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Moonbeats Asia Warehouse Party 2016

We're cookin' up a special party for you folks this Labour Day, with a celebratory 'ALL PLAY, NO WORK!' attitude during this public holiday. Prepare to unwind to a lineup of performances featuring our local signature treat EATMEPOPTART with KidG, followed by French multiinstrumentalist FRENCH KIWI JUICE who will be bringing exciting new material to his live show, and we're welcoming back British electronic music duo BONDAX to close this power-packed night! 



Moonbeats Warehouse Party Lineup | Ryan Hemsworth

FKJ (real name Vincent Fenton), Roche Musique iconic artist unveiled his first album French Kiwi Juice and invite us into his world.
Always holding a very recognizable groove, the elegant multi-instrumentalist announces the beautiful days come back
with relaxed nevertheless elegant and beautiful songs. 

He started as a sound engineer in cinemas before beginning his career in music. Music has always been a part of his life, indeed he started to compose songs at 13 and recorded his first track at 14, in his uncle’s studio. This self-taught man is also a multi-instrumentalist and mastered everything in
studio and on stage. FKJ is an accomplished musician who plays the guitar, bass, saxophone, piano and many more.



Moonbeats Warehouse Party Lineup | Slow Magic

British duo Bondax, consisting of musicians Adam Kaye and George Townsend, initially attracted interest through BBC Introducing, a system of discovering undiscovered and unsigned music, which eventually got them airtime on BBC Radio 1 from DJs Annie Mac and Nick Grimshaw. The pair, hailing from Lancaster, Lancashire, released a steady flow of tracks between 2011 and 2012, including “Just Smile for Me” and Baby I Got That,” which blurred lines between musical genres. Additionally in 2012, the group started their own Justus Records, with Karma Kid’s “It’s Always” as the first release. Production came to a halt in 2013 when the duo lost a laptop containing new material while they were on tour in Bulgaria. Following the loss, they managed to write new tracks including their biggest hit to date, “All I See.” The single was released in 2014, and included the vocals of British vocalist Tanya Lacey.


Singapore's favourite POPTART is ready to roll out and power up the dancefloor with an electrifying mix of Indie Pop, Alternative Rock, Punk Rock, Electro and some nostalgic 80s, 90s & 00s goodies! #neverlosethatfeeling


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