Selected pics from Neon Lights Day One (28th Nov) by Jazreel-Anne.
Tag: Songhoy Blues
LIVE REVIEW: NEON LIGHTS FESTIVAL — MIND THE (GENERATION) GAPLIVE REVIEW: NEON LIGHTS FESTIVAL — MIND THE (GENERATION) GAP
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 Club Weekender).
To that end, Neon Lights featured comedy, arts and children entertainment, possibly in an attempt to encourage families to make it a day (or two) out for the weekend.
Neon Lights Festival is upon us this weekend (28 – 29 Nov) and these are the acts we are most looking forward to.
Three new releases for your discovery!
JAILL – BRAIN CREAM
Jangle pop rules with Jaill! If you dig the likes of Real Estate or Girls, you’ll fall in love with this collection of energetic melodic pop-rock tunes.
DU BLONDE – WELCOME BACK TO MILK
Beth Jeans Houghton has attitude in spades but with the right kind of music, she deserves to get away with it! Du Blonde is everything you’ve loved about punky glammy rock n roll and then some!
SONGHOY BLUES – MUSIC IN EXILE
A Mali band of musicians that had to run away from the unrest in their homeland to deliver a wonderful amalgam of African ethnic music and rock ‘n’ roll – edgy and relevant.
… still there’s more …