Do you feel the need for something completely different in the Singapore music scene? Well, look no further than The MadHatter Project!

For this self-described quartet of history and music geeks (and oxymoron enthusiasts), the path of music making goes beyond the limited influences of Damien Rice and John Mayer with its piano-centred, synthesizer-heavy sound to reference the likes of Elton John and Todd Rundgren.

The band will be staging its first full-length showcase For The Time Being at 8pm on the 12th of May and at 3pm and 8pm on the 13th of May 2017 at 72-13 (72-13, Mohamed Sultan Road).

This is held in conjunction with Noise Singapore, a programme of the National Arts Council, and is jointly presented by The MadHatter Project and The Rooftop Sessions. A multi-disciplinary work, it will feature original music and staging by The MadHatter Project, visual art by artists Ho Zhen Ming and Ang Siew Ching, as well as the poems of award-winning poet Stephanie Dogfoot.

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