Every Rage I Seek
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Revel in the complex sounds and structures of Singapore progressive rockers ANECHOIS.
ANECHOIS is a band that was formed in 2011. Drawing elements from progressive, post-rock and math rock, the band quickly gained a reputation with their live shows following the release of their EP A Shadow of a Sound in 2012. From their appearance at Baybeats 2012 to playing sold out shows at quintessential venues in Manila, Indonesia and Japan, they also opened for their heroes, Japanese instrumental band toe in 2015. ANECHOIS is a band that constantly seeks out new ways to hone their exceptional sound—a seamless blend of complex rhythmic structures and atmospheric effects that has been described as “ethereal”, “emotional” and “epic”. 2016 saw a string of lineup changes by the band, eventually settling into their current lineup as a quartet with the addition of Lucas Tee on drums and Asyraft shifting from keyboards to bass.
Through the past decade, Every Rage I Seek (ERIS) have remained resilient in the Singapore metal landscape. In late 2019, the band presented their first full-length album titled Atonement, a release which embodies the animosity and resentment towards the ills of modern-day society. In this performance, they will be showcasing a combination of both a celebration of their rage-fueled work and a reflection of the intensity that the album brings.
Their set will include songs off Atonement such as The Tyrant, Scorched Earth and the title track Atonement.
About the band
Every Rage I Seek (ERIS) unleashes a virulent strain of modern metal that combines various metal influences from past to present. Merging the hostile, brutal attack of death metal and the melodic colour of today's progressive metalcore and rhythmic deathcore aggressions, the band is made up of Singaporean visionaries who are ready to unleash a forward-thinking craft of modern metal magnificence. ERIS celebrates more than a decade of history and has previously shared stages with the best Singapore underground acts of their time.
Just prior to the release of their sophomore album Patterns, hauste take to the stage once more at Baybeats. This performance will feature songs both old and new, such as fan favourites Leavings and Apple, as well as new singles off their upcoming album in Nara and Panda.
About the band
Formed in 2015, hauste is a trio that introduces a refreshing explorative style of instrumental rock, with complex melodies, ambient soundscapes and a carefree twang of familiar emotions. Though their music is frequently labelled as progressive and math rock, the band breaks definitional boundaries by experimenting with a symphony of emotive sounds, foregrounded by layers of technical instrumentations and musical narratives.
In Apr 2018, hauste released their debut album Leavings, a testimony to the band’s experimentation with math rock and post-progressive melodies.
Since their inception, the band has performed extensively in Singapore, most notably opening for instrumental rock giants such as Chon, Delta Sleep and Elephant Gym. The trio’s upcoming album Patterns is scheduled for release in mid-2020. While maintaining hauste’s roots in instrumental rock, the sophomore effort also keeps in line with the band’s signature adventurousness, incorporating an unexpected and eclectic mix of genres such as R&B, jazz fusion, indie pop and synthwave.
Iman’s League return to Baybeats Online as brash and boisterous as ever, all ready to rock your socks off.
Expect the same energetic level of performance that have become synonymous with Iman’s League live shows, including a healthy dose of audience interaction.
The band will be playing most of their new songs from their sixth studio album Dead Planet. The set will also include old songs from their previous albums. If time permits, they might even take on song requests from audiences at home. Expect the usual banter, acrobatic jumps and pure punk rock energy that have made Iman’s League a staple in the Singapore music scene.
1. Ok! Let’s Go
2. Too Slow To Skate
3. Rule Of The Thumb
4. The Weekend Dream
5. Try To Find
7. If I Could
8. Do This Again & You Will Rot In Hell
9. My Everything
10. Letting Go
About the band
What started as a solo effort almost a decade ago, Iman’s League has morphed into a melodic punk rock trio, evolving into one of the most prolific bands Singapore has produced.
Their style is a blend of American punk rock from the likes of Blink-182 and No Use for a Name with anime punk sounds from the likes of Japanese bands Total Fat and Dustbox, amalgamating into the band’s distinctively melodic and catchy tunes.
In 2015, they were presented with Best Band and Best Song at the prestigious Anugerah Planet Muzik Awards, while their single lisa” was also nominated for four different categories.
Iman’s League has been actively performing in Singapore, as well as overseas venues and festivals in Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Australia, Indonesia and Malaysia. The band has also shared the stage with international acts such as Sick Of It All, Neck Deep, Tiny Moving Parts, Gerhana Ska Cinta and are scheduled to open for punk rock legends Green Day in Apr 2021. Their sixth studio album Dead Planet was released in Mar 2020.
Come hang with Two Seas as they perform their first ever live streamed set. The quintet will be showcasing an entirely unique set of songs that they’ve never played live. There will also be an “ask us anything” session so come ready with any burning questions you have for the band.
About the band
Two Seas is an experimental rock band based in Singapore. Following the release of their debut EP I Will See You in Empty Spaces, the band has progressively reinvented their experimental and emotive rock music over the years. Their music sways between soft moody indie rock melodies to aggressive alternative rock; not conforming to a specific genre.
A long-awaited Baybeats debut for alternative pop/R&B singer-songwriter-producer YAØ.
YAØ is a singer/songwriter who is informed by a love for hip-hop/R&B and alternative pop. A swiftly rising multi-hyphenate (singer-songwriter-producer), he constantly pursues distinctively unique musical directions to connect with his listeners. YAØ kicked off 2019 by clinching the New Kid on The Block award at the inaugural Singapore Youth Music Awards. He released his hit single Scenery in 2018, while his follow-up single No Stress (featuring Ae$Op Ca$H) received heavy rotation on Singapore radio station 987FM.
As an up-and-coming music act, YAØ continues to make steady waves in the music scene with no signs of ebbing away.
The online counterpart of the biggest free alternative music festival in Singapore, Baybeats Online was a three-day music festival featuring a fist-pumping line-up of prominent Singapore acts, as well as talks and workshops, from 21 – 23 Aug 2020.
Back in the moshpit
You know what it is—Singapore's largest free alternative music festival returns with fresh faces and veterans alike, along with a refreshed Powerhouse2 stage!