For over seven years now, I/Am/Rain has been Kuala Lumpur’s answer to post-hardcore with a twist of midwestern indie.
Kuala Pilah born Pusher has chanted such slogans for over a decade now – in form of ear-crunching reggae infused street punk.
Not the baddest, but certainly the naughtiest of ‘rascals’ armed with instruments, ready to hit the consensual age with a rampage.
Originally from Singapore, the band’s influence can be derived from a wide range of genres, from funk to soul to punk.
Originally from Kota Kinabalu, Jerome Kugan, a poet, singer songwriter and gig organiser, started to actively play music in the local circuit back in 2000, after returning from Australia and relocating to KL
As with a whole lot of things here in KL, we discovered Diandra Arjunaidi through word of mouth. This 18 year old bedroom songstress uploaded some covers on Youtube, and that got digested pretty well by a lot of people.
This session, shot at Rimbun Dahan, features Tenderfist. Having played the singer songwriter circuit for a bit, they are now back with their full lineup and with their blend of down tempo pop and heartfelt songwriting, Tenderfist is definitely a band to watch in the near future.
Loud, crazy and addictively melodious, Bunkface is a group of talented kids who, besides making excellent pop punk music, sets out to have all the fun that they can possibly have while they are at it.
Post-rock quartet Deepset resonates an emotionally moving blend of harmonic phase and sonic beauty with mesmerizing echoes of weeping and soaring guitars that are both mind-blowing and haunting.