25th February 2014: Feedback Open Mic / 90s Throwback @ The Bee Publika ft Shelley Leong & Seth Lael / February 2014 Edition! Fuzzy who sings a song I can’t get out of my head.
Nazrin covers Barenaked Ladies – Allstar. Truly 90s.
Steve Aoki spotted at the counter.
Nurul Zaina, all smiles.
Fahmi Reza and Lew Pik-Svonn, awesome activists – for their work in making activism accessible to the younger crowd.
I’d bumped into them after hearing of another gig going on at Black Box, Publika – DOOM – Live in Kuala Lumpur!
Came back to see Lost Symmetry.
Shelley Leong, first featured act of the night.
Shelley had taken on more instruments than I’d seen her with before – meet the percussive instruments!
Her husband Seth, on guitar.
With that poke, his guitar transformed into an electric guitar.
Shelley, with awesome hair. I say this as I reminisce my previous long-haired hairstyle.
Seth has a cool gadget on his guitar…
…that interfaces with his iPad and iPhone!
Seth Lael, second featured act of the night.
He had some very unique-sounding music. Also, Zalila on djembe!
Remy J. doing an interesting variation – an emo four-piece band, unlike his happy solo self. It was pretty nice to hear this variation, though!
Keino Mess. Awesome fro, bro!
They have this awesome Rage Against The Machine-like sound!
Tight three-piece band.
Perhaps I should’ve asked, “Did it hurt when you fell from heaven?” to have her reply, “Yes, I have the foot injury to prove it.”
Joined by his bandmate from Bassment Syndicate, Marcus.
Basil won the challenge, to do the best rendition of a 90s song.