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.
In celebration of Singapore’s 50th year, record label S2S has released State of Rock, a compilation of music from 30 local artistes in partnership with audio maker Klipsch.
After “5 years of blood, sweat and tears”, local “oriental metal” band Across the Abyss has launched their debut album, Silhouettes of a Perfect World, the band’s first, and highly ambitious attempt to marry oriental and occidental sounds.
Sold-out concerts, exorbitant ticket prices, and fan girls staking out at hotels and airports.
A common occurrence in reaction to internationally-renowned acts coming to Singapore, and something thoroughly unfamiliar to local artistes (at least not while they’re here).
Those unfamiliar with the local music scene must be wondering why we’re talking about this; is following local music worth it?
Our answer? An unwavering yes (or “duh!” in Denise’s case). We give you five perks of local music.