The truth of the matter is it's not everyday you get an opportunity to throw a party under a bridge in Singapore. The Rail Corridor Art space has been a go to destination for Singapore's Street Artists and Graf crews. I was approached by Tactspace for Singapura Dub Club to curate the talent for this event - the last in a series of parties celebrating art, music, dance and food at the Rail Corridor. The concept was to have a KAMPONG BASHMENT; an fete that brings together the village & community to celebrate no matter your musical preference, race or culture. The most important factor is that the lineup is EPIC and will create a party that will be spoken about for years to come. We pulled out the big guns on this one, selecting talent like Ill Gates from San Francisco, XLII from Japan, Arabyrd from Malaysia, and Adit from Indonesia to drops tracks alongside Singapore's best talent! (We love you Jean Reiki, Tom Shellsuit & Ming!)
The stage was set with Blacklight wildstyle lettering courtesy of the Roller Crew Girls (Soph O, Daiso) and Zinc Nite Crew. Afrobeats dancers & that fly alien Escoe came through to show some new generation styles and the bass was heavy enough to have commuters on a passing MRT file complaints. (Hope we vibrated your train ride home xoxo). Someone commented "This is like Zoukout, but free, but better and more intimate". The icing on the bashment cake was a final giant group YUM SING! ("Cheers" in Singapore) to celebrate the kampong camaraderie. Truly special moments in the Lion City when creatives from around the world, meet the community of bourgeoning artists here in SG. One Love!