Monthly Archive for September, 2008

Mr Mark Tay’s on the Newpaper article about music

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Guess what I found…

Quoted from the Newpaper, Sept 12 2008, ‘Who will be the next best thing’, by Germaine Lim:

Mark Tay from Low Intensity on 'the new paper'

Local musician Mark Tay, who plays in two-piece band Low Intensity, believes that to attain permanence, music needs to move people.

He said: ‘It has to enable the audience to understand the artiste and cause them to take action.’

Thought it was cute to know ‘low intensity band’ is on the news! Ok mark, we’ll write music that MOVEs people… heh.

Click here If you want to read the entire article. And here for a print friendly one.

3rd Busking session in town

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A big hello and thank you to those who are visiting. And if you actually got this url from our poster as you so deftly walked by last wed, an even bigger Wahoo! cos that would mean the money spent on that board of info went to good use. Continue reading ‘3rd Busking session in town’

3rd busking at Orchard Road in work clothes (not too “proper” busking attire)

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Our 3rd busking session on the 10th of September was kinda strange. Continue reading ‘3rd busking at Orchard Road in work clothes (not too “proper” busking attire)’

Low intensity’s busking poster

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Low intensity poster for busking

Low intensity poster for busking

So I figured that since we played originals, everyone would be clueless about what songs we’re singing. Hoping to bridge this communication gap; a big blank ” ” in the middle of our poster to write the song title we’re playing. Continue reading ‘Low intensity’s busking poster’

2nd Busking in Orchard Road underpass

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Low intensity's 2nd busking session at the taka-lucky plaza underpass

Low intensity at the taka-lucky plaza underpass

Hi to all the people who heard our music last night and a big thank you for all your gifts of appreciation.

It was quite a tiring session, standing and singing for almost 2 hours straight and going through, I reckon , all our songs twice. Continue reading ‘2nd Busking in Orchard Road underpass’