Teenage Riot Kim Wong Singapore Community Radio

Teenage Riot with Kim Wong


The xx – ‘I Dare You’
Suede – ‘Killing Of A Flash Boy’
Manic Street Preachers – ‘Autumnsong’
The Cure – ‘Fascination Street’
Sex Pistols – ‘God Save The Queen’
Suede – ‘Stay Together’
The Jesus & Mary Chain – ‘Just Like Honey’
The xx – ‘VCR’
Yeah Yeah Yeahs – ‘Turn Into’
Depeche Mode – ‘Everything Counts’
The National – ‘Bloodbuzz Ohio’
Florence + The Machine – ‘Dog Days Are Over’
Arcade Fire – ‘No Cars Go’

Teenage Riot is the brainchild of DJ and art director Kim, transporting you to the halcyon days of grunge, indie, pop, and punk rock. Play loud. ⁠

About Kim Wong


Trading mixtapes with school friends, learning guitar solos from ‘God Save The Queen’, getting schooled on punk, grunge, and indie music in his teenage years — all of that has helped shape Kim Wong’s musical style today.

Kim has always dreamt of forming a fashionable punk band solely to play in Saint Laurent fashion shows — obviously, that dream is as unattainable as contacting the aliens.

Teenage Riot was born out of that imagination, a one-man music machine entertaining an entire generation of indie punk rockers. No boundaries, no apologies, just play it loud.

He is a vinyl junkie, the founder of SG Vinyl Junkies Facebook interest group, art director, self-taught DJ/selector of TeenageRiot, and one half of TeenagePop. And, lastly, a hustler.