The Hear65 guide to gigs you can catch this September

The Hear65 guide to gigs you can catch this September

What better way to celebrate September than by checking out amazing homegrown music? Lucky for you, there’s tons of ways to do that this month, from EP launches to local musicians taking the stage at the highly anticipated Singapore Grand Prix. Check them out below!

Keisey's Get A Look At Yourself EP Launch

Date: 8 September
Venue: SLED Productions x DECLINE

Alternative pop-punk band Keisey is set to release its debut EP next month, and they'll be throwing an EP launch party to help commemorate the accomplishment. They'll also be roping in some friends, the likes of Take-Off, Koji, Knightingale, I, Devotion and more to join in on the fun. 

For more info on the show, click here

Bennett Bay In Memory Of Album Launch

Date: 9 September
Venue: Esplanade Recital Studio

Bennett Bay will take over the Esplanade Recital Studio for the launch of his sophomore album, In Memory Of. Back with a 17-piece band, Bennett will make a significant return to his post-rock roots while paying tribute to a friend of his who passed away five years ago. 

For more info on the show, click here

Music Matters Live

Date: 10 - 12 September
Venue: Various Locations

Music Matters Live returns this year with an eclectic line-up of local and international performers including iNCH, Bakers In Space, Retrofocus and more. 

For more info, click here

Singapore Grand Prix 2018 

Date: 14 to 16 September
Venue: Marina Bay Street Circuit

The highly-anticipated 11th edition of the Singapore Grand Prix returns this September with one of its strongest musical line-ups ever featuring homegrown talents such as Joanna Dong, THELIONCITYBOY, Myrne, M1LD1FE and more. 

For more info and tickets, click here

Subsonic Eye's Dive Into Album Launch 

Date: 22 September
Venue: Canvas Club

Local dream-pop band Subsonic Eye is back with their highly anticipated sophomore album Dive Into and they'll be throwing an album launch to celebrate the record. They'll be joined by Fauxe, Spacedays, Coming Up Roses, Sobs, Middle Class Cigars and Cherie Ko. The best part is, the entire gig is free. 

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