Do check out Laundry Bar this Thursday night (11 December 2008) for some Moonshine goodness. The event will start at 9.30pm and admission is free. The line up is really interesting indeed, featuring artists from all over the globe, and our very own included as well. Emmet (vocalist of Butterfingers) will be performing a solo acoustic set. Heck, how can you miss that?
Deb Fung & Alarice (Aus)
Jack & Rai (Sg)
For more information, head to http://moonshinekl.blogspot.com/
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
It’s a bit late to post this flyer, but I will do it anyway. John’s Mistress are playing again, but the headliner would be Deja Voodoo Spells!
Will check it out and see if Deja Voodoo will play any new material from their upcoming album.
So it’s been a while since we’ve (that is kenchill, ah_mei and I) been to Laundry bar for live music, so we thought what the heck, let’s go and check out Moonshine.
Moonshine is a show organized by Reza Salleh and is held on every second Thursday of the month at Laundry Bar at the Curve. The event started at 9:45pm but kenchill and ah_mei were a little bit late no thanks to a stopover at Shiok Toys (LG, Cineleisure) to collect some McFarlane Halo 3 Master Chief figures.
The bands slated to perform this time around were Forty Winks, Reza Salleh, FLU and John’s Mistress.