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In the continued effort to showcase the emerging homegrown talents in Singapore, The Rockstar Collective (The RSC) and its affiliates DUNCE., Crüe and The People’s Association are proud to announce what could possibly be Singapore’s biggest local indie music event to date.
100 Bands Festival, happening over three consecutive weekends starting on the 7th until 22nd of June, features a plethora of musical acts ranging from indie alternative/progressive rock, to electronica such as Monster Cat, Obedient Wives Club, Tiramisu, In Each Hand A Cutlass, The Analog Girl, A Vacant Affair, Weish, 7nightsatsea, Pleasantry, and many others. The festival takes place at the old Hougang South bus interchange in Kovan. Up to 20 bands will play on each gig day and each band’s set will last about 20 to 30 minutes.
Festival-goers will also be able to peruse and purchase the work of local designers and artists, as well as band merchandise through various booths set up by the likes of Straits Records, Canopus, Dangerous Goods, and Dunce Distro. There will also be a 3-part series of discussions curated by SGMUSO. Not just that, experimental rockers sub:shaman will also premiere their neo-noir short film, Outsider., made in conjunction with their recently released EP of the same name. Read more here
Perfect activity for audiophiles of all ages. Two weekends left hence don’t miss out!
Check out the event page on Facebook for more details.
by Izyan Liyana
Photo via 100 Bands Festival