intersection of two quite diverse cultural influences.
Another year, another Baybeats Festival. Each year brings diminishing returns for us, it must be said. Once upon a time, the Festival would generate tremendous excitement and anticipation but that is no longer the case in 2017.
Hard rock and progressive metal titans Dream Theater, as part of their Images, Words & Beyond 25th Anniversary Tour return to Singapore on Oct 3, 2017, at Zepp @ Bigbox Singapore!
Congrats are in order as Republic Polytechnic’s student-run IGNITE Music Festival celebrates its tenth anniversary!
German thrash-metal band KREATOR make their way to our shores in August for a night of mayhem and political commentary!
Two local music startups put their heads together to give us a night of pop music, made in Singapore.
The key word here is “rocks”. Like in the rest of the music world, rock music seems to have lost its “hipness” in Singapore, with electro-jazz-soul being the preferred choice of the younger set nowadays.
One of our favourite albums of 2017 comes courtesy of the very talented pop artist Gabriel Garzón-Montano.
Singaporean alternative band sub:shaman will launch their debut full-length album Apnea, at Esplanade Annexe Studio on May 13th 2017.
Here’s an intriguing gig featuring four young S-ROCK bands.
Do you feel the need for something completely different in the Singapore music scene? Well, look no further than The MadHatter Project!
As a gig promoter, Pandarocketship has been a fairly new player in the local music scene with the successful run of gig series Pandarocketship x The Music Parlour last year.
Earlier this year, electro-soul artist Maricelle released her debut EP – The Pursuit – to a warm reception. Maricelle will showcase the songs on The Pursuit and other tracks at her Launch Party at the Esplanade Annexe Studio on April 20th from 7pm.
MAAD Sounds at the Red Dot Design Museum – curated by Andy Yang – has been an essential showcase for original music in Singapore for quite a while now. Tonight’s edition marks the last instalment of the vital local music resource at the current venue.