Split Works pulled off the surprising feat of an afternoon showcase earlier this month with the US indie pop outfit Japanese Breakfast, led by the bubbly, charismatic Michelle Zauner. Packed with lively, ‘possibly still buzzed from the previous night’ fans, spirits were high as the rollicking indie rock band took the stage. Atmospheric and intimate yet poppy and engaging, the band played the whole spectrum of their sound – from the driving psychedelica of ‘Driving Woman’ to softly coy ‘Boyish’ to the gleeful delirious ‘Everybody Wants to Love You’. A satisfying multi-course meal of indie pop. Support came from local indietronic duo Nocturnes, whose lush, finely groomed arrangements and robust vocals never sounded better.
The Detroit four-piece Protomartyr gave a commanding performance last weekend at Yue Space, part of Spilt Works month long showcase of the international indie rock scene’s finest, and wonderfully strange characters. Resembling your childhood friend’s disgruntled working […]
Tuesdays are my new jam! Stopped by the latest SOUND[E]SCAPES series at Yue Space where experimental artists and video directors are invited to perform together in the efforts to ‘create a dialogue of image and sound’. Dopeness indeed essentially […]
Being sick in my apartment with my mother-in-law gets old quick, so I jumped on the Maybe Mars bandwagon for the October holiday. The thing that became immediately clear after the onslaught of shows from […]