Septober Dotters’ Division


13th September 2014: LOT 36: Dotters’ Division, at The Bee, Lot 36, Publika.


Dotters D featuring Sachie Amira! Yes that’s a picture I took!


From here, of course.


So here’s Rebecca on drums!


Joey on bass! (Yes, that’s her expression when you call her Joey.)


Linet the keyboardist and band leader.


Melissa the guitarist and singer. My friend asked if she was Indian, because the stage lights were strongly colored most of the time and he couldn’t tell. I had to show him this picture to convince him otherwise.


Jie Er. Okay lah.


The bashful crowd.


Guest vocalist Sachie Amira!


Their repertoire switched up a bit, adding Meghan Trainor – All About That Bass and Jessie J – Bang Bang. They’re having a lot of fun with this song!


This would be the first time I’d bring the Sony Alpha 7s to see them. Linet took this picture of Tiah, albeit misfocused due to the difficulty of manual focusing the Mitakon/ZhongYi Speedmaster 50mm F0.95 for those not familiar.


Linet’s ready for the future…


…while others are forced into slavery.


I think Adrienne took this picture with my infrared Sony Alpha NEX-5. So pretty!


The week after, 20th September 2014.


Denim theme time!


Linet, wardrobe coordinator.


Evelyn Feroza, guest vocalist.


27th September 2014: Ashley Choong(as) on congas.


The other end of the stage was the stickwoman.


Amused Cheras gangster.


I tell you ah…


Yeah, I like slinging my guitars up high too.


I didn’t notice at first, but I didn’t really get any shots of Ashley from the front, other than this one.


It was also David Teoh’s birthday, with drinks to wipe your memory! Minum semua bersih!


Later, at the mamak.


I think it’s obvious who the credit for this picture goes to.


11th October 2014.


Halloween’s the theme, and it feels like my home… except my home is dusty like this all year.


Damn, I’d not seen Rebecca this way before.


…or Melissa, either. *hides*


Member of Parliament for Segambut, Lim Lip Eng, spotted! The Bee, Publika, is in the Segambut constituency.


DJ Khye, guest musician for the night.


I find overexposure one of the few tactics to handle difficult stage lighting.


Bleeps and bloops in front, and a Korg at the back.


I also just bought a 64 GB 95MB/s read, 90MB/s write SanDisk Extreme PRO SDXC UHS-I SD card, allowing me to finally shoot a 120 frames per second 1080p video (albeit in APS-C crop mode, on the A7S.) So here’s a video of them starting Daft Punk – Get Lucky, shifted down to 24 frames per second, with the audio moved 2 octaves up (meaning the sound is slowed down 5 times then sped up 4 times.)


After-show group picture.


Your mission, if you choose to accept it…

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