Though Lush 99.5FM has shutdown, the love for local indie music continues to live on at the Museum of Independent Music ($5 per entry) where Tarmizee Taksen and Anvea Chieu have catalogued Singapore’s music scene in its entirety: vinyls from the ‘60s (The Quest) to cassette tapes made in the ‘90s (The Oddfellows), to more obscure genres like grindcore and screamo. Aside from listening to the artists showcased, there’s also video documentaries and the odd piece of memorabilia like a Yamaha RGX 110 Electric Guitar belonging to the veteran guitarist Suhaimi Subandie of local band Stompin’ Ground.
|Venue name:||Museum of Independent Music Singapore|
23 Madras Street
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 11am-6pm|
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