The WireVision Gig Guide is back to let you hear and see the mighty healthy state of Singapore’s alternative music scene. What a month it has been and this fifth weekend is no different with Sunday leading into the first day of July. 72 hours of time flies by quickly when there are a lot of great quality music events around doesn’t it?
Saturday 30th June 5PM to 6PM – OutIn 007: Intriguant (Live)One of Singapore’s leading electronic & beat producers, Intriguant plays live at the cosy & whiskey-tasting conducive space of The Analog Room by The Analog Vault. On the menu for this live set will include tracks from his full length debut from 2017 titled Recluse. With recent collaborative visual shows such as Temporal & iLight Marina Bay done and dusted, the producer is tipped to include some new and inspired material.
Entry is free and complimentary drinks will be served during the one hour live set, so be on time!
Saturday 30th June 10PM Onwards – Council Saturdays: Darker Than Wax ft. Funk Bast*rd, FZPZ & Kaye
Darker Than Wax needs no introduction but their presence at Headquarters’ Upstairs needs a shout. Regular features of the label’s Singaporean DJ roster at this venue’s room number two has steadily been garnering attention for their consistent rotation and persistent grooves in classic House, Disco and various afro-beat influenced styles. This session sees Funk Bast*rd, Kaye and the wondrously gifted beat maker FZPZ (officially DTW) prepared to deliver pure vibes for the intimate dance floor. They move, you move.
Cover charge is $15 all night & entry is prohibited after 2.30AM if you have no stamp.
Dub Skank’in Hifi celebrates Reggae Day this year at the under-to-middle-ground venue Canvas, with an afternoon and evening full of activities and entertainment. Other than DJ sets by Rumshot, Ras Irie, Baba, Me.Layan and Twinhead, entertainment includes live sets by 30-year experienced and internationally acclaimed guitairist and loop master Randolf Arriola, as well as Jerome Truman who is a Canadian singer of stories with a musical back drop influenced by Roots Reggae, Dub, Funk and Blues.
Caribbean inspired food can be bought during this day of Reggae alongside an art & craft market that includes sales of vinyl records by Straits Records as well as Bamboo Straws Worldwide – a 100% natural alternative to plastic straws. More stores to be announced for you to browse through as you dub out to some irie vibes on a Sunday. Entry is free and all are welcome!