Destroying Home with Friends and Wives
We play again at HOME Club. This time with friends Interlude and Obedient Wives Club. Raucous fuzzy indie pop will rule the night, with an interlude, appropriately, by Interlude. The familiar faces among you will know that Interlude is helmed by Joseph Tan, who was frontman of the mighty Livonia, also Robin’s former band.
Below are the bands’ bio I got off the Facebook event page:
INTERLUDE – An intervening period. A space before the end. Interlude is an experimental synth rock band from Singapore that embraces the dark roots of early synthesizer music and its potential for making the brightest pop. Against pulsing backbeats and slight wavering of guitar, Interlude invites you to a space where their songs contemplates and celebrates the everyday beauty of the human condition. Between the start and the end, between rupture and rapture.
OBEDIENT WIVES CLUB – Obedient Wives Club was conceived on the rooftop of Tapas bar over Sangria and Coke Light. Fueled by Keith Tan’s (rhythm guitar, ex-Johnny Shameless & His Minions) almost unhealthy obsession with Phil Spector-inspired, fuzz-pop girl-fronted bands like Best Coast, Dum Dum Girls, Frankie Rose & The Outs, the idea was brought up to Robin Ng (lead guitar, ex-Camra), and thus, the band was born. Roping in Lennat Mak (ex-Midnight Marvel) on drums, and by serendipity, newcomer YinQi Lee was brought in as vocalist, based on her penchant for polka dots, and a voice you’d want to make love to. Completing the lineup is Sulaiman Supian, sometime bassist and effects man for The Stoned Revivals. Obedient Wives Club intends to bring fuzzed out girl group indie pop that is missing from the Singapore indie scene.
We will make merry, pass inappropriate comments and dance ourselves silly to the sounds of Beat! later with Ginette and Joe.