3 live performances in Klang Valley this week, 23rd February 2016

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Every week we’ll be bringing you the best of the Malaysian music scene. Keep your finger on the pulse with this rundown of three live acts performing in Klang Valley in the next few days.

1. Fook

fook of bassment syndicate

No Black Tie, 17, Jalan Nagasari & Jalan Mesui, Bukit Bintang

26th & 27th February 2016, 10pm

‘Fook’ Koh Keng Hui is the bass wiz of Bassment Syndicate. He believes that communicative story telling is essential to great music making.  Inspired by the rich musical and cultural traditions of New Orleans, Fook loves the passion with which Bassment Syndicate explores expanding musical possibilities.

Hosted by No Black Tie, ‘Shakeyshakey’ is Fook’s latest musical escape which brings together Solomon Dorsey, Hiran Benton, Derrick Siow and Najwa.

RM50 admission. For more information, please visit the event’s Facebook page.

2. Rozella


Laundry Bar, Lot 72, Ground Floor, The Curve, Mutiara Damansara, 47800 Petaling Jaya

25th February 2016, 9pm


Hailing from Sabah, Rozella is an electro-indie songstress who uses her music to tell stories that are close to her heart. Her fear of the spotlight kept her from pursuing a career in music, but in 2013, she decided it was about time she shared her gift with the world.

Rozella has written the theme song for Walk for Autism Sabah and wrote the soundtrack to two of the productions by the Green Leaf Theatre House. ‘Asian Connection’, hosted by Laundry Bar, will not only feature Rozella, but also Jack and Rai, Ariff AB and Daniel C.

Free admission. For more information, please visit the event’s Facebook page.

3. Square Circles

square circles

Gaslight Cafe & Music, Unti 15-2, Jalan Medan Setia 1, Plaza Damansara

25th February 2016, 8.30pm

Square Circles, consisting of Sujesh (lead vocals and acoustic guitar), Lohan (lead guitar and backing vocals), Wong (percussion, harmonica, keys, and backing vocals), Krishna (cajon), and Eu Gene (bass), was formed in late 2008. The country’s unique social flavour influenced the band’s lyrical approach, which varies between contemplative and tongue-in-cheek.

The band gigged with its original songs at various Klang Valley venues, and performed at the Penang Island Jazz Festival in late 2009, and the KL International Jazz Festival.

Free admission. For more information, please visit the event’s Facebook page.

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