Audio visual delicacies from I Hate Max, Houg & Aidan Maizels. $5 entry.
I Hate Max:
Throwback retro. Think Joy Division meets Radiohead. Max has done a few gigs so far to good reception and is playing the next Lazer Highway at the Loop Bar.
Houg: Hip-Hop, RnB, Jazz and New Wave
An alumni of Sazy Lunday (Singaporean Post Punk Band) & Troodon (Singaporean Alternative + R&B Group). Houg has always tried to explore the diversity of various musical genres and with elements from Hip-Hop, RnB, Jazz and New Wave, Houg has self-released his first effort “The Death Process” through various digital channels.
Aidan Maizels: Ambient, psychedelic rock, progressive rock, classical fusion, instrumental
Finished with university, and eager to create, Aidan spent 9 months in his bedroom writing, recording, performing and producing what was to become his first solo album ‘Daydreams’.
Sophisticated and diverse, whilst avoiding the traps of self-indulgence, ‘Daydreams’ contains strong melodic guitar work that evokes touches of Tame Impala and Steve Hackett. With textures arranged and layered a la classical music, and building on forms found in jazz and ambient music, what results is a unique and moving listening experience that defies genre and rewards repeat listens.
Aidan’s tracks have received airplay on PBS FM, and his solo performances include multi-instrumental displays as well as live visuals.