Teenage Riot Kim Wong Singapore Community Radio
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Teenage Riot with Kim Wong

01.10.2020

Nirvana – ‘Scentless Apprentice’
Smashing Pumpkins – ‘Cherub Rock’
The Drums – ‘Skippin’ Town’
Muse – ‘Sing For Absolution’
Red Hot Chili Peppers – ‘Scar Tissue’
Radiohead – ‘High & Dry’
Lorde – ‘400 Lux’
Green Day – ‘When I Come Around’
The Cure – ‘Just Like Heaven’
Pearl Jam – ‘Alive’
Padres – ‘Teenage Story’
Kaiser Chiefs – ‘Na Na Na Na Naa’
Yeah Yeah Yeahs – ‘Gold Lion’
Suede – ‘Beautiful Ones’
The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart – ‘Stay Alive’
Arcade Fire – ‘Wake Up’
Muse – ‘Starlight’
The Ting Tings – ‘Great DJ’
The XX – ‘I Dare You’
Prince – ‘When Doves Cry’
The Chemical Brothers – ‘Hey Boy Hey Girl’
Blur – ‘Song 2’
Yeah Yeah Yeahs – ‘Maps’


About Kim Wong

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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.