3 live performances in Klang Valley this week, 16th March 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. DJ Geddes

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Pisco Bar, 29, Jalan Mesui, Off Jalan Nagasari

20th March 2016, 3pm

Hailing from London, Geddes is a DJ and producer who is tireless in his quest to inject freshness into his surrounding nightlife and continues to be a consistently fresh source of musical escapades. Pisco Bar will be hosting a ‘Lazy Sunday’, featuring other artists, such as Bobby Tan, Niall F, and Anthony J.

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

2. Skits


Merdekarya, 352, 1st Floor, Jalan 5/57, Petaling Garden, Section 5, 46000 Petaling Jaya

19th March 2016, 9pm

Consisting of members Brendan Teh (guitar), Eric Wong (bass), Phang (keys, synthesizer), Rashaad (drums, percussion), Skits started out as an experiment, which eventually turned into a full-fledged band. Combining their love for melody, psychedelia and films, their songs read like a summary of a forgotten film reel. Rapper and singer BL4 will also be featured that evening.


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

3. Joi Noir

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The Bee, 36B, Level G2, Publika, Solaris Dutamas

19th March 2016, 9pm

Mie (drums), Olga (vocals, bass), and Igor (guitar), make up the post-hunky punk Reinnasance band Joi Noir. Their style disseminates around rock, indie, alternative, goth, grunge, and dub.

Joi Noir produced the set themselves with additional production and mixing by Gareth Jones (Depeche Mode, Interpol) at Strongroom Studios in London and mastering by Alex Wharton (My Bloody Valentine, Radiohead) at Abbey Road Studios.

The Bee will be hosting an event, ‘A David Bowie Tribute’. Other live performances include Kyoto Protocol, Diamond Dogs, and Foxlore.

Free admission. For more information, please visit thebee.com.my.

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