Tag Archive for 'low intensity'

Shout out to you!

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Just a simple way that we could talk to you guys, cos you know what they say… the internet can be a cold cold place… we wouldn’t want things getting too chilly out here. This is especially to those that have been following our “making of the band” journey. Warm Coco and marshy-mellows for you!

StarWorld’s Asia Uncut with Sheikh Haikel (Wheelock underpass)

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Off to another underpass! This time over at Wheelock Place where we observed that the normal passerbys were better dressed, more well groomed, had a louder *cluck* on the heel, better educated and overall more polished. That’s of course according to the ‘Census 2008 Singapore underpass population’. Continue reading ‘StarWorld’s Asia Uncut with Sheikh Haikel (Wheelock underpass)’

ChannelNewsAsia i-journalist: Low Intensity’s busking interview with Nina E Varghese

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Woot!! Thank you I-journalist for dropping by the tunnel and spending a little time speaking with us bout music and busking. Was great to meet you guys!

On hindsight, Jason and I seriously gave host Nina a pretty crummy time. Continue reading ‘ChannelNewsAsia i-journalist: Low Intensity’s busking interview with Nina E Varghese’


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(a continuation of previous article here) Finally, I managed to get an copy of this article…thanks to the fantastic magazine AUGUST MAN, and to the diligent photographer Yong-the-mooky-veggie. We’re able to cryogenically-cyberspace a piece of printed mag for your viewing pleasure. Thanks Mark. Continue reading ‘BUSK IN THE CITY-AUGUST MAN NOVEMBER 2008, Pg 84 by Mark Tay’

First professional recording session

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local singapore band low intensity professional recording

Last Saturday 15th November, the 3 of us (Mark, Damon and me) went to a studio to do our recording. Located along Joo Chiat Road, Sound Advice was to me quite impressive, especially with their entire set up. Like you could visually see the person in the recording room from the mixing room so if Mark sang something that was off, we could just shake our heads and he got it. Continue reading ‘First professional recording session’