If you love the idea of combining yoga with music, Bliss Out 2015 is just the event for you! MOSHIN’ has four tickets to give away each worth S$110.
Ever wanted to watch the original Queen live? For three days in June at a cost of $25 you can lap up every moment of their 1981 Montreal concert remastered with surround sound.
We’re admittedly a bit late to the party, what with us being on hiatus and all. But even in the middle of a disappearing act it’s a little bit difficult to ignore Joel Tan, especially with a moniker like Gentle Bones (we embarrassingly mixed him up with Chris Jones of These Brittle Bones when he first came to our attention).
So… here we go again!
I remember reviving MOSHIN’ for the first time in May two years ago and all the excitement that brought to us. I remember that moving to a new format helped to change the way we did things and made us a little bit more sustainable. Then I remember starting university and getting busy.
In many ways, the ups and downs, hiatuses and revivals that we’ve experienced in the last three years of MOSHIN’ (*gasp* three years already?!) is quite characteristic of our local music scene. Unfortunately, many of our local musicians can’t pursue music as a career, and perhaps in our fledgling industry it’s pretty difficult to.
Today is a pretty momentous day by most standards. Just hours ago the American people exercised their democracy model in the polling stations and soon we’ll find out whether the world’s most powerful nation is getting a new President (Update: President Obama’s back for a second term!).
We at MOSHIN’ also recognise the power of the people, especially in a music industry such as ours. This issue we take a look at the importance of public support in crowdfunding, and talk to the musicians who have embraced this method to fund their albums.