Posts Tagged Bus Company

May
12

Monash Music Festival

The Monash Music Festival (MMF) organized by Monash University Students’ Association (MUSA) is designed to develop the undiscovered talents in Monash University Sunway Campus (MUSC) and to promote them to the local music community.

Two main aims of the MMF are, to provide an engaging platform to showcase MUSC talent to the local music scene and also to expose MUSC community to Malaysia’s local acts. MMF will have performance selection ranging from rock, jazz, hip-hop and even percussion, MUSC is set to pulsate with the beats and rhythm of our local homegrown acts.

It was held at the Monash Sunway campus on the 25th of April and it started in the afternoon. We managed to get there at around 7pm, of which, Bus Company was already playing (I just missed Jin Hackman I think).

Bus Company

Dec
26

The second installment of the UOX PLAY event was held at Bukit Bintang Plaza rooftop on the 13th of December 2008. It was scheduled to start at 5pm, but only started at 6pm due to some sound check delays. Nevertheless, the event ended on time and delays between bands were kept to a minimum.

The venue was quite big, but I the stage area could have been bigger. Besides the stage area, there were of course the Celcom booths to promote their UOX product, Junk booth

Dec
11

Celcom’s University of X will be organising their second U.O.X. Play event at BB Plaza Rooftop this time on the 13th of December 2008. It will start from 5pm until midnight. There will be 2 bands from Indonesia who will be the highlight of the event, and they are The S.I.G.I.T. and White Shoes & The Couples Company (or WSTCC for short, check out our article on them previously, http://www.lifeinkl.com/2008/05/19/white-shoes-and-the-couples-company/).

Besides the 2 invited bands, our local bands will be performing as well. Bands include Bittersweet, Butterfingers, Bunkface, Stonebay, Bus Company, Tempered Mental, Seven, Laila’s Lounge

Jul
21

The first show for the Stereopath event series that night consisted of Bus Company, John’s Mistress and Deja Voodoo Spells. As it was for the Stereopath event, it was also the first major gig for Bus Company. John’s Mistress will be playing for the second time in Laundry, the first time being just a couple of weeks back.

The night started at 10pm as usual, and there was a slight crowd at the venue. Not jam packed, but just nice. Not enough to fill the front of the stage though. Bus Company had the first slot and performed a really solid set. The lead vocalist (and guitarist) has great showmanship

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