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TOKiMONSTA with Attagirl at OverEasy Singapore
November 18, 2017 @ 10:00 pm - November 19, 2017 @ 3:00 am
TOKiMONSTA heads back to Singapore with her freshest tracks in the bag and we at Moonbeats Asia couldn’t be prouder to present this fighter come November, alongside all ladies collective ATTAGIRL!. You know it’s going to be a real power-packed night and you don’t wanna miss it.
MOONBEATS ASIA PRESENTS TOKiMONSTA (US)
╳ ADMISSION (18+) ╳
EARLY BIRD – $30 (sold out)
HAPPY THREE FRIENDS (3 pax) – $90
DOORS – $40
Tickets out now at http://www.moonbeats.asia
╳ TABLE PACKAGE & DRINK PROMOS ╳
$10++ HOUSEPOUR SPIRITS (GLS) FROM 10PM – 11PM
$12++ HOUSEPOUR SPIRITS (GLS) FROM 11PM ONWARDS
$50++ FOR A BUCKET OF CORONA (5 BTLS)
4-PAX TABLE: $200++ (INCLUDES ONE BOTTLE OF GREY GOOSE / BOMBAY SAPPHIRE / MONKEY SHOULDER)
Reserve a table at email@example.com or dial 6684 1453.
(Please note that tickets have to be purchased for table reservations)
As TOKiMONSTA, California producer Jennifer Lee has charted a fascinating career over the past seven years, and Lune Rouge is her exhilarating next step. The third proper long-player from TOKiMONSTA is both a logical progression of her sound and a surprising left turn from an artist that rarely ceases to surprise. A smoky, patient and altogether lovely collection, Lune Rouge mixes modern sensibilities with old-school sounds to make for a heady brew of moonlit music.
Lune Rouge is the culmination of all the experiences I’ve encountered so far,” Lee explains the album’s genesis, which she started work on in late 2015 before being diagnosed with a rare neurovascular condition called Moyamoya. A year later, after two major brain surgeries and extensive rehabilitation, Lune Rouge was finished. “During its creation, I faced some of the most difficult and uplifting moments of my life. Seeing myself at the edge of my own mortality and how I chose to move past is a story told in this album.”
“I chose the title Lune Rouge, which translates to ‘red moon’, because I think people perceive it to hold ominous weight,” Lee explains her thinking behind the album’s title. “However, a red moon is rare and a pretty awesome event from a scientific perspective and, to me, means significant change.” And Lune Rouge is the latest change in her prismatic career—a testament to the healing powers of art in the face of insurmountable difficulty.
Check out TOKiMONSTA’s music,
Don’t Call Me feat. Yuna – http://bit.ly/DontCallMefeatYuna
Realla feat. Anderson .Paak – http://bit.ly/ReallafeatAndersonPaak
Go With It feat. MNDR – http://bit.ly/GoWithItfeatMNDR
Supported by OverEasy and ATTAGIRL
Artwork by Jasmine Ho