What to listen to this weekend: Korean new wave, pop-rock, jazz, edm and electronica
MUSIC | Singapore International Jazz Festival 2017 We can't rave enough about Sing Jazz 2017. A quick breakdown: Friday sees Corinne Bailey Rae, Giles Peterson and Basement Jaxx; Saturday sees Esperanza Spalding and Rudimental before finishing Sunday off with David Foster.
31 March to 2 April, various timings at Marina Bay Sands. Click here to book tickets.
ARTS |Asian Culture & Music Series hosted by Asian Civilisations Museum As a teaser to the museum's upcoming exhibit, 'Joseon Korea: Court Treasures and City Life' on 22 April, new wave Korean music group Noreum Machi will be showing off their blend of traditional Korean sounds and contemporary vibes with percussion and wind instruments that harmonise yin and yang. You can also sign up for a kimbap-making workshop, so come hungry.
31 March to 1 April, 7pm to 9pm and 1pm to 9pm respectively at Asian Civilisations Museum. Click here for more details.
MUSIC | CITY65 Kult Kafe Pop-Up Gig: stillsunrise As a prelude to their main event, chill with your kids, pets and CITY65 for an afternoon of food, drinks and local music from The Final 1 finalist Glenn Wee and his band stillsunrise and CITY65's very own festival director Michael B and festival manager Jonathan Meur.
1 April, 4pm to 8pm at Kult Kafe. Click here for more details. Click here to book your tickets.
MUSIC | Armin Only Embrace Widely regarded as one of the world's biggest DJs and producers within electronic dance music for 20 whopping years, Armin Van Burren brings together Only Embrace, a solo set with live performances of internationally acclaimed artists as Mr. Probz, Kensington, Eric Vloeimans, Cimo Fränkel, Betsie Larkin, Angel Taylor and BullySongs. There's also an official after-party at CÉ LA VI.
1 April, 4pm to 11.30pm at The Meadow, Gardens by the Bay. Click here to book your tickets.
ART | The Universe and Art by ArtScience Museum
"We are all made of stars", sang Moby. This could be true — find out how religion, humanity and astronomy are woven in ArtScience Museum's newest exhibition, which sees early texts from Galileo and Isaac Newton alongside ancient star charts and contemporary reimaginings of the universe.
1 April to 30 April , 10am to 7pm at ArtScience Museum. Click here to book your tickets.