Five things to do this weekend: 8 - 10 April
It's all about the music
FILM | Mee Pok Man: 20 Years
While tonight's screening and discussion with director Eric Khoo and actors Lim Kay Tong and Michelle Goh are sold out, you can still celebrate the 20th anniversary of Mee Pok Man with more screenings and talks in the weeks to come, which include a discussion on the restoration and examination of the legacy and impact of the iconic Singaporean film.
Till 23 April at The Projector. Tickets here.
BOOKS | STEIDL DECK: 1001 Steidl Books
If you loved The Little Black Jacket by Karl Lagerfeld and Carine Roitfeld in 2012, you'll love DECK's new exhibition featuring books from its publisher and book-maker, Gerhard Steidl. With 60 percent of his library dedicated to photography books, you'll be leafing through lesser-known titles by the likes of Lagerfeld, Juergen Teller, Glen Luchford and Ai Weiwei while the smooth sounds of jazz permeates the air.
Till 22 May at DECK. For more information, click here.
PARTY | The Sunday Tribe
Enjoy the best Afro-tinged vibes at this market and music party. By day, enjoy an art market where vinyl fans can shop for wares from Straits Records, or sample some good old Jamaican jerk chicken at the rooftop barbecue. By nightfall, dance to Afro beats courtesy of Ramesh, Kenneth Francis and Joshua P.
10 April, from 3pm till late at Refuge. For more information, click here.
MUSIC | Saycet + Anoraak
If you love the sounds of MGMT, M83 and Neon Indian, you'll love Anoraak. France's electronica favourite will be performing his set with Saycet, another French export who's known for his pop-electro sound.
10 April, 7.30-10.30pm at Kult Kafe. Tickets here.
MUSIC | The Future is and is To Be
Bassist Dale Roswald from local rockers ANECHOIS is departing Singapore, and what better way to send the fella off than with a going away gig. Fellow local bands Paris In The Making and .gif will also be performing.
10 April, 7pm at The Music Parlour. Tickets at the door.
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