Weekend Guide

TGIF!: Your weekend guide (7-9 Feb 2014)

By Anjali RaguramanEvents - 07 February 2014 12:00 AM | Updated 2:57 PM

TGIF!: Your weekend guide (7-9 Feb 2014)

‘SOUND: Latitudes and Attitudes’ brings together the work of seventeen artists in Singapore (including The Observatory, Gulayu Arkestra and Zai Tang) who share the use of sound as a medium and as a subject. The exhibition features works by everyone from musicians and composers, to visual and performance artists. Expect curated listening stations, a series of changing installations, performances, sound scores and an archive.

As the curators Bani Haykal and Joleen Loh put it, “it is an invitation to engage with the openness of sound at its most social, spatial, and corporeal.” Explore the exhibition this weekend, but check back for details on live performances and new installations on Wednesdays (starting 19 February). 

KidsFest 2014 continues this weekend with ‘Horrible Histories: Awful Egyptians’ (recommended for children 7 and above) and ‘The Boy Who Cried Wolf’ (for children aged 3 and above). These are the last few performances of the festival, so be sure to catch them.

How often do you get to hear an entire albumplayed live? This Saturday, bona fide Singapore rockers PLAINSUNSET celebrate the 10th anniversary of their 2003 release, ‘THE GIFT’, by playing the album in its entirety.Limited edition collector’s vinyls and cassettes will also be in sale to celebrate the night. For one night only at TAB.

Preview songs off PLAINSUNSET's 'The Gift' here:

Not forgetting the parties, it’s the inaugural edition of ‘Primal’ at Gem Bar II, which promises a night of beats, bass and cheap thrills.  Escobar, Doomer and Kane MC will be on hand.

It's the first Friday of the month, which means 'Good Times' at Blu Jaz Cafe is on. As always, expecy old school hip-hop, drum 'n' bass, dubstep and everyting in between. Entry is free and drinks are cheap- what more reason do you need?

Globe-trotting, Tokyo-based DJ Das Moth (real name Timothy Sullivan), is making his way to Singapore by way of The Powder Room at The Black Swan. The dead ringer for Ryan Gosling will have you grooving to his “esoteric, atmospheric, erotic and creamy post-disco" in no time. More details here.  

For more ideas on more things to do this weekend, don’t forget to check out our comprehensive events calendar. Have a great weekend and see you back here next week.