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5 international indie gigs to plan ahead for

There's a deluge of good music coming our way. 

By Neon Boonyadhammakul | Oct 03, 2017

  • 5 international indie gigs to plan ahead for


Rising Korean R&B/hip-hop performer Kwon Hyuk, better known as Dean, will play at  Moonstar Studio Hall 8 on Nov 11, jointed by counterparts Saay and Miso. Tickets are B2,500 (or B5,000 including meet and greet) available from 


This American artist (pronounced Jameson) is known for this ‘90s-indebted neo-soul tracks, which he’ll perform at Rockademy on Nov 11. Tickets are on sale for B1,100 (or B2,000 for two) from Ticket Melon, rising to B1,300 on the door.


Update, Oct 16: The Ducktails concert has been canceled. For more details, see the Have You Heard? Facebook page
Started in 2006 as the lo-fi “bedroom” recording project of Matthew Mondanile (formerly of New Jersey indie-rockers Real Estate), Ducktails will bring their breezy summer sounds to Bangkok for a live performance on Nov 17 at Rockademy. Support comes from Parasol (South Korea) and Temp. (Thailand). Tickets are B1,100 (or B2,000 for two) at, rising to B1,300 on the door.  


This Australian psychedelic-rock band known for mixing the heavy riffage and camp touches of '70s classic rock with strangely introspective lyrics just released their seventh album, The Weather (produced by Tame Impala's Kevin Parker). They’ll perform here on Nov 21 at Nakarin Space (399/1 Srinakarin Rd.) with support from local experimental producer Koichi Shimizu. Advance tickets are B2,000 and are available from


English indie-rock band Alt-J are heading to Bangkok (Moonstar Studio No.8, 701 Ladprao Soi 80) with tracks like "Breezeblocks" and "Every Other Freckle" on Nov 27. Tickets are B2,290 at 

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