A two-day festival featuring performances by artists like The Observatory, Setabuhan, and Cari Padu, with workshops exploring spaces of the underground.
Jointly organised by The Observatory, Ujikaji, and Nusasonic, a collaborative project exploring experimental sound and music cultures in Southeast Asia.
Day 1, 20 July, 7pm – 2am
Day 2, 21 July, 7 – 11pm
Cari Padu, 19 July, 8 – 11pm
Cari Padu (A Public Choir) is conducted by Rully Shabara of Setabuhan. A commentary on human pursuit and governance of social structures, the choir will learn vocalisation and collectively devise a work.
Discourse 1, 21 July, 3 – 4pm
Music through historicism and cultural referencing
Discourse 2, 21 July, 4.30 – 5.30pm
Resistance through music: Secular territories of the underground
Venue: The Substation Theatre & SAD Bar, 45 Armenian Street, Singapore 179936
When: 20 - 21 Jul 2019,
By: The Substation