The country's longest-running creative arts festival, Urbanscapes 2018, partners with U Mobile as presenter for the second year running to bring a well-curated city-wide celebration spanning three weekends, kicking off on 3 - 18 November 2018.
This year's theme is #REIMAGINEKL creating diverse experiences centred around accessible arts, ideas and music from Medan Pasar to Petaling Street.
One of the highlights of Urbanscapes, UNLIMITED GROOVES FESTIVAL by U Mobile, a mini festival within the festival featuring:
Photo credit: Jono White
Wolf Alice ('Bros', 'Don't Delete The Kisses'), the North London alt-rock four-piece reimagining dream pop and grunge;
Brooklyn's Bodega ('Jack In Titanic', 'How Did This Happen?!'), an art-rock unit blending kraut-y post-punk sounds with sharp as well as astute social observations.
Se So Neon ('A Long Dream', 'The Wave'), a South Korean indie phenomenon peddling quirky pop-rock steeped in blues and jazz
Phum Viphurit ('Lover Boy', 'Long Gone'), Bangkok-based singer-songwriter deft with sunny, wistful sounds of lo-fi funk and folk.
Malaysia's very own four-piece indie act Midnight Fusic ('Heart of May', 'Lovesick'), fresh off the release of their six-track EP 'When Love Was Around'.
Singer-songwriter Bil Musa ('I Would Die', 'No More Excuses') brings her indie pop tunes to the Chin Woo stage.
'Young Dumb & Broke' rising star Khalid takes to the KL Live Stage with pure R&B nostalgia and pulsing dance synths ready-made for summer night singalongs.
For more details, head over to urbanscapes.com.my