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Band Lunarin

Album Review | Lunarin: The Midas Sessions

Sometimes, the best-laid plans go to waste. While other times, it is the unplanned that creates the most poignant magic. We’d like to think Lunarin’s latest acoustic effort, The Midas Sessions, falls into the latter category.  Originally intended to be a short EP consisting B-sides, the fact that the record has bloomed into a full-length…

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Fred Perry Subculture – The Perfect Fifth @ Zouk

Fred Perry’s Subculture celebrated its fifth and last gig of 2011 on 18 November and ended on nothing short of an euphoric high with a turnout of 700 guests at Zouk. Indie-loving rockers trotted down for a music fix by Plainsunset, We The Thousands, The Lost Hat and Poptart, supported with visuals by Syndicate.- –Ice-Cream…

Band To Watch Out For: Graffiti6

I enjoy discovering new music from time to time and this band that i’m going to unveil is so good (in my point of view) that it will be such a waste if i don’t share it with my Popspoken readers! Introducing Graffiti6, a duo from London who began collaborating since 2008. Graffiti6 is made…

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Band You Must Know: Slow Club

Slow Club is indie folk duo from Sheffield, England. The pair is made out of Charles Watson (vocals and guitar) and Rebecca Taylor (vocals, guitar and percussion). The couple currently only has 1 album, Yeah So, released in the July of 2009 and another album, Paradise, planned to hit the record stores September this year.…

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Inch Chua Rants About Lack of Support for Local Music

At Popspoken, there are times when we rely too heavily on international entertainment. We know there is local buzz and we sure as hell do all we can to promote it though. However, it looks like singer/songwriter Inch Chua has had enough about Singaporeans’ attitudes towards local music. In a public Facebook note published on…