Gig-whores like myself who know this important fact – venue is very crucial to whether a show is good. A band like the XX is one that has minimal movement on stage; they, and I mean just two front-liners who either stare at the ground (commonly known as shoe-gazing), or swing their guitars in… Read More
Singapore Char Siew Baos (SCSB) Jazzing up the Night at Fullerton Bay Hotel. The Night was splendid and the view was awesome with Marina Bay Sands in the background. The SCSB filled the place with jazzy tunes that makes you want to sway with those silky smooth moves of yours.
They may have been here a couple of times already, but I never got the chance to catch them – which was why i was so desperate to get my hands on a ticket after the show sold out. Thank God i managed to purchase one off a friend’s friend eventually! The venue’s Resorts… Read More
It was just one day after Blonde Redhead and I had to jump out of the indie suit into a black tee shirt and sneakers. The crowd was early, and standing for 2 hours before the show began was expected, but a lousy sound system wasnt. Nevertheless, the highlights for me was Chino’s smiling personality… Read More
So it was 15th Feb and many other concerts were going on, but the definitive indie crowd huddled together at the concert hall of the Esplanade. Thus surrounded by artistry of lights and shadows, gloom and boom of voice. Presenting Blonde Redhead at its finest.
At the same venue, but now renamed as Palace Theatre. 7 January 2011, Melbourne. I love you Interpol. Thank you wifey. Thank you Interpol for defining music for me.
It took such a long while for the crowd to warm up. Although I was at the first row, every one around me was afraid to stand up. I cannot, I simply cannot understand concerts that need people to be seated. It was only when Traceyanne said “U can stand up if you like.” then… Read More