Who can forget last year´s sold-out Junk by Demand
show with Kings Of Convenience?
Desperate lines at the door hoping to pick up whatever spare tickets there were, a venue packed to the
rafters, and not surprisingly, a show dubbed by many to be one of the best intimate shows of the year.
Well, while Kings Of Convenience is not swinging by again, prolific Erlend Øye (one-half of the
Kings Of Convenience) will be back in town with his other band, The Whitest Boy Alive
Founded in 2003 as an electronic dance music project, this Norwegian-German quartet has evolved over the
years into a band without any programmed elements. Groovy elements of funk and disco, coupled with
infectious melodies are sprinkled generously throughout their sound. With a growing fan base of its own,
closely in tow.
With two albums to its credit, 2006´s "Dreams"
"Rules", The Whitest Boy Alive´s
knack for making melodious
dance/pop music with conventional rock band instruments shines right through in tracks like
, and "1517"
This world tour sees them hitting Colombia and Mexico before swinging into Asia. And TOPMAN & Junk are happy to bring
them to Kuala Lumpur!
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