You’ve got to hand it over to the guys from Moonbeats Asia. After bringing in a slew of revered electronic acts such as Panama, Com Truise, Faris Badwan of The Horrors and Giraffage, the concert promoter has recently announced their very first warehouse party and mini-festival, which will be happening on 16th April.

Held at a spanking new location at Studio Point, 158 Kallang Way, the mini-festival will feature the likes of Canadian indie beatsmith Ryan Hemsworth (no relation to Chris Hemsworth), Moonbeats Alumnus Slow Magic, new Mad Descent chillwave signing Myrne, London-based Singaporean producer et aliae, Attagirl affiliate DuriO and newcomer team cake.

The festival echoes the likes of other warehouse projects, such as last year’s The Henderson Project, and 2013’s widely-attended Super 0.

Tickets are available for purchase at $70 at, or $240 for a group package of 4 tickets.

Be sure to turn up in your Superga kicks to get a free drink before midnight!


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Ryan Hemsworth

The widely sought-after Canadian producer has been one of chillwave’s hottest commodities, with the ethereal beatsmith completely reworking tunes like Grimes’ “Genesis”, Frank Ocean’s “Thinkin’ Bout You”, and Future’s “Turn on the lights”. Be sure to watch out for plenty of hip-hop re-works and remixes during his set, ranging from rap greats like Waka Flocka Flame, to Danny Brown – to the OG himself – Kanye West.


We’ve been raving about local born-and-bred producer Myrne for some time now, and the Mad Descent signing (yes, Diplo’s label) is making mad waves with his chilled-out, electronic/trap-infused, zen-like beats. For those clamouring to hear tunes from much-revered EP Softsins, heres your chance to hear one of 2015’s best rated tunes. Check him out!


Event Details: 

Where: Studio Point, 158 Kallang Way, Singapore 349245

When: 16 April 2016, Saturday

Time: 9pm-Late

Ticket Pricing: Standard Ticket,  $70, $240 for a group package of 4 tickets


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