June 05, 2007
May 24, 2007
I never knew Wayne personally but his performances for the Suns never cast a shadow of doubt on his moniker - he was Thunder
Recommended by litford: "A well loved and valued member of Singapore's local music scene has passed away. The ripples of this loss is experienced by many, both young and all by the loss of Wayne's spirit and fervor to excel Singaporean rock music"
June 13, 2006
February 13, 2006
To be appreciative of the effort put in by both the organisers and amateur opening acts, cos singing rock tunes in front of a large audience is never easy. Booing just dont cut it, in fact you you might just find yourself being slam dunked by angry fellow audiences for being a bad sport or worse, the rocker may smash you with his guitar. They need the exposure if not at these concerts then where else
Recommended by girlawake: "Music is Universal -Cool Malay Rock and Roll "
December 02, 2005
I also read their police minister Noh Amar come out and say those foreigner who not happy and who say Malaysia police tekan people, they can **** off and go home.
Like this how to Malaysia Truly Asia? If the foreigner really go home, then who is the Malaysia police going to tekan and take bribe from? Then they will have to survive with their peanut gahmen police salary only! Cannot!
(Malaysia peanut is not the same as Singapore peanut. Is really peanut.)
Recommended by rationalneurotic: "his first foray into Malaysian ground, but almost bordering on the line of offensive to some."
November 21, 2005
"Joie de Vivre" - 'Joy of Life', is our way of allowing local bands to display their creativity when it comes to music by performing their original compositions. These songs consist of several different kinds of genres ranging from rock to blues. Through this event, we hope to raise the public awareness of local music and the undiscovered talents of budding bands.
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "18 year olds organising quite a medium sized event showcasing local bands. That's something you don't see everyday, and I believe that we should go all-out to support their cause because apparently it's non-profit and for a good cause. It's a really cool site too."
September 12, 2005
Ephraim Loy said:
sorry... i'm not so free to argue with you... there are two sides on a coin... you have your opinions and i have mine... not happy? write to forum and complain lor...
Started with Ephraim's letter to ST regarding the "colorful" language used by popular blogger Rockson, words got around on Sammyboy and soon, people starting to leave nasty comments on Ephraim's tagboard forcing Ephraim to take down most of his blog.
Also read Rockson's reaction to this incident and the 400+ comments left by his fans.
July 04, 2005
June 30, 2005
The Mail Order Bride said:
Anyway, our upcoming event Youth Alive 2005 finals happen next Saturday. Ticket sales have been poor and it's very frustrating. We have been going around to find sponsors, where Pat and Pauline even took time off to meet potential sponsors, exhausting every source of contact we have, but not many people are supportive of local music...
Tickets are now selling at YMCA or at the door, all proceeds will be donated to Children's Cancer Foundation, Singapore's Children Society and Christian Care Services.
Youth Alive 2005 finals are on the 9th of July, Saturday. Get your tickets to support the very talented bands and help the children. And if you guys can help spread the word on your blogs, that would be cool too.