Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Show 18 Feb: The Standards & Free Deserters & The Wave






Popscene, Hanoi Rock City, Pulling Strings and Kindassult present...
THE STANDARDS & POPSCENE Asia Tour 2012

21/01/12 - B-Side - Manila
+ Pedicab + Paranoid City

28/01/12 - Hanoi Rock City - Hanoi

18/02/12 - Doppel Kafe - Kuala Lumpur
+ Free Deserters + The Wave

03/03/12 - Club Culture - Bangkok
+ Mattnimare

------- THAT'S NOT ALL!!!!!! --------------

We thought we'd go the whole nine yards!!! At each gig, there will also be DJ sets from Yark and members of The Standards before and after the performances. Loads of proper Britpop, indie and 60's tunes will be spun until they throw us all out!!!!

"Popscene, the largest regular indie social in town". CNN

BRING. IT. ON!!!!!

The Standards Website: http://www.thestandards.tk/

YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TheStandardsOfficial

Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/thestandardstunes

MTV Performance: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QRI1Q6r533U

CNN interview - http://www.cnngo.com/bangkok/play/meet-matt-smith-standards-271255

WWW.POPSCENE.ASIA
 
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About The Standards
Hometown: Bangkok, TH
Genres: Rock / Indie
Label: unsigned
Members: Paul, Matt , Nit , Mc and Ayu
A Thai-Brit quintet based in Bangkok, The Standards comprise of charismatic SE London native Matt Smith on vocals and Stevenage boy Paul Smith (no relation) on guitars and backing vocals. Making up the rest of the band are the Thai contingent of Manasnit Setthawong on synths, keys, backing vocals and kinky boots; Ayu Charuburana on drums and last but certainly not least, Sithikorn “Mackey” Likitvorachai on bass.

"The Standards, one of the region’s fastest rising indie groups".
—  Cod Satrusayang, CNN
"They’re loud, they’re feisty and judging by the collection of cool songs at their disposal, nicely poised to give the regional indie scene a long overdue shake up."
—  Robin Banks, KOKOAsia.com
“A hit on the indie circuit, these guys are, for many, knights in shining armor come to rescue what’s become a bleak, mundane Thai music scene”
—  Manta Klangboonkrong, The Nation
"They're indie, they're electronic, they're sex and they're rock and roll."
—  Adam Purcell, Big Chilli Magazine

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