Don’t miss out on Music@Empress this month!
Enjoy live music as you chill with friends and family, against the beautiful backdrop of the Victoria Theatre, right in the heart of the Civic District!
The next Music@Empress will be held on:
Date: 31 December 2017
Time: 6pm – 7.30pm
Venue: Civic District Singapore
Round up 2017 with hits from M1LDL1FE, 53A, and Lorong Boys at Civic District’s Empress Lawn on 31 December. The party starts at 6pm!
M1ldl1fe – Formerly known as Take Two, M1LDL1FE cuts across the indie-pop grain, weaving together lush electronic textures and eclectic dance grooves into the pop sensibilities of guitar-driven indie music of the early 2000s. They debuted their first EP, “PAIRS” in 2015, receiving critical acclaim from the local press and were slated to be “one of the most exhilarating new acts to emerge from the burgeoning indie-pop scene”. In 2017, following the departure of guitarist Johnathan Lim, the quartet rechristened themselves M1LDL1FE. Armed with a fresh and grittier sonic palette, the band released their eponymous EP in July.
53A – One of Singapore’s most prominent cover bands featuring a dynamic young crew of talented and versatile music performers from diverse backgrounds, all of whom are well-tenured in the local ‘live’ music scene. The aggregation of their professional experience and infectious personalities has resulted in a distinct 53A charm, which has made the band a hot favourite at ‘live’ music venues across the island. 53A’s original album ‘Settle the Kettle’ debuted in 2010 and received positive reviews in TODAY, The Business Times and TIME Magazine. Their biggest accolade till date, is being the feature act for the National Day Parade 2016 – SG51. The band performed their signature NDP Medley and the 2016 NDP theme song, “Tomorrow’s Here Today.”
Lorong Boys – The Lorong Boys are 5 award – winning Singaporean musicians who are equally comfortable playing on the hallowed stage of the concert hall as they are on the streets of the heartland. Founded in 2014 while they were all schoolmates at the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music (NUS), this quintet was born out of a deep friendship and a shared love for music.
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