Moonchild, the musical trio composed of multi-instrumentalists Amber Navran, Andris Mattson and Max Bryk, released their fifth studio album earlier this year. Ten years in the making, it solidifies their groove, pays tribute to the voices that inspired them and continues their funk-inflected yet soothing style. To celebrate, they’re coming our way with a performance at Esplanade Annexe Studio, Singapore.
Selling out concerts on their worldwide tour, it’s time to take a bite out of Moonchild’s Starfruit and see them live on Wednesday 2 November.
Since forming, the trio’s musical understanding has blossomed and on their latest offering, their eclectic neo-soul sound tinged with electronic flourishes has come into its own. Writing, recording and producing together, Moonchild’s spirit of collaboration is best experienced live on stage, where their ethereal stage presence has seen them support the likes of The Internet and Kamasi Washington.
You can expect to hear them perform songs from their latest album Starfruit as well as renditions of popular songs from previous albums including ‘Cure’ and ‘The List’. See them flow effortlessly, pick up instruments and create groove-heavy beats and lush-sounding melodies. There’s a reason why they’re held in high regard by revered musicians Questlove, Robert Glasper and Jil Scott, and likened to Little Dragon and Hiatus Kaiyote.
Brought to Singapore by creative music agency Vamp Productions, curators of some of the city’s finest live-music venues and concerts. Don’t miss out on experiencing the latest from Moonchild—LA’s neo-soul and alternative R&B innovators.