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. Ray Cheong
Laundry Bar, Lot 72, Ground Floor, The Curve, Mutiara Damansara, 47800 Petaling Jaya
25th March 2016, 7.30pm
Ray is a singer-songwriter and guitarist and had started writing and performing his own tunes in 2008. His style revolves around jazz, folk, blues, rock, soul and funk. He has performed in hundreds of venues around Malaysia and had even international in places around Europe and South-East Asia.
He has opened concerts for artists such as Yannick Bovy, Pixie Lott, Az Samad, Narmi and Sean Lee. Ray was the Winner of DiGi Celebriteen 2006 and was also the top 100 finalists of Malaysian Idol back in 2004 and 2005.
Free admission. For more information, please visit laundrybar.net.
2. Chelsia Ng
Alexis Bistro & Wine Bar, Great Eastern Mall, 303, Jalan Ampang
25th & 26th March 2016, 10pm
Chelsia Ng is well-known for acting in several local dramas and movies such as ‘Papadom’, ‘Susuk’, ‘Kopitiam’, and ‘Ampang Medikal’. She had even recorded the theme songs for ‘Kopitiam’ and ‘Ghost’.
After a long hiatus, she decided to get back into the music scene. She released her first solo album in 2014 and is currently working on her second. She now uploads her music videos and covers on YouTube.
Free admission. For more information, please visit alexis.com.my.
3. Crinkle Cut
The Bee, 36B, Level G2, Publika, Solaris Dutamas
26th March 2016, 9.30pm
Crinkle Cut is an all-girl electro-acoustic band, consisting of Frances Thomas (violin), Melissa Wong (guitar), Grace Foo (keyboard), and Ashley Choong (percussion). They regularly perform gigs at music festivals, parties, dinners, weddings, and corporate functions.
They have played at events such as Penang’s Indie Festival IndiePG, TimeOut KL Poolside Fiesta, and The Moonshine Homemade Show. Their influences include pop, r&b, folk, gospel, and jazz.
Free admission. For more information, please visit thebee.com.my.
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