September was super crazy busy fun…with a string of gigs lined up quite unexpectedly and an impulsive KL trip to catch 12th Planet in action. So, I’m catching up on updates now and gonna post whatever that were supposed to be up here last month, especially for peeps who doesn’t follow me on twitter or facebook!
Hmm, Oct isn’t going to get any slower. I’m involved in the FFF Girl DJ Bootcamp. If you picked up a copy of Ziggy magazine (Sept 2012), we are on page 40 - 41. I’m easy to spot with the hat and Nirvana top.
Along with other Singaporean producers, one of my production work was played at this special Lush 99.5 FM edition of Clubscape, broadcasted at the International Radio Festival in Zurich. Good thing that the show is archived on mixcloud. If you wonder which of my tunes is on the playlist, it appears around 1:38:32.
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The design that Trase One did for 1st Anniversary bash went down well. I still have party-goers of that night coming up to me and shared how much they love the idea. Initially, we were exploring the possibility of his design on tees. In the end, we decided having it on party spray cans which were then given out to the people on the floor.
I also did a mixset which was supposed to be for Sonar radio. It was kind of a late submission, so didn’t make it to the broadcast. Hence I put up the hour-long set on Mixcloud for those who dig what I usually play from early to the peak hours of the night at my monthly residency in the club.
A Taste of Lush (ATOL) on Clubscape is a radio segment hosted by X’Ho. This was also my first time getting interviewed and then jammed with a musician on national radio. It was a lot of fun to be accompanied by Hafez Masterpiece who blended his vocals & effects to my set while I dropped tunes. For those who miss the show, the set will be posted up on Mixcloud once I get hold of the recording.
Another good piece of news to share is my bi-monthly Lush Mix line-up for the station. This is another great avenue to push for the post dubstep or future garage side of things to the listeners out there.
Shared my story as a bass head in the second edition of the CLEF.SG magazine. As always, it’s good to see publication delivering content on local music-makers, creative individuals and events. From tracing the rise of Singapore Bass music movement to featuring regional bands /performers, this is another issue that does not disappoint!