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Zizan Rajalawak is back with his new Movie!!

15 Feb

Ahmad Idham’s local comedy sees four friends, Ajis, Ben, Yaya and Diana, who are assigned to hike into an abandoned cave, Gua Bewah, in order to study the history of the place as their final year project for college. However, to complete the assignment they would need to help of a fifth member, which they find in the mysterious and gothic external student Marsha. Marsha reveals that she can guide them to an area of the cave that no modern human has ever entered. However, the group does not count on the various supernatural happenings that they have to face once they are there…


Hujan Special Acoustic Showcase @ Pentas 1, Klpac

15 Feb

Hujan will be performing their full acoustic showcase with different arrangements of music. With 02 early bird tickets already sold out, left with their full price ticket of RM$78/-. Don’t miss this opportunity grab ur tickets now!!

for more info, visit this website:

The Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre @ Sentul Park (Tel: 603-4047 9000 / 4047 9010)

The Actors Studio @ Lot 10 (Tel: +603 2142 2009 / 2143 2009)

iLasso Office @ Phileo Damansara II (Tel: +603 7957 6088)

Performing Arts Centre of Penang @ Straits Quay (Tel: 604 8992 722)

Online Booking:

Morning Rocket

KLPac, Sentul Park, Jalan Strachan, KL

The Actors Studio, Lot 10

Pejabat ILasso Tickets, Phileo Damansara


Arch Enemy: Live & Khaos In Malaysia

15 Feb

Swedish melodic death metal supergroup Arch Enemy from Halmstad, will heading to Kuala Lumpur this April 24th, 2012, thanks to promoters Permatha Pathah Production. The band which was founded by Carcass guitarist Michael Amott along with Johan Liiva (replaced by Angela Gossow as lead vocalist in 2000), who were both originally from the influential death metal band Carnage, features various members from such bands as Carcass, Armageddon, Carnage, Mercyful Fate, Spiritual Beggars, and Eucharist to name a few, throughout the last 16 years. With nine studio albums, a live album (Burning Japan Live 1999), two DVDs and three EPs, under their belt, expect all hell to break loose when the band takes the stage at their Live & Khaos In Malaysia concert that will be held at the Chin Woo Stadium.


16 Jan

Thanks to Spider-Man 2, most of us discovered Dashboard Confessional and we are ready to vindicate your concern as to when this indie alternative band will pay us visits in Asia. Leaving on a jet plane direct from Barrack Obama’s province, Dashboard Confessional are coming to Singapore on the 21st of February 2012 and Malaysia on the 22nd of February 2012, respectively.

With the release of their most successful album Dusk and Summer in 2006, Dashboard Confessional gained significant airplays on their single “Vindicated” and independent plays on their “Stolen” single. Rarely unrecognizable or excessively recognizable by the public, they define the very quintessential alternative rock band. Being around for over a decade now, their released singles have peaked in both the Modern Rock Tracks chart and the Billboard Hot 100.

Sure, they are not a Grammy award-winning artist, but Dashboard Confessional has proven some of us wrong, that one need not be an award-winning holder to be a great artist. If you are already in the queue for those passes to watch them live, you should embrace yourselves for soulful melancholy sounds from your favourite Dashboard Confessional numbers.

Dashboard Confessional Live in Singapore 
Date: 21st February 2012 (Tuesday)
Time: 8pm
Venue: Esplanade Concert Hall, Singapore
Tickets: $48, $68, $88 and $98
Website: TBA

Dashboard Confessional Live in Malaysia
Date: 22nd February 2012 (Wednesday)
Time: 8pm
Venue: KL Live, Kuala Lumpur
Tickets: RM88 (Early bird), RM118 (Normal price) and RM138 (At the door)

Underoath Live in Singapore and Malaysia

14 Jan

Known for their energetic live performance, UNDEROATH will kick start 2012 with a circle pit at Singapore Live on March 7th and KL Live on March 10th with special guests, Love Me Butch, 2Side1Brain and Tres Empre

Since their inception, Florida’s Underoath have evolved from a run-of-the-mill metalcore band into a fluid, dynamic, and energized rock group that adeptly blends emotive melody, charged punk rock rhythms, and a chunky, engaging bottom end.

For the six men in UNDEROATH, whose members have evolved and thrived during a decade-long progression that has elevated them into one of heavy music’s biggest successes, change has been ubiquitous. 2010 has been no exception for the sextet, who underwent and overcame what many consider their most significant line-up alteration yet. Yet in doing so, UNDEROATH experienced an artistic rebirth in the form of (DISAMBIGUATION), its triumphant fifth album for Solid State/Tooth & Nail. Transformed by the arrival of new drummer DANIEL DAVISON, formerly of Norma Jean, UNDEROATH–which also counts TIM MCTAGUE, SPENCER CHAMBERLAIN, GRANT BRANDELL, CHRIS DUDLEY and JAMES SMITH–has delivered an album that emphatically surpasses its predecessors in terms of craftsmanship and cohesion. If 2006’s Define The Great Line and 2008’s Lost In The Sound of Separation, both which debuted at #2 and #8 respectively on Billboard’s Top 200 Album Chart, were significant accomplishments, (disambiguation) is UNDEROATH’s new creative high watermark.

Future Music Festival In Malaysia (20 Local Acts still to be updated)

13 Jan

Fresh from a record breaking series of sold out Australian festivals, Future Music Festival is set to spread its wings and fly east in March 2012, taking along all the endless fun, energy and forward thinking sounds that Australian music fans have come to know and love.

Future Entertainments Tours Director Brett Robinson enthused:

“Our vision for Future Music Festival was for it to become something that is respected and celebrated globally. Our commitment to presenting the biggest and boldest artists and best possible event experience seems to have been recognized with demand for the festival to venture abroad. With Asia on our doorstep and the wealth of talent we now tour from one side of the globe to the other it makes perfect sense for the artist to do an much as possible whilst in this region. We have had interest for several years now in launching Future Music Festival in Asia but wanted to wait for the right opportunity to present itself, which we have now found. We are excited to be announcing what we hope will be embraced as one of Asia’s biggest music festivals in coming years and very much look forward to revealing all the details very soon.”

First established in 2006, the mighty Future Music Festival has become engrained in the hearts of music and culture loving youth Australia wide and is deemed an essential on the annual festival circuit. Future Music festival is also regarded on a global level as a ‘must do’ for artists in their touring calendar, alongside the likes of Coachella, Glastonbury, Fuji Rock and more.

The multi award winning Future Music Festival is renowned not only for delivering the biggest acts in the universe, but also the brightest stars of tomorrow. Committed to showcasing an array of musical genres, and curating an exciting, unique and truly unforgettable experience there will be something for everyone on the yet to be revealed line up…

Priding itself on world -class production Future Music Festival features crystal clear sound, dazzling lights and production, and electrifying colour.

Future Music Festival presents some of the biggest names in the music world, including: The Chemical Brothers, The Prodigy, David Guetta, Swedish House Mafia, New Order, Paul van Dyk, Steve Angello, Dizzee Rascal, N*E*R*D, MGMT, Ke$ha, Mark Ronson & The Business Intl, Fatboy Slim, Underworld, Basement Jaxx, Paul Oakenfold, Franz Ferdinand, Jessie J, The Presets, Leftfield, Richie Hawtin presents Plastikman, Gym Class Heroes, Friendly Fires, Cosmic Gate, Tinie Tempah, The Rapture, Zane Lowe, Die Antwoord, Aphex Twin, Chase & Status, The Wombats, Empire of The Sun, John Digweed, Sven Vath, Boys Noize, and many many more…

Here is what the Australian Media had to say of Future Music Festival 2011:

“The boldest and most forward thinking line-up of the world’s best live artists and djs.” In The Mix

“It’s place as a staple in the Australian festival scene has seen it firmly nestle to the top of the list” Nova National Radio

“With over fifty acts across six stages, numerous visual screens, thunderous beats and the world’s biggest acts this festival has become the biggest party on the Australian calendar.” Hit, Adelaide Advertiser

“Future Music Festival 2011 was any indication of what we can expect from the guys at Future Entertainment – then count me in for FMF 2012.” Musicfeeds

“The line up for this years’ festival saw the organisers state their intent with their most ambitious and diversified group of artists yet.” MTV

Here’s what Future Music Festival artists have had to say of their experience:

“Australiais always a good place for us to come. Future Music Festival was one of the best shows we have ever played! It’s been a collection of really good shows and really nice people. There has been a really nice spirit between the artists on this tour”. The Chemical Brothers

“I am so excited, it has been so much fun, I’ve loved every minute of this and have become really close with everyone on this tour.” Ke$ha

“All of these shows have been so much fun, people have really embraced my new record here, it’s been such a pleasure to play to such huge crowds of people, all there to have a really good time.” Mark Ronson

“I got a better response [from the crowd] here, then at the Madison square garden! You guys are Crazy!” David Guetta

“It’s been absolutely great! The crowd was so into it, it was amazing, absolutely amazing!” I just want to say thanks very much!” Erick Morillo

“It’s been crazy, insane, overloading with energy. The Line up is insane ! To be on the same stage as these artists man…and the list just goes on…” N*E*R*D

Artist line up, date, venue and ticket information to follow in coming weeks. Join the mailing list and LIKE us on Facebook to be the first to know!



Grafa – The 1st Fixed Gear Bike Concept Retail cum Cafe

13 Jan

I mean, if you’re a fixie – You’ll definitely know Grafa.

The idea behind Grafa’s retail cum cafe concept originated from London – Look Mum No Hands. I browsed through the photos online and can confidently tell you that Grafa has definitely Malaysian-ised it and made it even cooler. To tell the truth, I am amazed at the effort they put together for you – “The Lepak Kaki”.

Grafa was launched just 2 months ago and the demand for fixed gear bike accessories is tremendous.

Grafa is open daily from 11am – 9pm, closed on Wednesdays. Log on to their Official Website or Facebook Page to find out more about them.

Address: No. 55, SS15/4B, 47600 Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia. View Map.
Tel No.: 03-5611 7600