Tag: Lydia Low

LYDIA LOW: LIVE IN SINGAPORE JUNE 2015LYDIA LOW: LIVE IN SINGAPORE JUNE 2015

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Lydia Low kicks off her Singapore tour tonight at Originals Sing @ Artistry. Joie Tan will be opening the festivities at 8.30pm. Cover charge is $10, proceeds to be shared between the artists. Lydia will also be selling CDs so please bring money!

In the meantime, you can listen to her album Wrecked till Further Notice at Spotify.

The album is also available at iTunes.

Lydia will also be playing a couple of tunes at the Beast open mic tomorrow.

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Check out the lyric video for “Wrecked”

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DISCOVERED @ SPOTIFYDISCOVERED @ SPOTIFY

Kevin Tihista

The final part of our look back at 2013’s recommend album list – accessible at Spotify.

Kevin TihistaModern Standard

Under the radar perhaps but fully deserves your attention. Pop music making at its best.

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2013: A REFLECTION2013: A REFLECTION

Yours truly with the legendary Robert Plant

It’s easy to be glib about the year that has passed and focus simply on how time flies and all that. I want to resist that temptation and reflect upon the amazing experiences I had in 2013 that I will always cherish to assist me in looking forward to 2014.

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THE LONG AND WINDING ROAD: EMO FASCISM – TAKING STOCKTHE LONG AND WINDING ROAD: EMO FASCISM – TAKING STOCK

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So the new album has been out for more than a week now and to be brutally honest, I feel utterly disappointed by the lack of response. But wait…. what did I truly expect? The CDs (and T-shirts) to be sold out and that all my friends would pack out my shows? Ah yes, the problem of unrealistic expectations – the agony of hope not fulfilled.

After all, wasn’t the recording of the album for my own benefit? Yes and no. Indeed, the album has had a carthatic and therapeutic effect on the emotional rollercoaster that is now my daily existence. Yet, one cannot help but yearn for the acceptance of your peers, which is represented (rightly or wrongly) by attendance at shows, CDs and T-shirts sales. With all my low self-esteem issues bundled into and identified with the ‘success’ of the album, you can imagine it has not been an easy week for me.

Add to that complicated relationship difficulties and it’s not too far-fetched to suggest that I feel royally fucked-up at the moment. But wait…. that would ignore the positives and I really need to focus on and give recognition to these factors in order to survive and ultimately thrive. So here goes…

It was wonderful playing with Pat, Ray, Nelson and Ben (aka The Groovy People) and on stage I felt invincible. It has been amazing to collaborate with Lydia once again, she is so talented that my heart wants to burst – she is my protege in every sense of the word. The fact that she disappears before the end of the month makes this even more bittersweet (typical innit?)

To everyone who has attended the shows and purchased the CDs and T-shirts, THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart — I do cherish each and everyone of you — you give me hope that maybe I’m not a FAILED MUSICIAN after all….

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