At the Bund
Along the main street
At the Bund
Along the main street
DREAM LAB was an interactive installation where the audience participates in the creative process, contributing words and ideas that are transformed into digital graphics, video, and electronic music, interspersed with evocative sounds and visuals, to draw out the dreams that lie inside all of us.
DREAM LAB was presented at the NUS Arts Festival 2018 at the National University of Singapore University Cultural Centre (NUS UCC) by LAB RATS featuring COSMIC ARMCHAIR (www.cosmicarmchair.com) OCEANS CHILDREN, JAY LIM and LIZ GOH.
LAB RATS is a collective of electronic musicians and artists who are alumni of the Electronic Music Lab at NUS Centre For the Arts, including Cosmic Armchair and Ocean’s Children. LabRats’ projects span the range of electronic music from accessible to experimental, synthesizing the diverse talents of collective members. Visit www.labratsmusic.com for more info, music and video.
Returning to more dancefloor oriented sounds with our new electro dance EP CANNONBALLS, including our full-frontal Club Mix, and an echoing industrial body pop mix by labelmate Avarice In Audio. Last but not least, hard trance Singapore producer Axiam produces an extended hammering mix of “Fly Away”.
Stream it or buy it at http://smarturl.it/cosmiccannonballs
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VALENTINE is our moody synthpop EP featuring ultrapop/kawaii remix by Yoshino Yoshikawa (Tokyo) and future bass remix by Brannlum (Singapore) and the acoustic piano version of FALLING with acclaimed arranger Bang Wenfu. You can buy or stream VALENTINE on iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, BandCamp, Amazon, and more, with this link smarturl.it/cosmicvalentine
And here’s the full music video featuring the dance talents of MarLin (Marcus Leong: http://instagram.com/monkcus_ and Toh Hui Lin: http://instagram.com/huilinception) and produced by Producer: Cosmic Armchair & Red String Video http://redstringvideo.co/; Director/Editor: Why Keen http://instagram.com/whykeen; with Hair, Makeup and Wardrobe by Norehan Fong https://www.instagram.com/mamafong/ and filmed at the historic Beaulieu House http://www.beaulieuhouse.com.sg/
Our FALLING EP features the original synthpop version, dark electronica remixes by 【 btcprox 】 and a future bass remix by Jeff Hue. You can buy or stream FALLING on iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, BandCamp, Amazon, and more, with this link: http://smarturl.it/c0z135
Our new album CONTACT has launched! Featuring brand new songs – some that you’ve heard ‘live’ at our shows, some that have never been performed – Contact is available on CD and as a download.
We’ll be playing ‘live’ at Esplanade Concourse 6 & 7 Jun 2018 (Wed & Thu)
6.45pm & 7.45pm (30 min shows)
At this performance, we’re introducing new original electronic songs while generating live animated images from different characteristics of their music. We then invites the audience to participate in the creative process by creating collaborative artworks inspired by the music!
We’re glad to be back at The Esplanade Concourse, one of our favourite places to perform
Many thanks to Bloodlit Radio for featuring our song CANNONBALLS (Avarice in Audio Mix) on their live radio broadcast and placing it on heavy rotation at Bloodlit Radio!
The show featuring the song is available on Youtube:
And also on Mixcloud
www.BloodlitRadio.com plays latest underground club tracks from the Industrial, Gothic, EBM, Dark Electro, Synthpop and Darkwave realms – listen to the LIVE! 2 hour broadcast which is entitled “In The Bloodlit Dark” every Sunday at (12pm Toronto / 6pm Germany) with Dj Father CoVen.
The full track list for this broadcast:
BAND – TRACK – ALBUM
01. Binary Park – Your Own Great Nation – Life On Lines
02. Vore Aurora – Hollow Point – Eidolon
03. Plastic Autumn – No More Lies – No More Lies EP
04. Cosmic Armchair – Cannonballs (Avarice In Audio Mix) – Cannonballs EP
05. Cryo – Control (Iambia Mix) – Control EP
06. Deflexity – Moth Cemetary – Ghosts
07. Dicepeople – Control (Feat. The Brooklyn Foundation) (Trump 45 Mix) – Control EP
08. Finkseye – Shut It Down – Under A Godless Sky
09. Monochrome – Freiheit (Thermical Mix) – Freiheit EP
10. Selofan – Ist Die Liebe Tot – Vitrioli
11. Biogenetik – Unholy – The New Plague
12. Formato Negativo – Who Are You? – Who Are You? EP
13. Wolfchild – Lone Wolf – Lone Wolf EP
14. Cold Drive – Against It – Reborn As Demon
15. Entropia Psicotica – Dulce Angel – Painting The New World
16. 3Teeth & HO99O9 – Lights Out – Lights Out EP
17. Crematory – Salvation – Oblivion
18. Schattenmann – Licht An – Licht An
19. Matt Hart – Systematic Regression – Chaos Rising 2 EP
20. T-Error Machinez – Biological Pharmacode – The War Of The Valkyries (Reworked)
21. NINA – 80’s Girl – Sleepwalking
22. Rose McGowan – Sirene – Planet 9
23. Nightrun87 – The Light Of Your Heart – The Destroyers Are Coming
24. Liste Noire – For What It’s Worth – For What It’s Worth EP
25. Xenia Beliayeva – Because – Riss
Thank you Side-Line Magazine for the review on Dec 14, 2016
The band is already very well established in Asia through numerous live performances, radio and TV shows and various international collaborations, proving that not only Scandinavian acts can produce slick electro pop.
And also for the review on September 27, 2017
Female fronted electropop act Cosmic Armchair finally have their debut album ready: ‘Contact’ … The female fronted duo offers a very clean electropop which will please those into the sound of Technoir and related.
Thanks to veteran music reviewer Chris Toh for listing us in his article on January 4th, 2016.
Formed by husband-and-wife duo of Cosmic Ben and Jane, this electronica outfit released their first EP Marching Of The Days in 2009 and have since followed up with tracks such as Just One Look, I Don’t Belong Here and Take You Home. Their music has been compared to St Etienne and Goldfrapp, and they’ve been hailed not just in Singapore but in international waters as well, by the likes of Side-Line magazine, neodiscotheque.com and synth.nu.
Check out the sounds of Singa-pop. According to veteran music journalist Chris Toh, in his article dated Jun 16, 2015,
There’s no finer time for fans who want to lap up music made in Singapore
Thank you Chris for the support and for reviewing the Singapore National Day compilation that we appeared on. Full article here.