Moonshine: A Homemade Music Show May Edition Part 1, 9th May 2013.
Here’s the newly renovated Laundry Bar!
Note the bar has extended past the pillar, so you can’t walk through there as you could before.
The inside, with a very cool staircase.
Love the deco.
Some freaky-looking masks.
Love the retro sofas!
Paolo Delfino, first act of the night.
His brother on drums.
Ian on a tiny keyboard.
Paolo’s guitar. Its Floyd Rose floating bridge is really shiny!
You can get an idea woody Laundry Bar looks.
How the main audience area looks now.
Paolo, refreshingly electric.
Next up: Paladin, cello band.
Of course, they had one drummer to keep rhythm.
Florian Antler, band leader and celloist who plays many of the lead lines.
They played songs like Muse – Hysteria, Iron Maiden – The Trooper, Search – Fantasia Bulan Madu and Metallica – Welcome Home (Sanitarium), with the help of multi-effects pedals.
My favorite was Fantasia Bulan Madu. I guess that if I had to prove my Malaysian citizenship, I’d do it by singing the solo.
Melina William of Tempered Mental came up, to play bass and sing for a song of Tempered Mental’s that they were covering…
Pitahati, spacey and upbeat.
I’ve to admit that the lights behind don’t help my case unless I can get it when it looks like this.
The awesome folk-playing folk, Shahridir & Nizam P. This is Shahridir. They played favorites like Sighyoung (when he went by the name Sherry) and Babi.
The multi-tasking Nizam P. I wonder if P stands for Percussion.