A friend was describing that the gig by Big Ass was awesome, the same crowd as a previous gig that was held there by Potato (Thailand)! Cool! Now I am regretting (quite a bit) that I wasn’t there! Argh! Okay, I think I must start rallying (more) friends who LIKE/LOVE Thai songs! The only thing is that most of these concerts are held on a weekday, which is really hard for working people who can’t get out of bed the very next day.
Alright, no point ranting, but only to look forward to the next band/singer that would be coming to Singapore! Meanwhile, chock dee na ka!
Photos of that faithful night (which I didn’t go) are all taken from Club STOMP and do view the rest of the photos HERE.
Neverland presents Big Ass ‘Revolution’ Concert in Singapore. 28th April 2010. Pre sale tickets are going at $25 while if you get them at the door, it’ll be $30. You can actually start getting in at around 930PM because based on previous experience, they’ll start at around 10PM – 1030PM and it should end within 2 hours.
But I would recommend that you contact 9298 6541 for more details.
I am still trying to gather friends who might be interested, but very slow response. So hopefully, I’d be able to go!
These are some of my favourite songs from them. Not a huge fan of their heavy stuff but their slower numbers are always the kind where I can sway my head with.
รัก (Ruk – Love)
คนไม่เอาถ่าน (Kon Mai Ao Tan – Useless person)
พรหมลิขิต (Phrom Likhit – Destiny)
เล่นของสูง (Len Kong Soon)
Everyone say YIPPY!! This time it is at a proper venue which I have NO IDEA yet. But at least I can say, it’ll definitely be at a club! At least, a place where one can dance all night and don’t feel awkward.
Haha! Details coming right up (as soon as I get news about it)!
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Naoto Fukasawa (深澤 直人) is a Japanese industrial designer, born in Yamanashi Prefecture in 1956. Representative works include MUJI’S CD player (part of the permanent collection, MoMA New York ), the mobile phones “Infobar” and “neon” and the ±0 brand of household electrical appliances and sundries.
Fukasawa is a professor at Musashino Art University and a visiting lecturer at Tama Art University. He has authored such books as An Outline of Design (TOTO) and co-authored others such as The Ecological Approach to Design (Tokyo Shoseki).
Do also check out Naoto Fukasawa’s interview with designboom.com and get to know him on another personal level. Which I think is pretty interesting, since we always get to only visual feast on his works now knowing how some of his ideas are generated, it made me feel ‘closer’ to him. I personally loved how he answered this question “You have used the name ‘without thought’ as the title of some of your workshops. Can you tell us more about ‘without thought’?“
These bags are equally sleek and cool which I would like to get my hands on. No Muji CD Player, then maybe these bags would be good?
[some info from wikipedia.org/wiki/Naoto_Fukasawa]