Thankfully, the weather was good enough this year to get a better video look back on Laneway Festival Singapore 2018! … still there’s more …
Music festivals – like any other entertainment platform – are an intensely personal experience.
Slowly but surely, Laneway Festival Singapore has been losing its guitar rock roots. When you consider that perhaps the most exciting year was 2012, when it was possible to enjoy the likes of The Horrors, Laura Marling, Feist and M83 all in one night, the 2017 line-up demonstrated how music Continue Reading
Icelandic hipster band returned to Singapore for a full concert, having previously appeared at Laneway 2013. Considering the type of young fans OMAM attracts, the audience were mostly surprisingly laid back, dress-wise, with many fans donning OMAM t-shirts.
Riot !n Magenta kicked off the main stage activities and immediately got temperatures rising!
Selected pics from Neon Lights Day Two (29th Nov) by Jazreel-Anne.
Selected pics from Neon Lights Day One (28th Nov) by Jazreel-Anne.
The new kid on the block, Neon Lights sought to cover as much ground as possible in terms of appealing to the broadest demographics. Presumably, this was deemed necessary by Neon Lights to distinguish itself from the other big-scale music festivals in Singapore viz. Laneway and The Gathering (formerly Hostess Continue Reading
Liverpool-based indie rockers Circa Waves have emerged as the next big thing on the UK music scene with a Top 10 debut album (Young Chasers) and a sold-out UK tour to boot. Taking the early Noughties indie boom (think: The Strokes, The Libertines & Arctic Monkeys) & re-packaging its shiny Continue Reading