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  • Issue 5: The Awakening Issue
    Awakening Issue Issue 5 The Awakening Issue October 8 2012 by Joshua Tan in Editor s Note Oh boy did September pass fast We had to push it to the raggedy edge for that issue and thought long and hard about taking an extra bit of break In the end we decided that as punny as it sounds September had ended so it was time to wake up This brings us to Issue 5 The Awakening Issue a kind of statement if you will that just like Billy Joel Armstrong we too will wake up when September ends This month we get up close at the Secrets of a Punk Rock Generation featuring The Caulfield Cult that s their frontman Nick on the cover there and The Summer State We also took time to speak to four local artistes about crowdfunding as a community effort to put out their albums and checked out The Wonder Years live in Singapore Add to that an interview with up and coming local trio Pitch Feather and a bunch of other surprises you ll just have to keep eyes locked right here to find out what they are We re pretty excited by what

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  • Issue 4: The MASSIVE Issue
    May 2012 13 June 2011 1 May 2011 2 Home Editor s Note Issue 4 The MASSIVE Issue Issue 4 The MASSIVE Issue September 3 2012 by Joshua Tan in Editor s Note Some things have changed since the last time we put out an issue and if you ve noticed the dragged out July August issue you re just going to have to trust me when I say we really pulled out all the stops this time Hence it is with great pleasure and a reasonable sigh of relief that we present The MASSIVE Issue for September 2012 Since we took this long to put out another issue it s only fitting that this be one big one complete with all the things we ve had up our sleeves for the past month Among them are our extensive coverage of the second annual Lepa r k which blew our minds at Marina Promontory this year many of our local musicians album reviews and even coverage of the Night Festival This month we re also launching a brand new Features section where we tend to get a bit serious talk about the local music scene All in all it s been a wonderful month for us and we hope you enjoy what we ve put together for you Mosh on Josh T Editor Cover photos by Han Qi Guang Lionel Boon and Joshua Tan MOSHIN 2012 All Rights Reserved Album covers courtesy of their respective artistes In This Issue Let s Lepa r k Yours Sincerely Tim Koh Not Just Another Sunday Afternoon Album Review Brandon Lee Back Against The World Amnesia Not Amnesia Haze Pleasantry Delivering Music Pleasant To Our Ears Kellie Kills It Zahidah s Ethereal EP Review Album Review Godzilla s EP Something New Album Review Yours

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  • Issue 3: The Showcase Issue
    2 Home Editor s Note Issue 3 The Showcase Issue Issue 3 The Showcase Issue July 16 2012 by Joshua Tan in Editor s Note Mere weeks after we stumbled into this venture a simple yet profound realisation hit us It was one that we almost felt embarrassed we didn t know before but infinitely blessed to have realised it before many others and it is this there is so much talent in Singapore Our shores are simply brimming with the kind of talent we ought to be proud of The kind we should be showing off to the world And we shouldn t be dismissing or putting down these talented people This issue more than most is an example of just how good Singaporeans are We checked out the immense local and overseas music potential at Baybeats 2012 had a great time at Yfest 2012 and got caught in a mosh pit at Ignite 12 We were also at Brandon Lee s Back Against The World album launch he s the guy on the cover and took our time listening to Caracal s latest offering Bear Shark Wolf And as if that s not enough we went international with Jason Mraz s Love Is A Four Letter Word tour stop in Singapore and chatted with Indonesian folk duo Stars Rabbit So here s The Showcase Issue We re proud of Singapore and you should be too Who says we have no local talent Mosh on Josh T Editor Cover photo by Ryhan Tomita MOSHIN 2012 All Rights Reserved In This Issue Joyful Times with Joie Mitchell Tan Inch Chua the Metrics System Certainly More Than An Inch MONSTER CAT The Stripped Down Kitty Set The PLOT Thickens King Kong Jane A Presence Magnificent and Earth shaking Eye of the

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  • Issue 2: The Lost Issue
    month it s been We were absolutely stoked to wrap the first issue of our new look MOSHIN but at the same time we were also busy with The Lost Issue Borrowing our issue name from the theme of this year s Singapore Arts Festival naturally our coverage this time features mostly acts from our yearly premier arts fest The MOSHIN team were also your eyes and ears and cameras at Music Matters Live at Clarke Quay to check out our truly happening regional music scene In this issue we also talk to local music scene veteran Sherman Aw who recently featured with the Fungkimunkees in their gig at Bridging The Blues With that interview comes a special announcement as well so keep your eyes peeled for that Amidst all the busyness of this issue we also want to remind you lovely folks to support local music and remind you about the MSA Reeperbahn Festival music contest where you can vote to send one of our local acts to the festival in Hamburg Voting closes 30 Jun so act fast Support local music and enjoy The Lost Issue Mosh on Josh T Editor Cover photo by Joshua Tan MOSHIN 2012

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  • Issue 1: The Revamp! Issue
    2011 2 Home Editor s Note Issue 1 The Revamp Issue Issue 1 The Revamp Issue May 15 2012 by Joshua Tan in Editor s Note We re back It s been a long year since we were last here and oh boy it feels good to be back Since the last time we were here we ve been figuring out some new ways to bring our music coverage to you and we re finally happy to bring you The Revamp Issue This month we checked out Spanish indie folk band Russian Red s maiden performance in Singapore hit up the second Bridging The Blues weekend festival at Esplanade and got down with our indie side at That Indie Thing You Do We also had a chat with local blues legend Kelvin Smokey Ng and took a listen at Shimona Kee s new album Simply Shimona All in all it s been a great issue for us and we hope you enjoy it as much as we did putting it together We re looking forward to bringing you more awesome music coverage soon Mosh on Josh T Editor Cover photo by Joshua Tan MOSHIN 2012 All Rights Reserved In This

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  • Archives
    Archives Select Month January 2013 1 November 2012 5 October 2012 7 September 2012 20 August 2012 7 July 2012 16 June 2012 36 May 2012 13 June 2011 1 May 2011 2 Home Archives Archives Archives by category A Cappella RSS 1 Acoustic RSS 5 Articles RSS 78 Artistes RSS 7 Blues and Funk RSS 10 Classical RSS 1 Contests RSS 23 Editor s Note RSS 6 Electropop RSS

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  • Asyraf Rasid
    2012 20 August 2012 7 July 2012 16 June 2012 36 May 2012 13 June 2011 1 May 2011 2 Home Asyraf Rasid The Wonder of The Wonder Years October 22 2012 by Asyraf Rasid Articles Gigs Punk Rock T was a Friday night like any other well except the fact that this Friday night was going to be filled with pop punk goodness at Read Article Zahidah s Ethereal EP Review September 10 2012 by Asyraf Rasid Articles Pop Reviews According to dictionary com Ethereal means Extremely delicate and light in a way that seems too perfect for this world Though there are many other definitions Read Article Plainsunset Melbourne Tour Fundraiser July 5 2012 by Asyraf Rasid Articles Gigs Rock Plainsunset has always been known as one of Singapore s veteran bands Formed in 1996 they are still going strong with their music Having played shows Read Article Fall Of Mirra Circling The Wagons Launch Party July 4 2012 by Asyraf Rasid Articles Gigs Rock From touring around Asia to recording and producing their own album Fall Of Mirra a local progressive metal hardcore band has finally reached the Read Article Cashew Chemists That Indie Thing You Do

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  • Articles: Page 2
    2012 16 June 2012 36 May 2012 13 June 2011 1 May 2011 2 Home Articles Age is Just a Number October 19 2012 by Joshua Tan Articles Folk Gigs Indie Pop Rock Judging by the crowd who turned up to see this teenage musician showcase his stuff it s pretty clear that the Singapore music scene has embraced Read Article Journey With Pitch Feather October 17 2012 by Jeremy Tan Acoustic Articles Artistes Folk Pop Rock Music is a journey It is a search for independence and freedom to pursue your dreams At least this is what local indie band Pitch Read Article A Summer State Of Mind October 15 2012 by Muhd Dzulridzwan Articles Gigs Pop Punk Rock They had opened for Yellowcard shared the stage with Mayday Parade and Eyes Set To Kill They had also played alongside The Wonder Years just Read Article The Caulfield Cult Secrets of a Punk Rock Generation October 12 2012 by Jerrer Lee Articles Gigs Rock Watchful eyes followed the movements of the next act gearing up on the Home Club stage If you were there you could have easily sensed Read Article Album Review This Pun Is Intended by PunkANation

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