Tag: The Substation

Scene: Cross Border Series: Malaya

If you have been following us for a while now, our passion for instrumental music is definitely obvious based on the gigs we do and the artists we frequently share about. We have always been specifically advocating the richness of…

Live Review: False Plaintiff “Stenographer” Release Show

If you can’t already tell from the album’s artwork – a monochromatic photograph of a dream catcher laid on scattered lyric sheets, stubbed cigarettes and a watch that has presumably stopped in time – False Plaintiff’s new album Stenographer is stirringly emotive with lyrics that are unafraid of…

Perspectives: Shaiful’s Response

Much has been discussed and many opinions were shared when we first shared Shaiful’s thoughts earlier this week on The Substation’s new artistic direction. A petition created to encourage the government to build an independent performance venue was met with…

Perspectives: The Music Scene Lover

Last Tuesday, we posted an article with Shaiful Risan’s thoughts on the new artistic direction of The Substation which spawned a myriad of opinions and thoughts on the matter by live music lovers and passionate gig goers. A petition was even created in response…

Perspectives: The Substation

In December last year, it was announced that Singapore’s first independent contemporary arts centre, The Substation, would be embarking on a new artistic direction. Its newly appointed artistic director, Alan Oei, plans to unveil The Substation as a “research and…