Bedchamber, Mocca and More Added to Noisewhore’s NW Live Lineup
Indonesian concert promoter Noisewhore has announced the full lineup for its upcoming live event, NW Live.
Headliners added to the event’s lineup include synth poppers Goodnight Electric, indie rock darlings Bedchamber and indie pop band Bandung Mocca. They join an early lineup that Noisewhore revealed last week, which included artists such as Matter Mos, Tuan Tigabelas and Dzulfahmi.
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Other notable additions include experimental dub band Rub of Rub, performing June 25, and indie bands Glyph Talk, Guernica Club and Leipzig, performing June 26.
NW Live will be held on June 25 and 26 at Kandank Jurank Compound in South Tangerang. Admission is Rp 200,000 for daily passes and Rp 360,000 for two days. Tickets go on sale today at 7 p.m. via Showcase.
Many artists playing NW Live are anticipating new releases. In March, Bedchamber released the single “Tired Eyes”, which will feature in the band’s upcoming sequel to 2018’s “Geography”. Meanwhile, the post-punk upstarts from Leipzig will release their debut album, ‘Garbage Disposal Unit’ later this week, June 4.
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NW Live marks Noisewhore’s first live event since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Previously, the promoter organized the Canadian outfit Homeshake performance in Jakarta in February 2020, where Indonesian indie pop band Strange Fruit opened.
A host of festivals and live events are expected to return to Indonesia this year. These festivals include We The Fest, PestaPora and JogjaROCKarta in September, Berdendang Bergoyang and Synchronize Fest in October, as well as 88rising’s Head In The Clouds, slated for later in the year.
The full NW Live lineup is:
Day 1 (June 25):
noise from below
to rub to rub
Day 2 (June 26):
good night electric
Tuan Tigabelas and Westwew