Top 10 Singaporean Music Band
AstronautsAstronauts are destined for the stars. What’s more, for a band whose individuals are for the most part in their mid-20s, their sound is inquisitively old-school: a flexible blend of R&B, funk, and soul that makes you need to get up and move. After their effective presentation EP dispatch a year ago, the five-piece outfit has since performed at Marina Bay Sands’ Open Stage, Singapore Night Festival, and the sky is the limit from there. They’re regularly sponsored up by an energetic metal area during live gigs, and let’s be honest — it doesn’t get crazier than that.
SobsIs it safe to say that someone was crying when they settled on their band name? Not so much — it’s principally in light of the fact that Sobs’ lead vocalist Celine has a propensity for answering with “wails” during discussions. For a gathering that depicts themselves as making “uncool popular music”, oneself expostulating trio is in reality truly cool. Their style: an exquisite brand of marvelous outside the box fly with traces of despairing, powerlessness, and a lot of peculiarities.
Yung RajaRapping in Tamil isn’t the most notable thing in music, yet in Singapore, it should be. Inside a time of his invasion into a hip bounce, the 23-year-old Yung Raja discovered viral achievement following his remixes of ‘Gucci Gang’ (Poori Gang) and ‘Bartier Cardi‘ (Pathuko Thambi), and was welcome to have Yo! MTV Raps nearby South Korea’s Jessi and included as MTV Asia’s Spotlight artiste. Raja has been named as Southeast Asian hip bounce’s next cutting edge bilingual artiste, and we’re hoping to see him on the world stages soon.
Fariz JabbaIt’s not really an incident that another bilingual rapper, Fariz Jabba (who hails from Geylang Serai, to be exact), is old buddies with Raja. Jabba’s rap style is an amalgamation of both Malay and western mainstream society, combining hip-bounce and R&B such that resembles no other. Tossed into the spotlight in the wake of accumulating very nearly 400,000 perspectives from Joe Flizzow’s online YouTube arrangement, 16 Baris, he’s since been welcome to perform for Shine 2018, Baybeats 2018, and SCAPE Invasion’s Back To School Fest 2019.
BRB.Four months and two singles in, brb. is set to take Singapore’s music scene to unchartered wildernesses with their special image of R&B-funk, bound with electronic beats and guitar filigree. However, dislike these folks is totally new to the scene – the trio comprises of vocalist musician Clarence Liew (CLO), Disco Hue’s Auzaie Zie, and Marc Lian, some time ago of the hip-jump team TRICK. On the off chance that you like chill vibes and a vibing decent time, this is one to look at. Peruse our meeting with the band here.
KC Meals, the ex-vocalist of famous nearby rockers Caracal, has come back to the phase with another band: Sun-Eater. The four-man alt-rock outfit sneaks up all of a sudden with a score, detail, and tune that is extraordinarily theirs, with incredible vocals and riveting guitar lines for sure. Sun Eater is at present progressing in the direction of completing a presentation EP by the primary portion of 2019.