St. Jerome's Laneway Music Festival Singapore 2011 Line Up Announced
Indie-rific Laneway line-up will excite your inner hipster.

By Clae Sea | Oct 21, 2011

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The St. Jerome's Laneway Festival Singapore 2011 line-up has dubbed itself the biggest indie music fest in Southeast Asia this year.

The line up: Anna Calvi, Austra, Cults, Feist, Girls, Laura Marling, M83, The Drums, The Horrors, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Toro Y Moi, Twin Shadow, Wu Lyf, Yuck.

We've listed our 7 favourite bands with a couple samples of their music if you're not familiar with some of them. Skip to the next page and take a gander.

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