• SHYE


    Shye-Anne, more commonly known as Shye, is a 16-year-old artist from Singapore. In the solitude of her bedroom, Shye writes and produces everything by herself. She has been compared to artists such as Clairo and Billie Eilish and her music genre can be described as a mixture of dream pop, bedroom pop as well as electro-pop. With plenty of talent and youth on her side, Shye looks forward to her growth both as a musician and as a person.

  • SCRACH MARKS


    ScRach MarcS is the duo Rachel and Marcus, hence the name. They are both established dancers in the Singapore Streetdance community and constantly pushing the boundaries of their artform.

    Their goal is to connect Streetdance to the masses and make it easily accessible through their unique style. ScRach MarcS is a fusion of Streetdance and contemporary arts that is unlike any other, bringing the best of both worlds. They proved it by winning “Channel 5’s The Dance Floor Season 2” and managed to open up the public’s perception of dance. They are also one of the only robotic/mannequin performing duos in the country. Allow them to bring you into their world through a journey of music and dance.

  • AXEL BRIZZY


    Axel Brizzy is a young and spirited triple threat from Singapore. The rapper/singer/songwriter is determined to showcase his new age versatility as an artist through his music. Kicking off 2019, his single ‘Thursday’ picked up the ‘Best Song To Sing Along To’ award at the 1st ever Singapore Youth Music Awards. Since his debut in May 2017, Axel Brizzy has performed at numerous festivals and spaces such as SHINE Festival, Esplanade, Sundown Festival and the Scape Invasion Festival. He was 1 of the 4 acts who represented Singapore in the ‘Dreams Come True With AirAsia’ Campaign by Spotify & AirAsia in October 2017. Axel Brizzy’s sound has resonated with and been backed by many brands like PUMA, SuperDry, Ermenegildo Zegna, Vans, CK Calvin Klein, G-Shock and Skechers. Dropping his first radio single, ‘Thursday’, a R&B/Pop number that reached over 500K streams and got him the cover of New Music Friday Singapore, made him the youngest rapper in Singapore to top the local iTunes charts. The radio friendly bop placed on Top Hits Singapore and displayed his ability to switch up his sound and his knack for writing; as compared ‘Man on a Mission’, which took a placing on Spotify’s Singapore’s Top Acts playlist, where he unveils his flamboyant side as opposed to his usual laid-back and charismatic nature. Not one to miss, Axel Brizzy is up and coming not only locally but also in Vietnam, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Taiwan, Indonesia, Philippines and Thailand. He looks to play fast and loose with genres and further experiment with his sound. Making every drop unexpected, surprising and refreshing.

  • THE PERMANENCE


    THE PERMANENCE

    two men in the dark standing back to back

    PERMANENCE is comprised of sibling duo Irfan Ramli and Hydhir Ramli. The band attains a sound that blends jarring textures, odd-time signatures with elements of post-rock, embellishing a layer of emotions to the common themes of the human condition and the infinite. The name was taken off their relation since birth. With the release of their debut ‘PRIMORDIAL EP’, the band is currently recording a full-length album expected to be released mid-year, 2018.

  • KNIGHTINGALE


    “Knightingale make fist­up, fuzz­drenched, quicksilver garage rock that, despite its bass­less nature, packs a dashingly IDGAF bounce.” ­ Juice Magazine

    “Yeah, I kinda ended up in Singapore in the pursuit of an Australian actress, and got stuck here,” Knightingale lead singer and co­guitarist Ashwin confesses. After being mentored by Gibson AR Rep Patrick Chng and Singaporean looping king Randolf Arriola, Ashwin formed Knightingale’s identity while finding his roots, in what was meant to be a temporary stop on his way from India to Australia. The Straits Times described Knightingale’s influential 2015 Baybeats set as being loaded with “impassioned vocals and fervent drumbeats”, and they’re not wrong. Ashwin’s international epic to chase a currently­unnamed Aussie actress shines through in his emotive lyricism. Knightingale pushed their wave of success with a subsequent set at major Singaporean event Ignite Music Festival, which in turn lead to a crucial supporting role for indie­heroes Cloud Nothings, where they unveiled their new lineup amidst a hectic live show. These sets garnered further attention from international media publications Bandwagon, Juice, City Nomads and Singapore radio station Lush FM, helping cement Knightingale’s
    role in Southern Asia’s music scene. Now the band is looking to cut loose with new garage power­pop single “White Shadow”, swathed in catchy melodies, thundering drums and gargantuan choruses to match. With an upcoming international tour all but confirmed, Knightingale are ready to take their sound to the global stage.


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