Keep your Friday free! (hey, it rhymes)
Anyways, today is the album launch by The Fire Fight at Esplanade’s Recital Studio. Starting at 9:30PM, do drop by and show some rocking love if you have the time!
The tickets are going at $25. (I am not sure if it includes a CD, but hey, it’s definitely going to be a rocking good show!)
To listen to the other 2 tracks that are on seak by them, do click here. But portrait lover is definitely my favourite track out of the 3. Enjoy!
For those who didn’t managed to get themselves at the launch, no worries, their cd is available at HMV (Singapore). Now I’m waiting for pictures to slowly creep their way to facebook so that I can show you peeps!
ASEAN, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, turns 42 on Aug 8. To celebrate this milestone, Singapore’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs will be organising the ASEAN Cinematic Showcase over 3 days, beginning on Aug 4. (Which I am actually quite looking forward to)
5 specially selected movies produced in Southeast Asia will be screened to salute ASEAN’s diversity. Organised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Singapore in partnership with m:idea, Singapore’s first student-run media conglomerate from School of Film & Media Studies at Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP), the showcase aims to expose students from tertiary institutions and the general public to stories in the region.
Singapore’s My Magic and Thailand’s The Tin Mine will be the curtain-raisers of the event at NP on Aug 4, followed by Malaysia’s Goodbye Boys and True Love produced by Myanmar the next day.
The closing film Rainbow Troops, will be screened at the National University of Singapore’s University Cultural Centre. The Indonesian film, a hopeful and heartwarming story about a group of students and teacher fighting against all odds to prevent their school from closing down, promises to leave audiences charmed and touched. It will bring the showcase to a fitting finale, making a symbolic statement about the hopes, struggles and dreams of ASEAN to rise above all challenges in order to become a force to be reckoned with in the region and beyond.
To secure your free tickets, email email@example.com.
* Click HERE to RSVP at facebook for the event or if possible do indicate which show you’ll be interested to watch.
// info via urbanwire / image via facebook event //
I am a person who enjoys not only good food by their taste but visually pleasing food are also appealing to me. This came in as a tweet that Bread Talk should see, but I was telling my friend that not only China is crazy over Panda’s, Thailand too. It’s Chiang Mai’s latest attraction, read here if you don’t get what I mean.
So now maybe Bread Talk would have a perfect reason to get this.
// info via bearyjean / image via neatorama //
Directed by Masashi Kawamura + Hal Kirkland + Magico Nakamura + Masayoshi Nakamura, this awesome music video was shot for Sour‘s ‘Hibi no Neiro’ (Tone of Everyday) from their first mini album ‘Water Flavor EP’.
The cast were selected from the actual Sour fan base, from many countries around the world. Each person and scene was filmed purely via webcam.
Smart, very smart of them!