Lapalux – Live in Singapore
Monday, 05 November 2018
Venue: 21 Tanjong Pagar Road #01-02/04 S(088444)
Time: 8pm -10:30pm
Tickets: Early Bird $28 / Advance $38 / Doors $50 (Cash terms only)
Event Link: Here
Kilo Lounge has a 21-&-above age limit policy for club events.
Moonbats Asia is excited to present Lapalux Live in Singapore!
The esteemed British electronic producer will be making his debut live set at Kilo Lounge.
5 November 2018 – Deepavali Eve
(Please note this is an early show at Kilo Lounge!)
Early Bird $28 / Advance $38
Doors $50 (Cash terms only)
Tickets at www.moonbeats.asia
Stuart Howard, known to most as the longstanding and always-innovative Brainfeeder producer Lapalux, has experienced the kind of musical career that has the ability to leave individuals scratching their heads in equal parts wonder and admiration. After sending a simple spec email to Brainfeeder label owner and electronic music titan Flying Lotus back in 2010, Lapalux was quickly signed to the cult label where he released a stream of EPs and remixes for the likes of Bonobo, Andreya Triana, and Lianne La Havas amongst others.
The wide recognition Lapalux received early in his career easily attests to his abilities as a producer and artist on the vanguard of electronica, however, this whirlwind success wasn’t merely attained in the short year between his chance email and the achievements that followed. On the contrary, Lapalux began making music as a youngster living in Essex, where he picked up his first guitar at the age 11 and, as with much of the technique embodied in his music, took an unorthodox approach to music-making. Rather than simple strumming, he began to manipulate, reverse, overdub and subsequently record the sounds into an old computer his mother had bought. Thus marked a moment of instinct and ingenuity that would continue to delineate his sound.
Each of his previous albums – “Nostalchic” and “Lustmore” respectively, had sold out album launches and his millions of Spotify streams, as well as his plethora of radio mixes, have continued to propel his career into a direction that sees no sign of slowing down. His extensive touring history and sets at venerated festivals like Sonar and Field Day have garnered the attention of both fans and critics on an international scale.
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