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EP. 4: THE ADAMS & GLYPH TALK & JANGAR

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Plainsong Live presents a series of sessions set in intimate spaces that allow each artist to showcase their individual characters in a way they have never before. Each episode is directed by filmmaker Anggun Priambodo. Live stream new episodes here every week and chat with our featured artists.

THE ADAMS

Formed in 2001 under the name Lonely Band, the power pop unit now known as The Adams finally released their latest album Agterplaas after 13 years in 2019. With original songs that combine garage rock distortion with breathtaking vocal harmonies, The Adams are always highly awaited.

GLYPH TALK

Art punk duo Glyph Talk consists of Ratta Bill of Bedchamber and Omar Prazhari of Atsea. The band was formed in Jakarta out of boredom, frustration, and their love of the rock and roll lifestyle.

JANGAR

A heavy rock unit from Denpasar, Bali, Jangar has also cited bands such as Clutch, The Sword, Deep Purple, and Kyuss as influences, resulting in their style to generally be classified as stoner rock. In 2019, Jangar officially released their debut album “Jelang Malam,” consisting of 10 anthemic songs and collaborating with local artists.

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Premieres Friday 26 Nov. 2021 at 8pm

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Efek Rumah Kaca performs songs from their latest EP, Frau hums to a dragonfly in her home in Yogyakarta, and Dialog Dini Hari pays tribute to the late Sapardi Djoko Damono with a special musical rendition of one of his poems.
Efek Rumah Kaca performs songs from their latest EP, Frau hums to a dragonfly in her home in Yogyakarta, and Dialog Dini Hari pays tribute to the late Sapardi Djoko Damono with a special musical rendition of one of his poems.
White Shoes and the Couples Company performs a song from their latest unreleased album, Grrrl Gang jams out to their newest hits on their balcony, and Gabber Modus Operandi invites us to their virtual dance party from Bali.
White Shoes and the Couples Company performs a song from their latest unreleased album, Grrrl Gang jams out to their newest hits on their balcony, and Gabber Modus Operandi invites us to their virtual dance party from Bali.
Mocca serenades us back to the 70s with their classic hits, Jamie Aditya covers old-school jazz songs from his house in Melbourne, and Scaller rocks out with their analog synthesizers and rhythm guitars in their home studio.
Mocca serenades us back to the 70s with their classic hits, Jamie Aditya covers old-school jazz songs from his house in Melbourne, and Scaller rocks out with their analog synthesizers and rhythm guitars in their home studio.
Mooner reunites to jam in the park in Bandung, Hindia says goodbye to the porch where his moniker was born, and Diskoria takes us back to the disco era with their remix of Indonesian versions of international songs.
Mooner reunites to jam in the park in Bandung, Hindia says goodbye to the porch where his moniker was born, and Diskoria takes us back to the disco era with their remix of Indonesian versions of international songs.
The SIGIT performs rarely played, softer-than-usual songs that suit their setting and condition; Mondo Gascaro shoots his session in the morning in his kimono and shows us his new hobby during the pandemic; and Irama Pantai Selatan, a newcomer worthy of much attention, plays songs from their debut album.
The SIGIT performs rarely played, softer-than-usual songs that suit their setting and condition; Mondo Gascaro shoots his session in the morning in his kimono and shows us his new hobby during the pandemic; and Irama Pantai Selatan, a newcomer worthy of much attention, plays songs from their debut album.
Senyawa performs a rare acoustic set that includes songs from their newest unreleased album; Sundancer invites us to experience surf rock music à la Senggigi, Mataram, complete with its captivating landscape; and Filastine & Nova takes us on their Arka Kinari ship that has sailed halfway across the world, an art-cultural cargo that spreads dreams and positive messages at each stop.
Senyawa performs a rare acoustic set that includes songs from their newest unreleased album; Sundancer invites us to experience surf rock music à la Senggigi, Mataram, complete with its captivating landscape; and Filastine & Nova takes us on their Arka Kinari ship that has sailed halfway across the world, an art-cultural cargo that spreads dreams and positive messages at each stop.
Hara performs her unreleased songs and debut single live for the first time; Ramengvrl invites us to catch an unfiltered glimpse of her day-to-day as she sings songs from her newest album; and Heals jams for us in Lembang in the midst of their album preparations.
Hara performs her unreleased songs and debut single live for the first time; Ramengvrl invites us to catch an unfiltered glimpse of her day-to-day as she sings songs from her newest album; and Heals jams for us in Lembang in the midst of their album preparations.
Made Mawut serenades us with his acoustic guitar and harmonica early in the morning in the backyard of his house; Isyana Sarasvati plays and improvises songs from her latest album Lexicon with her keyboardist Kenan; and Endah N Rhesa invites us to a rarely visited corner of their home, complete with a special setlist and song arrangement.
Made Mawut serenades us with his acoustic guitar and harmonica early in the morning in the backyard of his house; Isyana Sarasvati plays and improvises songs from her latest album Lexicon with her keyboardist Kenan; and Endah N Rhesa invites us to a rarely visited corner of their home, complete with a special setlist and song arrangement.
Kunto Aji gets us in the feels as he bares his full self in an afternoon in the green outdoors; Bing Renang, widely known as Poppie Airil of Efek Rumah Kaca, performs songs from his solo EP live for the first time; and indie folk duo Silampukau makes their first appearance after a while, in an eerie warehouse in Surabaya.
Kunto Aji gets us in the feels as he bares his full self in an afternoon in the green outdoors; Bing Renang, widely known as Poppie Airil of Efek Rumah Kaca, performs songs from his solo EP live for the first time; and indie folk duo Silampukau makes their first appearance after a while, in an eerie warehouse in Surabaya.
EP. 2: NADIN AMIZAH & CHRISTABEL ANNORA & SANDRAYATI FAY
Nadin Amizah shares her experiences growing up and her recent thrift store purchase; Christabel Annora makes a rare appearance and tries on different pianos for her sessions; and Balinese singer-songwriter Sandrayati Fay shows us a glimpse of her life at home in Iceland.
EP. 2: NADIN AMIZAH & CHRISTABEL ANNORA & SANDRAYATI FAY
Nadin Amizah shares her experiences growing up and her recent thrift store purchase; Christabel Annora makes a rare appearance and tries on different pianos for her sessions; and Balinese singer-songwriter Sandrayati Fay shows us a glimpse of her life at home in Iceland.
Danilla karaokes to her own songs, accompanied by her two amusing friends in boxers and an Ironman suit; Vira Talisa takes a stroll outside the neighborhood and sings her newest song; and FLEUR! invites us to their member's home to perform their most laid-back acoustic rock n roll set yet.
Danilla karaokes to her own songs, accompanied by her two amusing friends in boxers and an Ironman suit; Vira Talisa takes a stroll outside the neighborhood and sings her newest song; and FLEUR! invites us to their member's home to perform their most laid-back acoustic rock n roll set yet.
The Adams invites us to their gathering space and performs in full electric, acoustic, and even acapella formats; Glyph Talk makes their first ever live sessions appearance; and Jangar takes us to see their hangout spot, the legendary bike repair shop Kedux Garage.
The Adams invites us to their gathering space and performs in full electric, acoustic, and even acapella formats; Glyph Talk makes their first ever live sessions appearance; and Jangar takes us to see their hangout spot, the legendary bike repair shop Kedux Garage.