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Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Sheer brilliance! Get ready to have your mind blown, because this is an acapella like
you’ve never seen or heard before: A rock cappella, where four singers
go all out, personifying the rock gods of yore.
There is no escape from K-Pop. This time super group BigBang, consisting of G-Dragon, Taeyang, TOP, Seungri
and Daesung, known for their unique urban orientated beats and fashion
style and often credited to shaping hip-hop, R&B and the electronic
music scene across Asia, will bring down the house at Stadium Merdeka at the end of this
month in a show that will leave the masses in awe. Prepare to be blown
away Korean style.
Voice Independent Music Awards (VIMA) 2013 is now officially calling for
submissions and the closing date is Nov 2 this year.
Considered the most
important and anticipated indie music award in the region, the awards platform
has grown from strength to strength and now recognizes independent and unsigned
musicians from four countries, namely, Malaysia, Indonesia,
Singapore and Brunei.
Frigglive is excited because it's Editor Dave Avran is one of the local judges so watch out for our notorious behind-the-scenes reviews.
The inaugural festival made its
debut in 2011. Langkawi Live – One Earth Music Festival 2012 to be staged over
the weekend of November 2nd and 3rd 2012 will include an exciting list of the
region’s most exciting musicians.
Malaysian jazz pianist Michael
Veerapen will feature together with several other established and rising
Malaysian stars including Reza Salleh, Liyana Fizi, Poova and Amir Yussof
(Sabah) as well as Saxman Koh (Thailand), the Langkawi-assembled Panji Warisan and
the Langkawi Love Band.
The festival setting is the
picturesque beachfront of the Frangipani Langkawi Resort & Spa with the
music timed to start each evening just as the sun sets. The atmosphere will get
a little livelier each evening with DJs on the beach after 11pm.
In addition to the music the
festival aims to promote Langkawi internationally as an eco-friendly holiday
destination and to encourage the local community to keep the island clean and
green. The festival’s eco-theme this year is the Rivers Project which is a
programme to keep Langkawi’s rivers clean. Activities focussed on protecting
the environment will be organised throughout the day.
Sarawak Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SSPCA) celebrated its
50th anniversary in style with a gala charity dinner on October 5th and a sold
out free standing one-night music festival on Oct 6th. Both events were held at
the Borneo Convention Centre Kuching (BCCK).
festival is a celebration of music, creating awareness about the plight of
animals and raising funds for the construction of a new shelter for SSPCA’s
rescued, abandoned and unwanted animals.
featured an evening of artistes, performers and stand-up comedians from
Malaysia, Thailand, Australia, Mexico and Spain, while the music genres ranged
from pop to jazz, blues, rock and world music.