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Gig Guide - Thursday the 27th of October, 2011

Hey,

Dengue Fever have now released their tour dates so I can fill you in on all the venues and dates they have booked so far.
  • The band will arrive in town around the 11th of November and will play their first gig at the FCC Phnom Penh on Saturday the 12th of November. The $10 tickets for this event will go on sale tomorrow at the venue plus at their sister ventures Fresco  on the riverside and BKK1.
  • After this the band will travel to Kampot where they will play at the Epic Arts Center on the 13th of November.
  • The band will then make the huuuuuuuuuuge journey up to Siem Reap where they will do a show at Hotel De La Paix on the 15th of November.
  • After this the band will do a free concert in Battambang on the 16th of November. It seems, by all accounts, that this will be a great place to catch them. Not only, will it probably be in the street in the middle of town but it is also the birthplace of Cham Nimol, the lead-singer of the band, as well as the birthplace of many of the outstanding musicians who created the Cambodian psychedelic rock of the 60s of which the band emulates. Cool!
  • Finally, the band will return the Phnom Penh on the 18th of November where they will play their biggest and most produced concert of the tour. It will occur at Koh Pich (Diamond Island) in one of the huge outdoor tents and will feature a full sound and lights production managed by ProFeel - probably the most experienced and well-equipped production companies in the region. Details of when and where to buy tickets for this concert will be coming soon.
There may be one or two more dates the band will play while they are here - but these are yet to be confirmed. Keep tuned to Leng Pleng for any further updates.

The interview with Conrad Keely is now up and available. Either click on the Interviews link in the menu above or CLICK HERE. He says some great things about the local Cambodian music scene.

This week sees the return of several bands which the local music scene has not had a chance to see for some time. The most anticipated is the return of Grass Snake Union who will play 2 nights (Friday and Saturday) at Equinox this weekend. The 6-piece band is a totally great time - describing themselves as bluegrass and up-tempo off-the-rails acoustic ensemble. With the new Equinox stage setup, including a brand new computerized lighting system it will be a packed dance-floor. Their latest video shoot on www.tuktuksessions.com is available here: http://www.tuktuksessions.com/?p=353.

This Saturday at around 9:00PM Dub Addiction will hit the stage for their first gig back in the land of wrong-way-drivers since the summer break. The gig is in support of the Cambodian Light Children Association Orphanage. Cool. Hope to see more of them soon. A map to the gig is available here: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=193906614018742&set=a.193905954018808.48855.132503300159074&type=1&theater

The Cambodian Space Project also returns to Phnom Penh. Yes, I know that I said that they will not be returning to Phnom Penh for quite some time - not once, but twice - but what can I say apart from extending my apologies. Almost certainly it is an artifact of the band having to arrange visas for its members. The band will be playing a series of gigs around Phnom Penh and Siem Reap between now and the 19th of November. Cool!

Other returnees around the traps include Paul Janovskis and Matt Dwyer who will play their acoustic blues/roots sets at FCC Phnom Penh this Saturday. The duo is playing a series of gigs between this weekend and the weekend of the 12th of November. 

CamboJam return to the live music scene with a benefit concert in support of the victims of the floods. It is an open-mic arrangement - so all musicians are encouraged to get down there and perform for the families of those affected by the recent hardships. It will occur at the Banana Leaf on Friday night.

Cartoon Emo will be taking to the stage at Memphis Pub. This band is another example of great hard-core Khmer rock. Although they are a little inaccessible, you can catch them at the venue this Saturday night. Memphis Pub is hoping to put on a series of 3rd-party performers over the ensuing period in an effort to mix-it-up with the local great house band Rock Xpress. Watch Leng Pleng for any further updates.

The Muscle of Love are obviously not a fly-by-night assemblage as the Alice Cooper tribute band will make a return gig at Paddy Rice this Saturday. Cool! The Lazy Drunks will also emulate last week's great night of classic rock and pop again at the Red Orchid this Friday.

Also, there is a Sunday afternoon jam session occurring at the Music Arts School in BKK1, Phnom Penh. This is in support of the Daniel Pearl Music Days (see www.danielpearlmusicdays.org).

Lastly, Andy Brouwer, local journalist and fellow blogger, has started a series of postings in regard to a biography he has written on one of the best and coolest reggae bands to come on the world stage - Steel Pulse. It comes from a series of interviews he conducted with the band and the first of his postings can be read here: http://blog.andybrouwer.co.uk/2011/10/steel-pulse-chapter-1.html

I will leave you this week with a video that has absolutely nothing to do with Cambodia. I include it here because it is new this year, cool and eclectic. It is a song from Rihanna, a Jamaican born singer-songwriter who moved to the U.S. to kick start her career. She has met with a good deal of commercial success recording relatively poppy, candy-cored love songs dressed in a contemporary image of young, beautiful and vulnerable - not the sort of thing we generally post in Leng Pleng. Personally I really appreciate the bluesy-reggae fusion feel and brilliant vocals of this song with a good deal of digital-electronica thrown into the mix. The song, Man Down, was written by Rihanna and it takes this singer/songwriter back to her roots and I include it here for your listening pleasure.


From Ted and I here in the back streets of Phnom Penh, have a great weekend, be cool with each other and see you around the traps. Here's this weeks gig-guide.


Latest Gigs

Thursday 27-Oct-2011
  • 8:30 PM ~ X-Pat Sound System at Meta House [MORE INFO]
  • 9:00 PM ~ DJ Leonie at the RiverHouse Lounge [MORE INFO]
Friday 28-Oct-2011
  • 7:00 PM ~ Cambodian Space Project at Tchou Tchou School [MORE INFO]
  • 8:00 PM ~ Lazy Drunks at Red Orchid [MORE INFO]
  • 8:30 PM ~ Grass Snake Union at Equinox [MORE INFO]
  • 8:30 PM ~ Holiday in Cambodia at Paddy Rice [MORE INFO]
  • 9:00 PM ~ CamboJam at Banana Leaf in Siem Reap [MORE INFO]
  • 9:00 PM ~ A Halloween Costume Party at the RiverHouse Lounge [MORE INFO]
  • 10:00 PM ~ DJ Flo , DJ Rob Little and DJ Achaya at Pontoon [MORE INFO]
Saturday 29-Oct-2011
  • 7:00 PM ~ X-Pat Sound System at Meta House [MORE INFO]
  • 8:30 PM ~ Grass Snake Union at Equinox [MORE INFO]
  • 8:30 PM ~ Muscle of Love at Paddy Rice [MORE INFO]
  • 9:00 PM ~ Dub Addiction at Cambodian Light Children Association Orphanage [MORE INFO]
  • 9:00 PM ~ Paul Janovskis and Matt Dwyer at FCC Phnom Penh [MORE INFO]
  • 9:00 PM ~ Cambodian Space Project at Kon Khmer Koun Khmer in Siem Reap [MORE INFO]
  • 9:00 PM ~ DJ Illest , DJ Blue and DJ Gang at Pontoon [MORE INFO]
  • 9:30 PM ~ Marco Anthony, Digital Punks, DJ Black and DJ Brown at Heart of Darkness [MORE INFO]
  • 10:00 PM ~ Cartoon Emo at Memphis Pub [MORE INFO]
Sunday 30-Oct-2011
  • 4:30 PM ~ Live Music at Music Arts School at Music Arts School [MORE INFO]
Coming Up
  • 8th International Music Festival at various venues [MORE INFO]
  • Little Duke and the Mekong Blues Messengers at Sharkys [MORE INFO]
  • Siem Reap Japanese Dance Festival 第四回盆踊り大会 at Raffles Grand Hotel d'Angkor in Siem Reap [MORE INFO]
  • The Fumes at Sharkys [MORE INFO]
  • Dengue Fever * at FCC Phnom Penh [MORE INFO], Epic Arts Center (Kampot) [MORE INFO], Hotel De La Paix [MORE INFO], Battambang Town Square [MORE INFO] and Koh Pich [MORE INFO]
  • Kheltival at Wat Bothum [MORE INFO]
  • Totally Resurrected * at Ream National Park in Kampong Som [MORE INFO]
  • DJ D'Tonn, Dub Addcition, DJ Chase, DJ Matoo, DJ Gorimaa and DJ Edwardowski at Phare Ponleu Selpak Site in Battambang [MORE INFO]
  • Cambodian Space Project at la croisette [MORE INFO] and Gasolina [MORE INFO]
  • Supabad at FCC Phnom Penh [MORE INFO]
  • Warapo at FCC Phnom Penh [MORE INFO]
  • Salsa Explosion at FCC Phnom Penh [MORE INFO]

Gig Guide - Thursday the 20th of October, 2011

Hey,

I think I can definitively say that the low season is over for this year. Not only is this reflected in this week's bulging gig guide but also in this weeks blurb - which is full of news of  festivals coming up, new gigs and new venues. Significantly, this is not restricted to Phnom Penh but is happening in all major provincial centers around Cambodia. Cool!

There is no less than 5 music festivals planned in Cambodia between now and the end of the year. There are two planned for Phnom Penh, these being the 8th International Music Festival put on by the Art+ Foundation in November and the Kheltival at Wat Bothum in December. The former festival focuses in on classical music and the latter is a celebration of Celtic music. In Battambang in December, over 2 days, there will be the 3rd Friendship Festival which will feature DJs and live music from Phnom Penh and, of course, amazing circus performances by the Phare Ponleu Selpak. In Siem Reap, in late November, there is the Japanese Dance Festival which Aya Urata from CamboJam is helping to organize. Please note that the date of this festival has changed due to the recent flooding. Finally, in the last week of the year near Sihanoukville, the Totally Resurrected music festival will occur over 8 days on the southern edge of Ream National Park. Stay tuned for any further updates on these fetsivals.

In addition to the festivals, there will be a tour in November by one of Cambodia's favorite bands - Dengue Fever. I can tell you that no dates have been confirmed for this tour yet but it is more than likely that there will be two or three gigs in Phnom Penh, one in Kampot, one in Siem Reap and one in Battambang. These will occur over the second and third weeks of November and will involve different types of gigs - from the full-on electrified version of the band to some warmer, slower acoustic sets. Cool! Keep posted to Leng Pleng as we will have news on where you can see the band, where to buy tickets and we will also feature an interview with the band in coming weeks.

Also, keep posted to Leng Pleng as we will post an exclusive interview with Conrad Keely about his recent trip to Cambodia.

The local music scene has seen a rise in the number of venues playing regular live music recently. This includes the Alley Cat Cafe (who will put on monthly acoustic sets over the coming period), the Red Orchid (who are looking to come online with regular gigs and with the Lazy Drunks playing there this Saturday night), K-West and Le Moon (who are putting on a huge Pink Party on Thursday night with a live music set and DJ party), and the Mad Monkey (who are looking to do regular acoustic music nights) . In addition to these, the X-Bar in Siem Reap have started a regular, weekly jam night on Wednesdays and the MetaHouse is looking at regular musical events on Thursdays - the first of which is on this week. All totally good news!

This week sees the return of the Phnom Penh Hippie Orchestra, who will play Thursday evening at K-West and on Friday at Sharkys as part of their Oktoberfest Weekend. The Hot Strings Jazz Club will play at Sharkys for the same event on the Saturday night. 

Also returning to the scene will be the impeccable Sysé Swing who will play at Equinox on Saturday night. The Grass Snake Union Band are also back in town and to prove it all 6 of them got into a tuk-tuk - with cameraman and instruments - in order to to do a Tuk Tuk Sessions video shoot. You can see the photos at the Tuk-Tuk Sessions Facebook page here (https://www.facebook.com/tuktuksessions). The band will be back on stage at Equinox next week. Don't miss it!

Also news that Amanda Bloom is back in the studio! We will keep you updated of her new releases as soon as they come to hand.

Also, this week, news of two benefit gigs. The first will be at Equinox on Friday that will be a mix of DJs and live music jams by local musicians in order to raise funds for staff member Pisey. The night is being supported by several sponsors and will include lucky-draw prizes and drink specials. The second benefit will be at the Mad Monkey on Tuesday where the GTS Jazz Piano Trio will put on a show in order to raise funds for the family of staff member Mr. Chan.

For something different this weekend there is the Orient Express which is the band from the U.S. navy's 7th fleet. They are a collection of tuba, trombone, sax, keys and electric guitars so it should be quite a spectacle. They are billed as performing at Friendship Park (near the Naga casino) on Friday evening and at the Phnom Penh night market on Sunday evening. Be aware that these gigs have not been totally confirmed to me at the time of publication.

I will leave you this week with a video from the Teaner Terners befitting the Halloween weekend. It is a song called Pushups and is and electronic mix combined with scenes from B-grade movie from the early 90'. Look for the band in coming weeks as they perform this original piece.


From Ted and I here in the back streets of Phnom Penh, have a great weekend, be cool with each other and see you around the traps. Here's this weeks gig-guide.


Latest Gigs

Thursday 20-Oct-2011
  • 7:00 PM ~ Phnom Penh Hippie Orchestra at K-West [MORE INFO]
  • 8:30 PM ~ DJ Germain Priour and DJ Nico Mesterharm at MetaHouse [MORE INFO]
  • 10:00 PM ~ DJ Illest at Le Moon [MORE INFO]
Friday 21-Oct-2011
  • 7:00 PM ~ Peter Heeren at Meta House [MORE INFO]
  • 7:00 PM ~ Orient Express-The 7th Fleet Band * at Friendship Park [MORE INFO]
  • 9:00 PM ~ Phnom Penh Hippie Orchestra at Sharkys [MORE INFO]
  • 9:00 PM ~ Le Voz at Paddy Rice [MORE INFO]
  • 9:00 PM ~ Fundraiser for Pisey at Equinox [MORE INFO]
  • 10:00 PM ~ Marco Anthony, Stryker Lefty and DJ Illest at Pontoon [MORE INFO]
  • 10:00 PM ~ Dr. WahWah at Rubies Wine Bar [MORE INFO]
Saturday 22-Oct-2011
  • 3:00 PM ~ DJ Ricardo, Dr House and El Kay at Serendipity Beach in Sihanouk Ville  [MORE INFO]
  • 9:00 PM ~ Hot Strings Jazz Club at Sharkys [MORE INFO]
  • 9:00 PM ~ Sysé Swing at Equinox [MORE INFO]
  • 9:00 PM ~ Lazy Drunks at the Red Orchid [MORE INFO]
  • 9:00 PM ~ VDJ Ta-Shi at RiverHouse Lounge [MORE INFO]
  • 9:00 PM ~ DJ Edwardowski at X-Bar in Siem Reap [MORE INFO]
  • 10:00 PM ~ Hydrophonics and DJ Tech 12 at Pontoon [MORE INFO]
Sunday 23-Oct-2011
  • 7:00 PM ~ Orient Express-The 7th Fleet Band * at the Phnom Penh Night Market [MORE INFO]
  • 8:00 PM ~ Anton Isselhardt and Matthias Diener at Meta House [MORE INFO]
Tuesday 25-Oct-2011
  • 8:00 PM ~ GTS Jazz Piano Trio at Mad Monkey [MORE INFO]
Coming Up
  • 8th International Music Festival at various venues [MORE INFO]
  • Grass Snake Union Band at Equinox [MORE INFO]
  • Paul Janovskis and Matt Dwyer at the FCC Phnom Penh [MORE INFO]
  • Little Duke and the Mekong Blues Messengers at Sharkys [MORE INFO]
  • Siem Reap Japanese Dance Festival 第四回盆踊り大会 at Raffles Grand Hotel d'Angkor in Siem Reap [MORE INFO]
  • DJ Illest, DJ Blue and DJ Gang at Pontoon [MORE INFO]
  • Totally Resurrected * at Ream National Park in Kampong Som [MORE INFO]
  • GTS Jazz Piano Trio at Mad Monkey [MORE INFO]
  • Rob Little, DJ Flo and DJ Achaya at Pontoon [MORE INFO]
  • Cartoon Emo at Memphis Pub [MORE INFO]
  • The Fumes at Sharkys [MORE INFO]
  • DJ D'Tonn, Dub Addcition, DJ Chase, DJ Matoo, DJ Gorimaa and DJ Edwardowski at Phare Ponleu Selpak Site in Battambang [MORE INFO]
  • Kheltival at Wat Bothum [MORE INFO]
  • Dengue Fever at FCC Phnom Penh [MORE INFO], Epic Arts Center (Kampot) [MORE INFO], Hotel De La Paix [MORE INFO], Battambang Town Square [MORE INFO], and Koh Pich [MORE INFO]

Gig Guide - Friday the 14th of October, 2011

Hey,

The two obvious words for this weeks gig-guide are 'rock' and 'indie' with around-about 90% of this week's live music performances emanating from people who describe their music using these words. The most prominent of which will be Conrad Keely who, together with Jason Reece, fronted a huge international band - ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead. This band has appeared on the U.S.'s Tonight Show with David Letterman a couple of times and have have accolades placed on them by Rolling Stone magazine and, the well-known internet publisher of alternative music reviews, Pitchfork Media. Conrad Keely will play a solo set of originals with his electric guitar at Equinox this Friday. So cool! This will be followed by the totally fun and substantial eclectic couple of sets by Ukes of Hazzard. I totally recommend you to get down there tonight.

Another other big gig on this Friday is the debut of a totally new, and subtly named, ensemble the Muscle of Love. It will feature a number of well-known local musicians and will cover the music of 70s garage-pop-rock-star Alice Cooper. This will be preceded by a set covering another U.S. grunge-rock outfit of the 70s - The Cramps - by members of the Stiff Little Punks. All happening at Sharkys.

Saturday sees a collection of  special performances, starting with the unique sounds of singer/songwriter of 70s cult band Radio City, Skip Sutherland. This will be an early gig and is aimed at the no-longer-younger generation with kids who want to see live music but just can't quite seem to stay up as long as they may have used to. It will occur at Cafe Mith Samlanh in the garden of the Institut Francais du Cambodge. It starts at the very reasonable time of 10:00AM and will be a great place to take the kids while you can sit back enjoy a coffee and the great sounds coming from Skip and his cool guitar.

A quick note to say that Saturday night's gig by Little Duke and the Mekong Blues Messengers at Paddy Rice has also had to be rescheduled due to unavoidable circumstances. The band promises to be back in action soon.

As an alternative on Saturday night you can get down to MetaHouse at 7:00PM where the launch of a brand new music magazine will occur. The magazine is being put together by the Department of Media and Communication (DMC) at the Royal University of Phnom Penh (RUPP) and will be called Dontrey. The content of the magazine will cover ancient tribal music to the internationally renowned Khmer rock of the 1960s to the pop music of today. Cool! The launch at MetaHouse will allow you to purchase the first issue of the magazine as well as see and hear music from students of DMC-RUPP and also Mr. Svay Saw - one of the original musicians who played with the legendary Sin Sisomouth.

Saturday night also sees Sharkys latest live-music rendition - the Battle of the Bands. The night will pit some of the venue's best expat bands against some of the newest and best Khmer heavy rock bands available in the country. With about 8 bands playing around 15-minute sets each - it should be a totally great showcase of great rock & roll talent. With bar-manager Dave playing in at least one of the bands, I hope they have the judging system sorted out.

Alternatively, cadres of the Salsa culture can take to the dance floor at the FCC Phnom Penh on Saturday night as DJ Jimmy Salsa does the job of getting peoples feet moving. Cool!

I will leave you this week with 2 videos from the Conrad Keely  and from ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead. Enjoy them here:



From Ted and I here in the back streets of Phnom Penh, have a great weekend, be cool with each other and see you around the traps. Here's this weeks gig-guide.


Latest Gigs

Friday 14-Oct-2011
  • 8:30 PM ~ Muscle of Love and Goo-Goo Muck Muck at Sharkys [MORE INFO]
  • 9:00 PM ~ The Ukes of Hazard and Conrad Keely at Equinox [MORE INFO]
  • 10:00 PM ~ Nervo at Pontoon [MORE INFO]
Saturday 15-Oct-2011
  • 10:00 AM ~ Skip at Cafe Mith Samlanh [MORE INFO]
  • 7:00 PM ~ New Music Magazine at Meta House [MORE INFO]
  • 8:00 PM ~ the Lazy Jazz Drunks, Stiff Little Punks, Splitter, the Teaner Terners, Sliten6ix and Anti-Fate at Sharkys [MORE INFO]
  • 8:30 PM ~ DJ Jimmy Salsa at the FCC Phnom Penh [MORE INFO]
  • 9:30 PM ~ DJ Illest at Pontoon [MORE INFO]
Coming Up
  • 8th International Music Festival at various venues [MORE INFO]
  • Sysé Swing at Equinox [MORE INFO]
  • Grass Snake Union Band at Equinox [MORE INFO]
  • Paul Janovskis and Matt Dwyer at the FCC Phnom Penh, the FCC Angkor, Equinox, the Cadillac Bar, and Paddy Rice [MORE INFO]
  • Little Duke and the Mekong Blues Messengers at Sharkys [MORE INFO]
  • Phnom Penh Hippie Orchestra at K-West [MORE INFO] and at Sharkys [MORE INFO]
  • Hot Strings Jazz Club at Sharkys [MORE INFO]
  • Totally Resurrected at Ream National Park in Kampong Som [MORE INFO]
  • Marco Anthony, Stryker Lefty and DJ Illest at Pontoon [MORE INFO]
  • Siem Reap Japanese Dance Festival 第四回盆踊り大会 at Raffles Grand Hotel d'Angkor in Siem Reap [MORE INFO]
  • DJ Illest, DJ Blue and DJ Gang at Pontoon [MORE INFO]

Gig Guide - Thursday the 6th of October, 2011

Hey,

My apologies for the late gig rundown this week. Hope all is well and that you are ready for an outrageous foray into the latest music scene this weekend.

Please note that the Little Duke and the Mekong Blues Messengers gig slated for Equinox this Saturday night has been rescheduled. We will keep you posted on the new date for this gig as soon as details come to hand. Equinox has a great series of quality gigs lined up this month - check out the coming up section below.

This weekends serve of delectable live music starts at 5:00PM at the Chaktomuk Theatre this evening when the 50-piece ABC Festival Orchestra puts on a benefit concert for the Association of the Blind in Cambodia. This is a totally unique opportunity for all lovers of classical music in Cambodia and, of course, anyone who enjoys a totally great spectacle. There will be 8 Khmer musicians amongst the orchestra.  The body of the orchestra is the ASEAN orchestra who will return next year when Cambodia has the presidency of ASEAN.

Friday continues in Siem Reap with the much anticipated return of CamboJam at the Banana Leaf. Cool! In Phnom Penh, Friday serves up gigs from Musikero at Paddy Rice and the Lazy Jazz Drunks at Sharkys. The latter gig will be the first of a calendar series of gigs at this venue. Next weekend they will feature a brand new line-up in the form of Muscle of Love (an Alice Cooper tribute band) who will be showcased by a Cramps tribute band put together by Dave and Ian of the Stiff Little Punks. The same weekend there will be as many as 8 bands on stage as they compete to be Cambodia's best rock & roll band in the venue's Battle of the Bands. Sharkys will also feature the Phnom Penh Hippie Orchestra and the Hot String Jazz Club in coming weeks for their weekend of Oktoberfest. Watch out for these gigs in subsequent guides.

It can now be confirmed that Dengue Fever will play Phnom Penh, Sihanoukville, Battambang, and Siem Reap. Great! This will be a totally great chance you to see one of the best bands playing Cambodian psychedelic rock and see them in an exotic location. More details on dates and venues as they come to hand.

November / December are looking totally great for live music in Kampong Som this year. Not only will there be a Dengue Fever concert but we can announce two absolutely huge pieces of news of mega-proportions for the local music scene. Firstly, a brand new venue will open up in Sihanoukville in November. It will be a large purpose-built live music venue together with a live-music recording studio. It will be called The Led Zephyr and the details can be seen here: http://www.TheLedZephyr.com. There will be a celebratory opening party on the 3rd of  December, 2011.

Secondly, there will be a week-long music festival on the edge of Ream National Park in the last week of this year. It is entitled Totally Resurrected and the details of the line-up of bands can be seen here: http://www.totallyresurrected.com/lineup.html. Again, more details on this event as they come to hand.

Also look out for a benefit gig at the Mad Monkey in a couple of weeks. It will feature a number of local jazz musicians and seems to be a cause worth supporting.

Lastly this week, I will point you in the direction of the totally worthwhile Tuk Tuk Sessions who have just posted a couple of great videos of some international Bluegrass musicians from the U.S.. These guys flew into town and were seen popping-up at various venues last week - including the Electric Eclectic Limelight Jukebox Jam. Click the picture to link to http://www.tuktuksessions.com/ and see the videos.

From Ted and I here in the back streets of Phnom Penh, have a great weekend, be cool with each other and see you around the traps. Here's this weeks gig-guide.


Latest Gigs

Wednesday 12-Oct-2011
  • 9:00 PM ~ Wurttemberg Chamber Orchestra at Hotel InterContinental [MORE INFO]
Thursday 6-Oct-2011
  • 9:00 PM ~ GTS Jazz Piano Trio at K-West [MORE INFO]
Friday 7-Oct-2011
  • 5:00 PM ~ The ABC Festival Orchestra at Chaktomok Theatre [MORE INFO]
  • 8:30 PM ~ Musikero at Paddy Rice [MORE INFO]
  • 9:00 PM ~  CamboJam at Banana Leaf in Seim Reap [MORE INFO]
  • 10:00 PM ~ Lazy Jazz Drunks at Sharkys [MORE INFO]
  • 9:00 PM ~ Dr. Wah Wah at Rubies Wine Bar [MORE INFO]
  • 9:00 PM ~ DJ Bassbender and DJ DSN at Elsewhere [MORE INFO]
  • 9:30 PM ~ DJ Adsorb at Pontoon [MORE INFO]
Saturday 8-Oct-2011
  • 8:30 PM ~ VOP at the FCC Phnom Penh [MORE INFO]
  • 9:00 PM ~ DJ Dan Beck, DJ Cyncity and DJ Peanut at the Eighty8 [MORE INFO]
  • 9:30 PM ~ Marc Hype, Jim Dunloop and DSK at Pontoon [MORE INFO]
Sunday 9-Oct-2011
  • 6:00 PM ~ Cambodian Living Arts at Meta House [MORE INFO]
Coming Up
  • 8th International Music Festival at various venues [MORE INFO]
  • The Ukes of Hazard at Equinox [MORE INFO]
  • Nervo at Pontoon [MORE INFO]
  • Sysé Swing at Equinox [MORE INFO]
  • Grass Snake Union Band at Equinox [MORE INFO]
  • DJ Jimmy Salsa at the FCC Phnom Penh [MORE INFO]
  • Paul Janovskis at the FCC Phnom Penh [MORE INFO]
  • Little Duke and the Mekong Blues Messengers at Paddy Rice [MORE INFO] and at Sharkys [MORE INFO]
  • Phnom Penh Hippie Orchestra at K-West [MORE INFO] and at Sharkys [MORE INFO]
  • Hot Strings Jazz Club at Sharkys [MORE INFO]
  • Muscle of Love at Sharkys [MORE INFO]
  • Totally Resurrected at Ream National Park in Kampong Som [MORE INFO]
  • Stiff Little Punks, Splitter, the Teaner Terners, the Lazy Jazz Drunks  and Cambodian Headbangers Bands at Sharkys [MORE INFO]
  • Mr Chans Benefit Gig at the Mad Monkey [MORE INFO]

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