ARTSCIENCE LATE : LESLIE LOW [LIVE REVIEW]

By Yong Shu Hoong When Leslie Low – of revered Singapore band, The Observatory, and previously from the 1990s’ Humpback Oak – was introduced by an ArtScience Museum staff as “the most important singer-songwriter that Singapore has given the world,” he seemed almost embarrassed. But, for the many fans gathered Continue Reading

POWER OF POP ARTIST OF 2014 – LESLIE LOW

Singapore indie music as an art form is still fairly young. Even the National Arts Council has in the last couple of years recognized Singapore indie music as a viable art form deserving of financial support. Despite all this, Singapore has in the last twenty years seen true indie music artists Continue Reading

2014 IN MUSIC

Only one contender for PoP Album of the Year. JPNSGRLS epitomizes the best hope for the continuing history of Rock ‘n’ Roll even as the tsunami of prefabricated pop threatens to wipe our beloved music off the face of the earth. Nothing remotely hipster-ish about Circulation and thank GOD for that! Continue Reading

BILL CALLAHAN – LIVE IN SINGAPORE

Other Sounds is presenting American singer-songwriter and guitarist Bill Callahan in Singapore this November. Callahan is probably best known for his work in the lo-fi genre of underground rock, with home-made tape-albums recorded on four track tape recorders. Leslie Low will provide support. Details: – The Substation Theatre (45 Armenian St) Sunday, Continue Reading

THE DIARISTS PRESENT LESLIE LOW (IN THE LIVING ROOM)

This is taken verbatim from the promo email: – ♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠ Ahead of Leslie Low‘s highly anticipated solo release No Such Thing As Ghosts, The Diarists are putting together a series of small, personal shows to promote the album. Cozy up in a living room, an independent venue or a workspace, Continue Reading