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Matthew Yap and Aaron Wong of Allura. Photo: Christopher Toh
Mark John of Allura. Photo: Christopher Toh
Inch Chua and Low Han Quan of Allura. Photo: Christopher Toh
Allura's back: The band gave their first performance in years at Bedok Reservoir. Photo: Christopher Toh
Rocker's reunion: Allura gets back on stage for the 100+50 music festival at Bedok Reservoir. Photo: Christopher Toh
Mark John, Inch Chua, Han Quan and Matthew Yap of Allura. Photo: Christopher Toh
It's been a long time since they rocked and rolled: Allura performing at Bedok Reservoir for the 100+50 music festival on Aug 8. Photo: Christopher Toh
Inch Chua, Han Quan, Matthew Yap and Aaron Wong of Allura at the 100+50 music festival at Bedok Reservoir on Aug 8. Photo: Christopher Toh.
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Rockers Allura wow at 100+50 music fest

August 10
Inch Chua and former bandmates’ set one of the highlights on second weekend
Concert Review: Jay Chou Opus 2 World Tour

Concert Review: Jay Chou Opus 2 World Tour

SINGAPORE – Shortly after Jay Chou’s concert at the National Stadium ended on Saturday night, a friend texted this message to me: “Jay Chou sang so well, the roof cried.” It was...

Album review: Classics (She & Him)

Album review: Classics (She & Him)

SINGAPORE — This covers/tribute album by Zooey Deschanel and M Ward is also the first recording released by Columbia Records after the duo left indie label Merge Records earlier...

Album review: Doolittle 25 (Pixies)

Album review: Doolittle 25 (Pixies)

SINGAPORE — In a very real sense, Pixies’ third album Doolittle was the bridge between ‘80s alt-rock pioneers Husker Du and Nirvana’s phenomenal mainstream success in 1991, aka ...

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