One of the top names in Malaysia’s acoustic scene, Reza Salleh is a central figure in Malaysia’s thriving singer-songwriter circuit. His music is “a little bit of everything”, drawing from pop, grunge, R&B, folk and a lot of other genres he grew up listening to.
Reza has played in Australia, Laos, Singapore, Thailand, Korea, Indonesia and Japan. He was the first Malaysian to be invited to play a major stage at Japan’s 19th Annual Sunset Live Festival in Fukuoka, Japan in 2011 and was invited to play the Asia Music Found showcase and the Nakasu Jazz Festival last year in the same city. In 2016 he played the Daegu Folk Festival in Daegu, Korea.
Australian singer songwriter Gabriel Lynch has spent much of his adult life travelling and wowing audiences across Asia, Europe and his own home turf with his breathtaking live performances. With his powerful command of the stage, he can incite a pin-drop silence as quickly and effortlessly as he can instigate a soaring, cathartic singalong.
Lynch now resides in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. In between tours and expanding upon his already extensive catalog of studio releases, he composes music professionally for radio, film and television on behalf of Maveriq Studios.
Beverly Matujal is a folk-pop singer/songwriter born and raised in Sabah. She is an avid observer of life, love and just about anything that matters to the human soul. Because of this, she weaves her observations into songs that capture audiences alike.
Her debut EP, a five-track record called ‘Echoes’, was launched in August 2017 and can now be found on Spotify, Apple Music and other online platforms. Earlier this year, a song from the EP (‘Compass’) was selected as a semi-finalist in the International Songwriting Competition.
July 3, 9pm
Admission fee RM40 (add our optional Set Dinner in your checkout to enjoy our lovely dinner menu)
*RM10 off for students with valid Student ID, at the door.