Singapore’s Neon Lights Festival has added the final touches to its music lineup, adding five more highly-anticipated acts to the star-studded roster. Lending an indie-electronica twist, the festival has added 2manydjs (live), Chairlft, SBTRKT, Mad Professor and .gif.Read more ›
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The weather may be starting to cool but Southeast Asia’s festival scene is just starting to heat up. With jaw dropping landscapes and spectacular locales unique to the region, it is easy to see how each year more festivals are establishing themselves. We count down 10 of the best festivals that you can catch before 2015 wraps up.Read more ›
Strap in Singapore music fans, Neon Lights have finally dropped the dizzying second round lineup for the festival’s second edition on 26 and 27 November.Read more ›
Singapore’s newest boutique music and arts festival Neon Lights is set to bring down the house for its inaugural edition at Fort Canning Green and Gate. From November 28 (Saturday) to November 29 (Sunday), the site will see a host of the world’s premiere music and performance artists making their way to the Lion City for a truly international experience.Read more ›
Late last year, shoegaze royalty Ride announced an unexpected reunion almost two decades after parting ways. The news came as a welcome surprise to many of their longtime fans, most of whom never thought they’d get a chance to see one of their favorite bands live. Their tour has seen them play across the globe and they’re now coming to […]Read more ›
One of the most prolific producers of a generation, Nile Rodgers talks exclusively to Music Weekly Asia about his audacious tour schedule, upcoming collaborations and what fans can look forward when he returns to Asia to perform at Neon Lights and Clockenflap festivals.Read more ›
Singaporean indie music lovers are in for a treat this November with the announcement of Neon Lights, a brand new music & art destination festival headlined by some of the brightest stars in music. The first of its kind in Singapore, Neon Lights takes cues from craft festivals like Camp Symmetry, Manila’s Wanderland Festival, and Malaysia’s Urbanscapes. The […]Read more ›