Here’s a list of gigs happening this week in Klang Valley that you should check out.
Thursday (19 March)
The Rock Show | Free Entry
Laundry continues their series of events with An Honest Mistake Records with a show featuring Kelvyn Yeang, Black Lightbulb, AVG, and grunge outfit, Nervedeless.
Friday (20 March)
Hidden from sight and tucked into the basement of Bangunan Ming & Annexe in Jalan Bukit Nanas in Kuala Lumpur, Under9 in collaboration with Black 808 will be hosting a DJ set by Perera Elsewhere, as part of her Southeast Asian tour, alongside Cee (Detour Asia), Axel Groove, and Moslem Priest.
Serious Play Improv Lab (SPIL 10) | Admission by suggested donation of RM20
FINDARS has been championing experimental and improvisational music since they opened their doors a while back, and has since been the space to visit for fans of the genre. This week, they will be presenting Serious Play Improv Lab (SPIL 010), featuring Vietnamese electroacoustic musician, Luong Hue Trinh, alongside Goh Lee Kwang, Sudarshan Chandra Kumar, Yong Yandsen, and Kok Siew Wai.
Proclamation of The Governor of Reggae | RM15
Held at Bangsar’s long standing neighborhood pub, Dinty’s on Jalan Telawi will be the stage for a night of 45s and 33s by Chuck Dat, Edy J (of Aggrobeats), Neats, Joe PV, and Zam Kalypso. It’s been a while since anything good happened in Bangsar, so we’re looking forward to this one.
Saturday (21 March)
Hosted at Rumah Api and presented by Nyaring Records, Lari Lompat Lompat Lari (Serang Kolumpo) is set to feature the likes of Johorean ska kings, Plague Of Happiness, Johny Comes Lately, The Full Pledge Munkees, and more.
Tres Empre “Antagonist” Showcase | Free Entry
Presented by Macbeth Malaysia and Intrude Records, KL’s premiere metalcore act will be hosting a showcase at Blackbox in Publika, Kuala Lumpur, and will feature guests such as Reach For The Skies, Eat Shit And Die, Kids On The Move, and Love Me Butch.
Sunday (22 March)
OJ Law “Let’s Be Adult” Album Launch | Free Entry
KL based indie muso, OJ Law, will be releasing his highly anticipated new album, “Let’s Be Adult”, this Sunday at The Bee in Publika, with opening bands Pastel Lite and Trifecta.