M’sian DJ rEmPiT g0dDe$$ Will be Joining Deb Never, Thuy & More at This Women-Led Music Festival in SG!

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Starting off with just making deconstructed covers of pop music, Victoria Yam a.k.a rEmPiT g0dDe$$ has come a long way since 2017. While she has been active in our underground scene, the Malaysian DJ made the country proud by representing us at Maho Rasop Festival in Bangkok under Boiler Room, last November.

She was the only Malaysian on stage alongside 10 other international acts! To help you grasp how major that is – Boiler Room is THE platform for underground DJs from around the world and has featured prominent artists like Radiohead’s Thom Yorke, Kaytranada and more.

It’s only been going up for rEmPiT g0dDe$$ as she will soon be joining the stage alongside Asian-American musicians Deb Never, thuy, Lyn Lapid and other amazing artists at the women-led music festival The Alex Blake Charlie Sessions(ABSC).

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Organised by 24Owls, the festival’s second instalment is coming back bigger and better at the Pasir Panjang Power Station in Singapore starting from 21 to 25 February.

Check out the full line-up here:


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This year’s line-up continues the festival’s streak of balancing a mix of exciting international names and rising acts.

Besides rEmPiT g0dDe$$, headliners include the critically acclaimed American indie-rock darling Soccer Mommy, moody Asian-American singer Deb Never, Vietnamese-American soulstress thuy, fearless genre-breaker Lyn Lapid, viral Korean-American multi-instrumentalist Luna Li, Japanese ambient folk artist Ichiko Aoba, SG’s alt-rock trio Coming Up Roses, SG-based Indonesian DJ Kindergarchy, SG fashion designer/DJ Nicolette, Romanian DJ and producer Nusha and South Korean producer/DJ Didi Han.

More acts are expected to be announced in the coming weeks too!

Besides the amazing music – for the first time ever, a pop-up bookstore, an art lane, film screenings, and a Friday night club party will also be happening at ABCS from 21 to 24 Feb!

1. The Best Seats In The House x The Projector

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A showcase of astonishing films made by women and about women, loved by both viewers and critics. Look forward to exclusive Singapore premieres of Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist – on 21 Feb, Joyride on 22 Feb, Nothing Compares on 23 Feb and lastly, Aftersun on 24 Feb.

2. Sweet Somethings x Chio Books

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A pop-up book cafe where female authors reign, a dessert bar serving up cocktails and elegantly-fashioned sweets, and a supper club – all in one! You can witness the genius of Ukrainian pastry chef Dinara Kasko whose creations look absolutely too good to be eaten.

You can also pop over to the nearby book corner which features a special selection of books about food, music, lifestyle pursuits and topical issues about women curated by Chio Books.

3. EYES on…

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An art lane recognising the work of artists poised for creative greatness: Alison M. Low, Geraldine Lim, Quinatasya, The Hydrogen Explorer, and Wondebra Loh.

There will also be a special exhibition dedicated to the 20-year-career of Kelley Cheng: editor, writer, curator, spatial design, graphic design, video director, interactive designer, educator, and even F&B and art gallery owner. The founder and creative director of The Press Room, her creations have made its mark on the collective evolution of the nation’s graphic design scene and also cemented her status in the international design jury circuit.

4. The Nest Club Sessions


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Especially for party devotees, a pre-festival DJ night run by women who are changing Singapore’s DJ game.

Presenting a trio of new and seasoned female DJs – AYA, a rising star in the scene for her hypnotic, high-energy sets; Ej Missy, a veteran who blurs the line between uplifting house grooves and deep, dark techno beats; and Kylie Nicole a new star committed to serving “bangin’, dirty ghetto house tunes, chili padi style”.

Tickets are on sale now and are available for $105 (RM343). At-the-door tickets will be $125 (RM408). Meanwhile, events from 21 to 24 Feb will be $35 (RM114) per night.

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