Gigs Picks: Sing, Love - The Concert, Radiostar: Stars And Stripes and more

Mandopo queen Stefanie Sun.
Mandopo queen Stefanie Sun.PHOTOS: LIMITED EDITION CONCEPTS, UNIVERSAL MUSIC, ZOUK MANAGEMENT, YG ENTERTAINMENT AND LIVE NATION KOREA, ST FILE

SING, LOVE - THE CONCERT

What is better than a dream team of local music talents coming together for the Singapore tribute album Sing, Love? The answer: A concert featuring the dream team, which includes Mandopop queen Stefanie Sun (above), indie darling Charlie Lim and jazz maestro Jeremy Monteiro. The diverse line-up will perform tracks which criss-cross different genres and mix languages merrily. Executive producer Ruth Ling says the idea is to create fresh hits and adds: "We hope these are five songs that Singaporeans of all ages and races will enjoy and learn to sing."

WHERE: The Coliseum, Hard Rock Hotel Singapore, Resorts World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa MRT: HarbourFront WHEN: Today, 8pm ADMISSION: Tickets are not for sale. They were distributed via various platforms, including the Facebook page for Red Roof Records INFO: Download all five songs from the Sing, Love album for free at imclive-group.com/sing-love.html

Boon Chan


RADIOSTAR: STARS AND STRIPES

Celebrate the United States' Independence Day with an all-American party at Ce La Vi this weekend with resident DJs YA5TH, Suren and Styluxakut. They will be spinning Top 40 hits and chart-topping club remixes the night through. Partygoers who come dressed in "stars and stripes"-themed outfits stand a chance to win a bottle of Boyd & Blair vodka.

WHERE: Ce La Vi, Marina Bay Sands SkyPark, 1 Bayfront Avenue MRT: Bayfront WHEN: Tomorrow, 9pm ADMISSION: $38 at the door, includes one drink INFO: The dress code is stars & stripes

Melissa Kok


ZOUK PRESENTS DIM MAK PARTY WITH UBERJAK'D & KRUNK!

Progressive house DJ Uberjak'd (left) is among the new batch of Australian music producers making waves in the electronic dance scene. Signed to American DJ Steve Aoki's music label Dim Mak, Ministry of Sound and Mixmash, Uberjak'd made his debut at global dance music festival Tomorrowland in Belgium this year and was crowned the

No. 1 DJ in South Australia for two years in a row. He will be performing alongside fellow Australian DJ Krunk! tonight.

WHERE: Zouk, 17 Jiak Kim Street MRT: Orchard WHEN: Tonight, from 10pm ADMISSION: $28 for women & $33 for men, includes two drinks

Melissa Kok


#LICENSETODISCO: OSUNLANDE & MIKE STEVA

New York-based music producer and DJ Osunlande (left) is known for his deep house productions and for setting up Yoruba Records, one of the most recognised dance music labels in the world. He is known for his legendary "live" DJ sets, remixes and 14 albums, making him a respected producer in the dance music community. He will perform alongside Australian house DJ and producer Mike Steva.

WHERE: Club Kyo, B1-02 Keck Seng Tower, 133 Cecil Street MRT: Raffles Place WHEN: Tonight, from 10pm ADMISSION: $20 for women & $25 for men, includes one drink

Melissa Kok

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on July 03, 2015, with the headline 'Gigs Picks'. Print Edition | Subscribe