Here’s a list of shows we feel you should head out to in Klang Valley and other states in Malaysia, not affected by the GST implementation.
Merdekarya Live in April | Free Entry
Merdekarya continues their resident program by dedicating their Wednesdays – Saturdays with a permanent act throughout the month. One of Malaysia’s now veteran folk / singer-songwriter, Azmyl Yunor, will be going through his set every Thursday this month.
Wednesday (1 April)
Tucked into the bustling heart of Changkat Bukit Bintang, Pisco bar will be hosting electronica duo Pastel Lite at their venue, alongside Sid Murshid, Loong (UK) and Nicolai (DK).
Saturday (4 March)
Never exchanged for the real but exchanged for itself | A solo exhibition by Clara Cortes (Spain)
Head on down to FINDARS this saturday for the opening reception for Spanish visual artist, Clara Cores’ solo exhibition, with experimental music performances by Yong Yandsen, Kok Siew Wai, Ronnie Khoo (of Furniture), Goh Lee Kwang, and Sudarshan Chandra Kumar.
Sunday (5 March)
Bil Musa EP Launch | RM 30 (with Physical EP)
A signee of local record label, Yuna Room Records, the rising singer-songwriter, Bil Musa, will be launching her self-titled EP this Sunday at The Bee in Publika.
Wednesday (1 April)
Senandung Punx Borneo Tour | Soundmaker Studio, Penang | RM12
Marjinal influenced Kota Kinabalu based political punk band, touring band Condamn The Corruptor, will be heading out to Soundmaker Studio in Penang, alongside d-beat punks from Kuching, Pig Krust.
Friday (3 April)
The Key Opening Series | The Key studio, Cheng, Melaka | RM15
Melaka based music promoters, Crude Collective, will be launching their new space, The Key, this weekend, and will host an opening gig with the likes of The Venopian Solitude (currently on their national promo tour), Sarawakian grindcore outfit, Bronco Buster, and many more.
Saturday (4 April)
Lari Lompat Lompat Lari | Soundmaker Studio, Penang | RM15
Nyaring records will be extending their Lari Lompat Lompat Lari tour series to Penang this weekend featuring the likes of Johorean ska punk legends Plague of Happiness, Johny Comes Lately, Weotskam, and Brayok.