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Live music events
Singapore International Jazz Festival 2015
Following its successful debut, the festival returns to Marina Bay Sands with more than 250 artists from mainstream, smooth soul, R&B, contemporary pop and acid jazz. The line-up features headliner Jessie J, pianist and composer Ramsey Lewis, trumpeter Chris Botti, fusion-jazz group Snarky Puppy and Singapore's very own Jeremy Monteiro.
Club nights and DJ gigs
Bottin: Dangerously Disco
Led by '70s Italian disco influences, the Venice-based DJ/producer has remixed major Italian pop artists, released a couple of records and worked countless crowds with his blend of deep funk, contemporary electronica and nu disco.
From spinning at underground clubs in 2010 to releasing mixes with labels such as Dirt Crew and Tsuba, the duo of Lars Dales and Maarten Smeets end up on our shores as part of their world tour.
After releasing noteworthy productions through the Global Underground and Paradigm Musik imprints, Saiz started his own label, Natura Sonoris (Nature of Sound), in 2008 to rep names like Cora Novoa, Ryan David and Sistema. Get moving to his mix of electronica, disco, house and techno.
Dr Packer: DYSKO
Get down to the infectious beats of disco, funk, house and soul with Aussie DJ Dr Packer, Ya5th and Brendon P.
Having been nominated for a Grammy four times and with thousands of tracks to his name, Kenny Dope spins a wicked mash-up of house, hip hop, Latin, funk, raggae, jazz and alternative pop - he'll whip up a show to be remembered.
Before the basement that is kyo undergoes a revamp, party to the tune of house and techno with names like Haan, Zig Zach, EJ Missy, Godwin P and Norman C.