Eddino Abdul Hadi Music Correspondent and Boon Chan Media Correspondent recommend

Gigs Picks: My Disco, Poptart, DJ MOTi and more


PHOTOS: MY DISCO, LENNE CHAI, RUSSEL WONG, ZOUK

MY DISCO SEVERE SINGAPORE

Australian post-punk trio My Disco (above) return to Singapore on the back of their latest release, Severe, an album of hypnotic, menacing and minimalist grooves. Supporting them on the bill are some of Singapore's and Malaysia's finest off-kilter bands, such as I Am David Sparkle, Wormrot, Killeur Calculateur and The Psalms.

WHERE: The Substation, 45 Armenian Street

MRT: City Hall WHEN: Sun, 4 to 10.30pm ADMISSION: $15 from hailsatanrecords.com/store/mydisco.html. Tickets at the door cost $20 before 5pm and $25 after 5pm

Eddino Abdul Hadi


POPTART FEATURING KIDG AND WEELIKEME

Feed on the final Poptart party of the year with KiDG (above left) and weelikeme (above right) sending off 2015 with a mix of beats, grooves and indie music goodness. WHERE: Club Kyo, B1-02 Keck Seng Tower, 133 Cecil Street MRT: Raffles Place

WHEN: Tomorrow,from 10.30pm ADMISSION: $20 for women and $25 for men, includes one drink

Boon Chan


FRANKLY, IT'S CHRISTMAS: A JAZZY CHRISTMAS

Helmed by local jazzman Jeremy Monteiro (left), the 11th edition of Jazzy Christmas pays tribute to the inimitable Frank Sinatra. The late iconic crooner was born in 1915 and his songs still swing today. Monteiro will be joined by other musicians, including Nathan Hartono, James Flynn and Tina May.

WHERE: Esplanade Concert Hall MRT: Esplanade WHEN: Today, 7.30pm ADMISSION: $35 to $75 available from Sistic

Boon Chan


ZOUK SOUNDSYSTEM PRESENTS MOTI

After playing for more than 15,000 revellers at an Amsterdam Dance Event Heineken showcase, enigmatic Dutch producer and DJ MOTi (above) makes his debut at Zouk.

WHERE: Zouk, 17 Jiak Kim Street MRT: Orchard WHEN: Tomorrow ADMISSION: $28 for women and $33 for men, includes two drinks

Boon Chan

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on December 18, 2015, with the headline 'Gigs Picks'. Print Edition | Subscribe