9 MARCH 2019
TENNIS INDOOR &
PLAZA BARAT SENAYAN
The Changcuters is an Indonesian rock and roll band formed in 2005 in Bandung. The Band consists of Tria, Qibil and Alda, Dipa, and Erick. They have released four albums, namely Mencoba Sukses, Mencoba Sukses Kembali, The Changcuters dan Misteri Kalajengking Hitam, and Tugas Akhir.
Genre-bending trio, Elephant Kind, produce a modern classic in this decade displaying a mastery of mix genres. They debut in 2014 and quickly gained fan base who were sparked by Bam Mastro’s distorted pop-warm, somnolent, slightly out of focus vocals and Bayu Adisapoetra’s reinvigorated slick beats and ferociously sensual bass lines from Kevin Septanto.
Elephant Kind has released successful singles such as, True Love, Oh Well, With Grace, Montage, and Beat The Ordinary. The band quickly received critical acclaim, Jakarta Beat named them Best New Artist 2015 after the release of their second EP Promenades: A Short Film.
FUR, combine 60s and alt-indie melodies with themes of love and heartbreak to create their unique form of dreamy pop. Murray (vocals) & Harry (guitar) began writing together and quickly realised their shared love for creating and performing. After the two moved to Brighton, UK, Tav (bass) & Flynn (drums) were quickly added to the band, finalising the formation of FUR.
Buzz grew quickly around the band after releasing a series of singles and working with DIY & Jager as the focus artist in the Jager Curtain Call Project, 2017. With a boastful collection of festival appearances and shows behind them, FUR have quickly become one of the most exciting upcoming bands around.
Kelompok Penerbang Roket is a rock band hailing from Jakarta, Indonesia. Consisting of John Paul Patton (bass/vocal), Rey Marshall (guitar/vocal) and I Gusti Viki Vikranta (drums), this band of three was formed in 2011, drawing inspirations and fiery passion for music not from the US or UK, but from Indonesia’s own legendary rock bands that have long-since become their heroes, such as Panbers and AKA. Even the name “Kelompok Penerbang Roket” (or translated to Group of Rocket Flyers) is inspired from the song titled “Chartering a Rocket”, popularized by another legendary Indonesian rock band: Duo Kribo.