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What's your vibration? Find your wavelength at Vibrate, where Singapore's underground DJs showcase a diverse selection of sounds alongside live musicians. 


Miss Lil and Sivanesh set the scene with an exploration of acid jazz and psychedelic grooves. Then get picante with some gangster funk from Taaka and queen of New Orleans trombonist Eriko Murakami. Organic house duo Raja Rani bring the mystique of sonics from afar in their magical b2b. Mantravine will close out the night with an exhilarating Electro Swing show. With Jaymi McManus providing visual delights across this journey into sound, one thing is for sure, senses will be stimulated all night long. 


This is a private party for our friends and their friends. $ 5 of each ticket gets donated to AWARE NGO which is Singapore’s leading women’s rights and gender-equality advocacy group.

There is an open jam session from 7 - 8 pm so feel free to bring your instruments along to join the open jam set


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Founded in 1985, AWARE (Association of Women for Action and Research) is Singapore’s leading women’s rights and gender-equality advocacy group. It works to identify and eliminate gender-based barriers through research, advocacy, education, training and support services.


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DJ and co-founder of Sinaporean collective Sivilian Affairs, Miss Lil has become a fixture in the booming dance scene of the red dot. Miss Lil’s selections feature all shades of house, techno and club sounds with a laser focus on sonics rooted in dance-inducing rhythms. Past performances include AAJA radio in London, Rex and Concubine in Kuala Lumpur, as well across Singapore at Kilo, Kult Kafe and Choice Cuts.



Co-founder of Sivilian Affairs, Sivanesh’s sound goes beyond current trends in genres and is held together by equal amounts of rhythm & groove.

Recent international bookings include Savage (Hanoi), Weekend Voyage festival (Phu Quoc), Behind the Green Door and Desoner (Bali).



Eriko is the founder of New Stream Brass Band, the first-ever Singapore-based New Orleans style brass band that blends jazz, funk, latin and hip-hop styles with traditional New Orleans brass sounds. The band style is the most famous for "Second Line" brass band parades, a cultural heritage of New Orleans.


Gritty. Melodic. Funky. Words used to describe Taaka's unique sound, taking his audience on a journey through naughty tech vibes while not being afraid to dip a toe into other genres using diverse mixing to create an energy of its own. With a 9-year career originally as a mainstay at Sydney's most notorious club nights, supporting multiple international acts (such as Chris Lake, Dom Dolla, Artbat & Mason Maynard to name a few), Taaka moved to Singapore and founded YES YOU - a movement focused on booty-shaking house music, all-inclusive vibes and supporting meaningful causes. He's also featured on lineups like Potato Head, Kilo, Dave's Disco Brunch and Friendly Waters.

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An Indian Boy and an Italian Girl, grew up in two different continents, listening to different styles of music and being influenced by completely different background of sounds from different parts of the world, crossed their musical path in Singapore. The contamination of different culture and style of music, from tribal to melodic house and techno is the result of RAJA RANI and their journey, which is always evolving.

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Mantravine is a tribe of sonic alchemists mixing neo-shamanic rhythms with world music, live instruments and psychedelic dance grooves. They evoke a primal dancing spirit with ancient mantras, electrifying guitar, funky horns and organic frequencies.


Fresh off the boat from Wonderfruit festival in thailand they’ve also played in New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Hawaii, Germany, France, Japan, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Serbia & Montenegro.

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Jaymi is a Singapore-based new media artist experienced in stage and set design, projection mapping, live visuals and lasers. Having dedicated over seven years and more into collaborations with musicians, promoters, brands and local art institutions, he is also a massive advocate and supporter of his local nightlife and entertainment scene. Catch him @jaymimcm

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A curious passion for chinese tea and the love for all forms of electronic music, the Tea Jockey wants to spread the love of good tea to the masses, one cup at a time.

Have a seat, sip some tea and soak in the experience. Past gigs include Forest Frequencies (The Glass Hut x Chill Sessions Records) and Black Light Tribe’s Witcher Soulstice. Explore more @tea_jockey

Akhil will be serving tea on a donation basis of which 100% of all donations made will go to AWARE NGO



Want to help and enjoy?




Kult Kafe, 200 Turf Club Rd,


#01 - 19B, Singapore 287994



Dancing in the Mist

7 PM Friday 3 February​

$ 25 Early / $ 35 Reg​ular

$ 5 of each ticket will go to AWARE NGO 

Tickets are transferrable but not refundable


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