Published on 17 July 2017

Calling all aspiring musicians (aged 35 and below) ready for your big break! Pop-Up Noise: The Great Singapore Replay (TGSR) is looking for you.

By Melanie Lee

Want to take part? Here’s what you need to do: 

– Upload a YouTube video of yourself covering a local classic hit between the 1960s and 2000s in any one of Singapore’s four official languages.

– Share the YouTube video on Facebook in a public post where you credit the original artist, as well as tag Noise Singapore and hashtag #TGSRCovers and #TSGR2017.

Participants stand to win cash prizes and the winner will have the opportunity to perform at a live concert at Clarke Quay Central on 9 September 2017. The entries will be judged on content, execution and video viewership by musician Tim De Cotta, Ruth Ling of Red Roof Records and Wu Jianping, the main music programmer of Noise Singapore and drummer of indie band King Kong Jane.

“Through this Open Call, we hope to inspire the wider public to be actively involved in celebrating all the wonderful made-in-Singapore music that we have across different genres, languages and generations,” says Kenneth Kwok, Assistant Chief Executive Officer of NAC.

All participants will also be entitled to attend a Stage Performance Workshop by Tim De Cotta on 26 August 2017.

Pop-up Noise: The Great Singapore Replay celebrates the best of Singapore’s contemporary music and local music talent. It is jointly presented by Temasek and NAC.

The submission deadline for Open Call: The Great Singapore Replay is 7 August 2017. Winners will be announced on Noise Singapore’s Facebook by 26 August 2017. Click here for more information.

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