5 things to do this weekend: 2 - 4 February
Spin it up
PARTY | KIV
Championing the bolder side of the local electronic music scene are homegrown talents Kiat, Intriguant and Vandetta, who will be playing their vibrant sonic palette for an extraordinary evening under the stars. Featuring NUS Electronic Music Lab's btcprox (Bryan Tan) as the opening act for this electronica evening, your dancing streak is sure to reach an all-time high.
2 February, 7.30pm till 9.30pm at NUS UTown.
FILM | Daniel Day-Lewis Retrospective 2018
In light of Day-Lewis' remarkable performances that proved no role too difficult and no accent too obscure, The Projector will be screening a series of achingly memsmerising films by the 61-year-old who recently came back with one last curtain call in Phantom Thread. From Day-Lewis' earliest breakthrough in My Beautiful Laundrette to the three-time Oscar winner's illustrious masterpiece in My Left Foot, his ability to delve into any character will leave you in awe.
Till 11 February at The Projector.
TALK | TED X LASALLE: Make Me
Join Singapore's most notable drag queen Becca D'Bus, former Bloomberg TV producer Sarah Bagharib and plus size model Priscilla Boh in the TEDx initiative on present-day issues from the perspective of individuals who have travelled off the beaten path. The half-day event encompasses meticulously curated topics that will be delivered through each speaker's turbulent experiences and struggles with self-doubt in their adolescent years through adulthood.
4 February, 1pm till 4.30pm at LASALLE College of the Arts.
MUSIC | TRIBE with Revision X Choice Cuts
Take your pre-loved vinyl out for a swap or snag some local records and merchandise at the music market happening this weekend. Lined up for the evening of festivities are handpicked DJ sets from RAH and Senja, who will be sharing the stage with Choice Cuts Goods + Coffee in all things hip hop and reggae to rare groove and house.
4 February, 4pm till 10pm at Camp Kilo Charcoal Club.
MUSIC | Barber Shop by Timbre
Bringing you strong grooves of alt-rock and techno, renowned DJ KoFlow and Jaelee's turntable magic is sure to cater to every music lover's needs. Besides a live band performance by Singapore's only Incubus tribute band, Inkquebus, expect diverse fringe activities from pop up stores to live skate demo stations.
4 February, 4pm till 8pm at Barber Shop by Timbre.