Free gig this Monday at Old Parliament / Artshouse, featuring Malaysian guests (including Ferns and Deserters frontmen) and possibly Bukit Batok's own Pinholes.
This Monday at Earshot!
Happy Monday Northern LightsCross-Causeway Acoustic AnticsEarshot - Artshouse - Singapore (Old Parliament)6th August 2007 / 8pmFree admission
After the intense aural assault by bands at Baybeats 2007, wind down and chill out the Monday-after, with a selection of featured performers doing things a little differently.
Warren Chan (Ferns, Malaysia)The unlikely frontman of indie pop outfit Ferns, Warren Chan has been flirting with music for as long as he can remember. The Ferns' released their debut album On Botany in 2006, and have since been honoured on the list of "Top 25 Bands on Myspace" by Rolling Stone magazine, finally affirming Warren's belief that living inside his head would one day, pay off. http://www.myspace.com/fernfrens
Reza Salleh (Malaysia) Reza owes much of his singing career to the Seattle sounds of Nirvana, radio pop from the 90s, the vocal stylings of Black American vocalists, and reality. The stuff he writes is a mish-mash of elements drawn from a combination of his inner space and listening diet from the last decade. Dark, heartfelt, confused. Best served with coffee. http://www.myspace.com/rezasalleh
Zack Yusof (Deserters, Malaysia) Zack Yusof is a music journalist, occasional indie radio jock and enthusiastic part-time club DJ who – driven by his love of classic songwriting and inventive sonic experimentation – sings, plays guitar and writes songs in KL-based indie rock quintet Deserters. Zack in solo form makes intimate lo-fi acoustic folk under the guise of Kid Kowalski.