RENNY: IT’S TIME
Home-grown pop singer-songwriter Renny Goh, a prominent face in the live music bar circuit, holds a farewell solo concert on Sunday before she flies off to Los Angeles to pursue a degree in music. Goh, known for her warm and soulful vocals, is the vocalist for bilingual pop-rock band Black Forest and is a regular performer at live music bars including Wala Wala Cafe Bar, Switch by Timbre and Acid Bar. She will be performing cover songs and originals with her friends.
Where: Neverland 2, St James Power Station, 3 Sentosa Way MRT: HarbourFront When: Sun, 3pm Admission: $22 (includes two soft drinks) or $28 (includes two alcoholic drinks). Go to renny2014.peatix.com or buy at the door
THE MUSIC MARKET
Online music and concert website Bandwagon returns with The Music Market, a day filled with home-grown indie music, art, pop-up stores and yummy bites. Groove to the indie-rock charms of local bands Cashew Chemists and The Sam Willows as well as the soulful tunes of Gareth Fernandez. Electronica fans can also look forward to the music of Intriguant, the latest addition to local music collective and label Syndicate.
Where: Hard Rock Cafe Singapore, 50 Cuscaden Road MRT: Orchard When: Tomorrow, 4pm Admission: $15. Go to peatix.com or pay $17 at the door
ZSS PRESENTS MAT ZO
British music producer and DJ Mat Zo took the dance scene by storm with his boundary-blurring productions such as Bipolar and the melodic funk anthem Easy with fellow DJ and producer Porter Robinson. His music melds trance, progressive trance and electro-house.
Where: Zouk, 17 Jiak Kim Street MRT: Orchard When: Tonight, 10pm Admission: $28 for women & $33 for men (includes two standard drinks)
DANGEROUSLY DISCO FEATURING BOTTIN
It is all about good fun grooving to sexy disco beats at Club Kyo’s latest themed night. Party till 6am with Italian guest DJ Bottin with support from local DJs Matty Wainwright and Stephen Day. Bottin, no stranger to the nu-disco and disco genre, moved to the forefront of the contemporary disco scene with his concept album, Horror Disco (2009), and has grown to become an internationally respected DJ and producer. His sets are an unpredictable journey into space disco and deep funk.
Where: Club Kyo, 133 Cecil Street, Keck Seng Tower, B1-02 MRT: Raffles Place When: Tomorrow, 10pm Admission: $20 (women) & $25 (men), includes a standard drink, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org