Fred Perry Subculture Live is getting a digital spin this year.
Celebrating music and street culture, the annual event has announced its new date and lineup with a fresh live stream format in view of the coronavirus situation. Set for Saturday, 14 November, the show will entail a night of performances by some of the region’s hottest acts, from Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia.
On the list this year are Singaporean indie-pop band, M1LDL1FE, contemporary pop singer-songwriter, Linying; Malaysia punk-rock act, No Good, ska legends, Gerhana Skacinta; and Indonesian alt-rockers, Reality Club.
The show will begin at 7PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time), streaming from their event page on Facebook here.
The initiative by clothing brand Fred Perry aims to create “unconventional gig experiences” while spotlighting up-and-coming, as well as well-known music talents. This is backed by Fred Perry’s relationship with music and street style since the 1950s, which led to the eventual launch of Subculture Live by the legendary Paul Weller at The 100 Club – the oldest independent music venue in Britain – in September 2005.
Stay updated with their event page here.