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Date: Friday l 27th October 2017
Time l 8pm
Venue l Live Fact
Address l 33-2, Jalan 4/109F, Taman Danau Desa 58100 Kuala Lumpur
Admission l RM30 (At the door)
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Supporting acts: Masdo, Bayangan
About The Pinholes
Celebrating their 15th year in 2017. The Pinholes is a class act in the vibrant Singapore music scene – The Pinholes is known for their dynamic renditions of classic Rock ‘n’ Roll, Funk, Soul and Pop. Coupled with their quirky eyewear and oufits, this quartet writes songs with catchy 60’s melodies that capture the homegrown soul like Straydogs, the dynamism of Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones and the harmonic pitching of Beach Boys.
The Pinholes constantly seek to bring back good vibes by reliving the memories of a Golden era in the people, lifestyle, culture and even the fashion statement through their music and performances.
Ditubuhkan awal tahun 2015. M A S D O ! dianggotai oleh 4 orang iaitu,
• Azham Ahmad @ Ambobzeela (drummer),
• PutuCeri (bass/bv),
• Mawi (gitar),
• AliSariah (vokal/gitar).
Sebelum ini, kugiran ini lebih dikenali dengan nama The Lipstik. Tetapi selepas rombakan ahli kumpulan, AliSariah sebagai ahli utama dalam band The Lipstik telah membuat keputusan untuk menukarkan nama The Lipstik kepada M A S D O ! Sebuah band yang memainkan musik Pop berasaskan musik 60'an dan digubah mengikut citarasa masa kini. Berinspirasi dari band seperti The Last Shadow Puppets, Arctic Monkeys, The Changcuters, The Wonders dll.
Bayangan is the nom de musique of one Fikri Fadzil of The Wknd. The origin of the moniker has a slightly poignant undertone to it as he told us, “I was told by someone who used to be close to me that I was living in her shadow.” But he soon had the realisation that a shadow is a reminder of our own existence, which is often overlooked. He admits that his persona is nationalistic to some extent, but Fadzil tries to write songs of universal themes such as finding oneself, addiction, in the context of living in KL, or simply, Malaysia. Though he denies any social or political correlation, single ‘Kuala Lumpur’ is propelled by urgent guitars that echoes the message of the song that urges the city to “tindak balas (‘fight back’)” and “terus bercahaya (‘keep shining’)”, encouraging KLites to persevere.
27th Oct 20:00
RM30 (At the door)