Najwa’s powerful voice, her grace of musical delivery and that unabashed passion for music, all combine into a performance that you just have to experience.
Atmospheric, emotive and full of vibrant energy – their music really sucks you in. At once grandiose and down-to-earth, Mutesite exudes effortless charisma on stage that takes shoegazing postrock and turns it on its toes.
We love that lo-fi aesthetic in Muck’s music, which still manages to retain a melodic appeal. This combo makes them feel authentic, lovable and down-to-earth; some may even say that it’s the “sound” of Ipoh.
SOFT puts together one brutal assault of music, a sonic wall that slams right up to your face and knocks you out. They’re definitely NOT like their namesake.
Six-piece britpop band with rock ‘n roll leanings, Molly Dolly was formed in 2008 and have been in the Ipoh music scene since then, growing up through the scene’s formative years.
Ramayan blend elements of psychedelia in their re-imagining of post-modern pop, echoing music from the past. To a time when music was stripped down, and not so much about sound design as it is about “feel”.