SUPERSECT is a marvellous intersection of two quite diverse cultural influences.
Vandetta returns with a new EP, Mindkiller and if the single “Onz” is any indication, it will be popular with many many discerning music lovers.
Amberhill recalls Singapore indie rock a decade ago.
New made in Singapore music releases!
“Progressive rock”. A music genre born, nurtured & killed over 40 years ago. Which oddly enough appears to apply to whatever you want to call the music made by sub:shaman on its new album, apnea.
So this Singapore pop band called AVANEER followed our Instagram account and when we checked out the only song on its Soundcloud account, we were blown away!
As we have frequently observed, it’s difficult to find proper melodic rock bands in the current Singapore music scene. But if you know where to look, you will discover that a S-ROCK underground exists, where bands like Gilded Edge do what they do best – make authentic rock ‘n’ roll.
Singer-songwriter Joy Heng, who is now studying in Melbourne, recently released a music video of her “Dreams” single.
Singapore music trendspotters would have observed the rise of female singer-songwriters paired with electronic music producers that have ignited serious interest on streaming platforms like Spotify.
One of the best Singapore pop releases this year comes from singer-songwriter Fym Summer.
Music festivals have become commonplace in Singapore in the last couple of years. Millennials typically support music festivals because it is an excellent opportunity to meet up with friends with good music as a backdrop. The experience is the key takeaway for most festival goers in Singapore.
We have admired singer-songwriter Jean Tan for sometime now. Mainly for her confident yet sincere approach to jazz-folk pop.
Jeff Hue is an electronic musician and producer from Singapore.
Nothing against millennial urban electro-jazz-pop but sometimes all you really want is real music with real instruments that touch your heart and soul. For real.
Singapore band Astronauts shares with many of their contemporary Singaporean musicians a love for urban millennial pop music.
Years in the making, atmospheric dream pop band enec.e have made available its debut EP, Driftwood on Bandcamp and other digital platforms.
TOMGIRL (a.k.a Cherie Ko and Ted Doré) have dropped their garage-pop second single “Heartbeats” and music video.
Now for something completely different. Well, as far as the Singapore music scene is concerned, in any case.
MARICELLE – LUCKY ONES
2nd single release ahead of her EP launch in January, Maricelle’s “Lucky Ones” is a wondrously constructed track with a melody that will twist and turn right into your heart.
FORBIDDEN PLANET – CAN I BORROW YOUR BASS
Animated video of “Can I Borrow Your Bass” from Forbidden Planet’s debut album, From the Bedroom to Oblivion: Two Decades of Obscurity (2015).
… still there’s more …
We shine the light on a couple of Singapore artists with new music for you to consider.