Thursday, February 26, 2009
"TOUCHWOOD" ... the 2nd one ...
"TOUCHWOOD" - 2
... Where the music isn't too loud. Acoustic and semi-acoustic artistes with attitude.
Venue: Cloth & Clef, 30 Jln Changkat Bukit Bintang, KL
Showtime: 8.30pm, March 8 (Sun), 2009
Contact: 03-21433034 / 012-3045235
firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
THIS IS A NO-SMOKING EVENT!
Featuring, MILI'Z, OTAM, NORTON 500 & SQUARECIRCLES
Formed in 2006, Mili'z is the brainchild of two ambitious songwriters- Michelle and Ling. With a wide collection of sounds, the band also consists of lead guitarist Adil, violinist and cellist, Rohnie, bassist Timothy, and Stephanie on the drums. Playing their own repertoire that revolves around the genre of alternative, pop, rock and acoustic music, Mili'z is set to satisfy the appetite of audiences who appreciate originality and enjoy tuning into sounds that will enchant the mind as well as provoke the soul.
Ahmad Rostam Bin Abdul Rashid, 28, known as Otam, honed his singing, songwriting and guitar-playing craft when he was studying in Canada. He lived there for six years before returning to Malaysia to be part of the local music scene. His day job is in the hotel industry, and he loves to jam at other times.
Chris Felix, Domarcas Meta and Edward Gomez of Norton 500 endeavor to provide anyone who cares to listen with musical snippets of life in motion, love and death (resurrection is, as yet, not on offer). They are currently in the midst of recording their debut release, the tentatively titled the Parallel Lines EP, which they hope will do even better, commercially and critically, than Blondie's similarly-titled third album. The world waits with bated breath.
SquareCircles, formed in late 2008, is a geometrically-challenged, semi-acoustic band from the Klang Valley. They play mostly original material, and some covers, in whatever style they feel like playing, serving up the blues, folks, surf, funk, roots and country. They'll take any gig that'll take them. So far, no known photograph of the band exists.