Despite GTA’s wild, unpredictable sets, everything the duo does – both on stage and in the studio – is unified by a simple mission statement - Death To Genres. The duo’s openmindedness is closely tied to their Miami roots, as they were exposed to urban, electronic rock and Latin sounds in equal measure. Promoting their genrefree ethos, Toth and Mejia have become bona fide tastemakers to fans and fellow artists alike, proving that 'dance music' is best defined as whatever makes you move. Whether you prefer to say the powerhouse duo is killing genres or creating their own, one thing is clear - GTA is on a bold musical mission, and they’re taking them along for the ride.
Victor Simonelli's name is synonymous with the cutting edge of the Dance Music scene. Simonelli is one of the New York’s finest and most prolific DJ's. He was also one of the early pioneers of the unique NYC underground dance music movement that has now become a phenomenon it its own right and religiously followed by the clubbing faithful the world over. A producer/re-mixer, song writer, record label owner, and highly sought after DJ, are just four facets of this multi-‐talented young man. His discography of production, writing. mixing and editing credits reads like a Who's Who!
These boots were made for hopping in zero gravity. Moon Boots entered the world in the mid1980s via Cape Canaveral. After years of service as the preferred footwear of celebrity astronauts (notably Tom Hanks), Moon Boots came to life during a classified experiment aboard the International Space Station. Little is known of what actually transpired aboard the shuttle, but in short, Moon Boots became a sentient creature, equipped with reason, intuition, and groove. Before long, he grew tired of working for the spacemilitaryindustrial complex and found solace in the soothing sounds of underground disco and R&B boogie records. He knew it was only of matter of time before he was hung up like so many boots before him. He abandoned the program and used his savings to build a musicproduction studio in an unnamed U.S. location, where he is currently working.
Zouk parties to celebrate women, where various female DJs will take over the consoles for the night showcasing diverse and eclectic selections from the chest of electronic music. The party this night will feature talented ladies Jaydah and Prema hot off the local electronic music scene.
This special mini-concert presented by the Malay Heritage Centre (MHC) pays tribute to the most exciting period in Singapore’s local music history – the 1960s! Celebrate the legacies of bands such as The Swallows, The Siglap Five and The Quests, and learn how they left a deep impression on local independent musicians today. Local indie heroes The Pinholes, The Voodoo Sound and Lion City Ska Jazz Ensemble will also get you grooving for a rollicking night of fun at Bussorah Street.
SCO’s popular annual Mother’s Day Concert returns this May with a night of heartwarming Chinese orchestral music dedicated to all mothers. Featuring SCO’s musicians including dizi Principal Yin Zhi Yang, yangqin Principal Qu Jian Qing, erhu Associate Principal Ling Hock Siang and guzhen musician Xu Hui, this concert promises an unforgettable Mother’s Day.
Back in 1989, on the scorching French Riviera, Nicolas Masseyeffʼs long affection for electronic music first began. After that first kiss, then the man spent 15 years in his hometown as a record dealer, before buying his own outlet, Limelight, and turning it into the most respected record store in the whole of Southern France.
The Fullerton Heritage debuts with a music extravaganza presented by critically-acclaimed TENG ENSEMBLE entitled Where the River Always Flows. Free for public enjoyment, the outdoor performance is held at the historic Fullerton Square, known as Mile Zero of Singapore; a riveting spot where political rallies once took centre stage. TENG’s repertoire will include reinvented versions of well-loved folk songs such as Munnaeru Vaalibaa and Chan Mali Chan on traditional Chinese instruments and modern