On Saturday 19 August we’ll be showcasing our new album CONTACT at Kent Ridge Alumni Family Day, NUS’ annual homecoming to welcome alumni, students, faculty, staff and their families back to Kent Ridge Campus. We’re performing with Brannlum on keyboards and Kids with Laptops on visuals.
More about the event –
Held at the University Town, participants will get a glimpse of modern campus life, enjoy carnival activities, network with students and alumni at the Faculty booths and be entertained by stage performances by fellow alumni. The festivities will culminate in the largest outdoor movie screening on campus of a popular animated film, Trolls.
Saturday, 19 August 2017
5.00pm – 9.30pm (our showcase starts 7.30 pm)
Colourful and Casual!
Stephen Riady Centre
Education Resource Centre
· Festival Drummers comprising members of the NUS Alumni Orchestra and
NUS Wind Symphony
· TO Ensemble
Alumni Art Exhibition
Alumni-Students Volleyball Challenge
Student Life Fair
Battle of theAlumNUSFoodpreneurs
Faculty Networking Booths
· Jonathan Leong & Pennylane featuring Stasha Wong
· Kapap / Modern Street Combatives Self-Defence Demonstration
You might recognize our remix if you’ve been to ActiveSG aerobics workouts at the community centre, or warming up with the Junior NBA – it’s our dance version of the National Day Parade Song, Because it’s Singapore, which was written and sung by our friend Jay Lim. Well, don’t just sit there listening, get Active! 🙂
On the afternoon 4th March 2017 City Music (Singapore) kindly invited us to their showroom as part of their City Music Live series, where we performed old favourites and previously unreleased songs, and answering audience questions about songwriting, sound design, arrangement, production and working with international labels.
Everyone who came also enjoyed 15% store-wide discount after the show!
Here’s a Facebook Live video recording from the show, courtesy of our hosts and synth sponsors City Music – our finale song, I Don’t Belong Here.
If you’ve never watched Cobalt Bomb alpha Omega and Ai*Madonna before, they have to be seen and heard to be believed – combining large format live painting with digital video effects and blending music videos that can span Bollywood, J-Pop, Disco, Eastern European rap, Euro-dance and classic rave.