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Nightcap with DJ Itch

10.04.2021

Hiroshi Sato (佐藤博) – ‘You’re My Baby’
Lovers Paradise – ‘Seaside Lovers’
Noriyo Ikeda (池田典代) – ‘Dream In The Street’
Yukihiro Takahashi (高橋ユキヒロ) – ‘Elastic Dummy’
99.99 – ‘Amazin’ & Amusin”
Aman Shah – ‘Ku Curah Kasih Sayang Padamu’
Rosemaria – ‘Jiran Baruku’
Yasmin – ‘Tiada Guna Berpura’
Jamal Abdillah – ‘Menanti Kasih’
Fujimaru Band – ‘I Know It’s Gonna Last’
S. Kiyotaka & Omega Tribe – ‘Trade Wind’
Yurie Kokubu (国分友里恵) – ‘Snob Na Yorue (スノッブな夜へ)’
AB’s – ‘Flight 007’
Maria Asahina (朝比奈マリア) – ‘Disco Gal’
Spectrum – ‘Tomato Ippatsu’
Discovery – ‘Gembira Berdansa’
Carefree – ‘Ratu Dansa (Tarian Patung)’
Allycats – ‘Kasih Mu’
Junko Ohashi (大橋純子) – ‘Telephone Number’
Meiko Nakahara (中原めいこ) – ‘Fantasy’
黃慧文 – ‘開心鬼’
Yukako Hayase (早瀬優香子) – ‘Sartor De Nemurenai (サルトルで眠れない)’
Yurie Kokubu (国分友里恵) – ‘Tobashite Taxi Man (とばしてTaxi Man)’
Yasuha (泰葉) – ‘Flyday Chinatown’
比莉 – ‘熱情沙灘’
洪小援 with The Stylers – ‘牛肉棵條’
Electro Keyboard Orchestra – ‘The Iron Side’
Tatsuro Yamashita (山下達郎) – ‘Love Space’
Tatsuro Yamashita (山下達郎) – ‘Ride On Time’
Minako Yoshida (吉田美奈子) – ‘Midnight Driver’
Noriki – ‘You Need Me’
梅艷芳 – ‘Oh No! Oh Yes!’
Tokyo Square – ‘Within You’ll Remain’
Akemi Ishii (石井明美) – ‘Cha-Cha-Cha’
1986 Omega Tribe – ‘Stay Girl, Stay Pure’
Sandra Hohn – ‘Love Squall’

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Guest Mix by A/K/A SOUNDS

20.03.2021

Expect vast and fluid bass sounds from this sterling mix by A/K/A SOUNDS, who has commanded dancefloors far and wide over the years.


About A/K/A SOUNDS

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A/K/A SOUNDS is part of bass music collective BAOWBAOW and ATTAGIRL!, an all-girl collective aimed at bringing together women in arts and music.

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Guest Mix by Pamcy

09.04.2021

Pamcy is a house producer from the Philippines carving her own lane. The tracks in her latest EP, Sauce Aisle, take their name from various Asian condiments, inspired by her time exploring food in Singapore.⁠

Her Guest Mix infuses flavours from her favourite records — infectious floor-burners, psychedelic delights and more. ⁠


About Pamcy

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Pamcy is an electronic music producer and DJ based in Manila, Philippines. She has a colorful, DIY approach to house music—she layers her beats with synths, bits of vocal samples, groovy basslines, and all sorts of bleeps.

She has released her music digitally and in limited edition cassettes through Healthy Tapes in Australia, Z Tapes in Slovakia, and Genjitsu Stargazing Society in the Philippines.

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Future of Work, Now by Salesforce

(Guest: Wendy Walker)

Forbes declared Singapore an international model for mental health. With that raising a lot of questions — especially with rising mental health issues in the workplace — we have Wendy Walker speaking on avoiding burnout and learning to adapt with Simone Heng, all on Future of Work, Now.⁠

The Future of Work, Now podcast focuses on how we work and connect has fundamentally changed. It will highlight the people and businesses that are leading with values, changing the way we work, and bettering our community.

The podcast comprises four seasons where business leaders, members of the community, and thought-provoking guests will discuss key themes such as Business as a Platform for Change, Future of Work, Technology in Hyperspeed, and the Digital Imperative.

Listen to more episodes of Future of Work, Now by Salesforce:

Ebony Blackwith
Maya Hari
Nadya Hutagalung
Leow Yangfa
Theresa Goh
Vala Afshar
Goh Shuet-Li
Fiza Malhotra
Anthea Ong
Peter Schwartz
Stuart Thornton
Avis Easteal


About Salesforce

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Salesforce is a customer relationship management solution that brings customers and companies together. It’s one integrated CRM platform that gives all your departments — including marketing, sales, commerce, and service — a single, shared view of every customer.

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Mushroomed by Object Lessons Space

06.04.2021

Charcoal is often associated with drawing or sketching. In the case of artist Mahalakshmi Kannappan, she uses it to great sculptural effect: creating three-dimensional forms that play with textures and differences in light refraction.⁠

In this episode of Mushroomed, Object Lessons Space speaks to the artist about her enduring relationship with charcoal, and how she handles such a tactile and sensuous medium.⁠

Watch more episodes of Mushroomed by Object Lessons Space:

Episode 1
Episode 2
Episode 3
Episode 4
Episode 5

About Object Lessons Space

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Object Lessons Space is an art historical archive and platform that documents conversations with artists, writers, and curators.

Through our work, we hope to create nuanced, sensitive and intersectional dialogue around art. In a cultural landscape where content is often driven by social media’s frenzied pace, we are committed towards facilitating honest conversations and slow consumption for our readers.

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Chloe Ho

31.03.2021

Chloe Ho is an open-hearted singer-songwriter breaking new ground in Singapore with singles such as ‘Here’s To Coming Out’, ‘Raincoat’, and ‘Let’s Never Talk About It’. She performs her latest work on SGCR.

This performance was made possible by the Dorothy Cheung Memorial Fund.

About Chloe Ho

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Chloe Ho made her debut in 2018 with indie-pop single “Anytime” while pursuing her diploma in Music and Audio Technology in Singapore Polytechnic. She then released “Here’s to Coming Out” with a performance for her graduation showcase in March 2019, a song written to inspire courage and empathize with closeted individuals. During this time, she also featured and wrote “Raincoat”, a single produced by Kieron Lee.

In May 2019, she released her first EP titled “Sorry ‘bout Your Shoulder”, which she described as “mostly inspired by the state of feeling sorrowful for crying on someone’s shoulders and burdening them constantly with personal issues.”

Heavily influenced by late artist Mac Miller, Chloe incorporates sections of rap in her recent releases like Grocery Shopping (produced by Elliot Tan) and Fake Jazz (produced by INKSOUL). She follows a wide range of artists with many different styles of music such as Rex Orange County, Kehlani, UMI, Mac Ayres, Joji, Omar Apollo, Allen Stone, Lianne La Havas, Berhana, Lawrence and many more.

Whilst enjoying the ambience of the riverside, Chloe busked every weekend on the Clarke Quay Bridge performing both covers and originals. Though it was something she started to build up her self esteem and stage confidence, she started gaining interest and garnered a huge following on Spotify, recently recognised by local artist and musician Charlie Lim.

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BEHOLD!

30.03.2021

Before Perfect Blue was unleashed to audiences in 1997, no other film — animated or live-action — blurred the lines between fantasy and reality in contemporary Japan so vividly.⁠

The classic thriller by Satoshi Kon gets discussed in this week’s BEHOLD!, along with the recursive meta writing of Adaptation, the emotional exploitation of the acting process in Madeline’s Madeline, and the deconstruction of ego in Birdman.⁠


About Genre Equality

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Genre Equality is a monthly podcast reviewing fantasy, horror, and science fiction content hosted by Hidzir Junaini and Isa Foong. The duo also hosts the bi-monthly BEHOLD!, which features a deeper dive into the pop-culture touchstones they love.

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Guest Mix by Mary Sue

23.03.21

Mary Sue takes us on a voyage of 70s Taiwanese funk, 60s ska, underground UK trap, and moody indie bops on this Guest Mix.

Tian Niu – ‘等你在雨中-恬妞 Waiting For You in The Rain’
Jimmy Cliff – ‘King of Kings’
Jadasea – ‘SOUTHSIDE (feat. John Glacier)’
AB001 – ‘Beauty Sleep’
Keiths Mansfield – ‘Before Summer Ends’
ruru – ‘strange world’
Slauson Malone – ‘safe’
Bohannon – ‘Come Winter’
MIKE – ‘fortune teller’
Tatsuro Yamashita – ‘Storm’
Jaso – ‘divine freestyle’
Standing On The Corner – ‘Girl’
Sawalee Phakaphan – ‘จำเลยรัก – สวลี ผกาพันธุ์ Defendant of Love’
Strawberry Guy – ‘What Would I Do’
Mavi – ‘One Foot’
Fabulous Performers – ‘Oh How You Hurt Me’


About Mary Sue

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Future of Work, Now by Salesforce

(Guest: Avis Easteal)

Handling a host of luxury brands — the list goes on from Balenciaga and Hermès to much more — Avis Easteal is the Regional Head of Consumer at Luxasia, where she currently leads the consumer journey across the whole group, including bricks and mortar and eCommerce.⁠

In this episode, Avis explains her love for data, navigating the meaning of equality, and getting interested in make-up and skincare for the first time in her life.⁠

The Future of Work, Now podcast focuses on how we work and connect has fundamentally changed. It will highlight the people and businesses that are leading with values, changing the way we work, and bettering our community.

The podcast comprises four seasons where business leaders, members of the community, and thought-provoking guests will discuss key themes such as Business as a Platform for Change, Future of Work, Technology in Hyperspeed, and the Digital Imperative.

Listen to more episodes of Future of Work, Now by Salesforce:

Ebony Blackwith
Maya Hari
Nadya Hutagalung
Leow Yangfa
Theresa Goh
Vala Afshar
Goh Shuet-Li
Fiza Malhotra
Anthea Ong
Peter Schwartz
Stuart Thornton


About Salesforce

Website | Facebook | Instagram

Salesforce is a customer relationship management solution that brings customers and companies together. It’s one integrated CRM platform that gives all your departments — including marketing, sales, commerce, and service — a single, shared view of every customer.

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BEHOLD!

16.03.2021

This episode of BEHOLD! dives into their favourite documentary comedies — the shows that find uncomfortable humour and profound insight into human nature. ⁠

Featured are the outlandish business ideas of Nathan For You, the mundane yet poignant advice of How To With John Wilson, and the sleight-of-hand social experimentation of Magic For Humans.⁠


About Genre Equality

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Genre Equality is a monthly podcast reviewing fantasy, horror, and science fiction content hosted by Hidzir Junaini and Isa Foong. The duo also hosts the bi-monthly BEHOLD!, which features a deeper dive into the pop-culture touchstones they love.