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For this year’s NUS Arts Festival, Electronic Music Lab presents to you The Hive, a fantastic line-up of original electronic compositions. Taking place on a Wednesday, March 14 at the University Cultural Centre Dance Studio, join EML as they take you through a journey exploring The Hive, traversing into the inner neighbourhoods of the city. Sticking close to the theme “Asian Cities”, the audience will be led to question the dialectics between tradition and modernity. With top notch visuals and avant-garde music unheard elsewhere, this is one of the highlights of NUS Arts Festival that you wouldn’t want to miss.
Tickets are available from http://www.sistic.com.sg. Free seating tickets are selling at $14 (inclusive of sistic fee), and discounts are available onsite. Alternatively, if you can’t wait to get your hands on a ticket, contact Chin Pin at 93894470 or drop him an email at firstname.lastname@example.org!
We are one of the many performing arts groups managed by Centre for the Arts. Our focus, however, is unlike other conventional performing arts groups. With a focus on producing and remixing original dance music tracks, our members also perform regularly off campus at the Esplanade and clubs such as Zouk and Blu Jaz. Our members have diverse musical preferences even within the realm of electronic dance music, thereby giving EML a varied sound ranging from synth pop to ambient to house. We meet at Centre For Arts Studio on Saturday mornings to compose and remix as well as learn about electronic music production from our tutors. Feel free to contact Elias at email@example.com if you are interested.