Many know The Macallan as a premium distiller of single malt whiskey and their whiskey for being the poison of James Bond’s choice in Skyfall (2012). Beyond whiskey though, The Macallan is also a fervent supporter of arts and photography. In this vein, we were one of the lucky few flown out by The Macallan, … Continue reading
Maybe, it’s time we re-introduce ourselves again. We set out to switch up the Popspoken.com site about a year ago and boy, are we pleased to see our dreams transform into reality.
Like all of you JoBro enthusiasts, we over here at PS are wondering… what the hell is going on with the Jonas Brothers? It all started when the boys cancelled their highly anticipated world tour, which offered pricey meet and greets and sold out venues all over the place. With such a good thing going- why … Continue reading
Since its salad days as a new play in 1998, Atomic Jaya has come a long way, entertaining crowds for over a decade. For those who are new to the play, its plot fundamentally orbits around what happens when Malaysia attempts to build an atomic bomb. Written and directed by Huzir Sulaiman, we have rounded … Continue reading
[Review] Sebastian Tan pulls off an A+ job in this year’s Beng instalment, although our curator’s F9 mastery of Hokkien proved challenging in understanding some jokes.
Marina Diamandis better known under her stage name “Marina and the Diamonds” was in Singapore for a private concert this past weekend for a few incredibly lucky fans. Apparently she performed an hour long acoustic show, dressed in a drop-dead-gorgeous floor length gown that fit her in all the right places. After seeing on Instagram … Continue reading
Festivals in Singapore are pretty conservative. Lost a shoe in the mosh pit? Got your iPhone’s recording obstructed by an iPad’s recording? The sun was too hot? Nothing compared to the situation at Glastonbury each year. With Camp Symmetry (headlined by Mew and Explosions in the Sky) kicking off our November, we have prepared a … Continue reading
There’s plenty of reasons to get excited about Fide Fashion Week, and here’s another one which we’re sure has gotten many of you scrambling for tickets. After a hiatus of almost two years (yes, it’s been that long), Korean superstar Rain will be hitting our shores for Fide Fashion Week. It’s about time he returned … Continue reading
Imagine blowing that amount of money. That’s what 20 special (and probably extra cray-cray) fans will spend on VIP tickets to catch Korean rapper G-Dragon when he performs in Singapore this Saturday, 12 October, as part of Fide Fashion Week. He will perform a private showcase at 4.30pm at Marina Bay Sands Convention Centre, Hall F, … Continue reading
Palatable at best, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 is bland against its predecessor. For what the plot and characters lack in depth and flavour, it almost makes up for in vibrant and engaging (and at times overly exaggerated) animation, almost. Expect a few chuckles in this 95 minute movie, which arrives four years after its … Continue reading
Everyone has Facebook, and therein lies the problem because your family and colleagues are on it. Would you dare to share your party pictures with them? We didn’t think so – here’s where Goinout comes in handy.
You could always just “freelance”, if you’re self conscious about social stigma or just want a more high-sounding title, go with “independent contractor”.
IT’S BAAAAAAAAAACK! (But, erm, where’s the Rihanna collection?)
What would you do if you learnt that your family had an (unfortunate) history of.. time traveling? As you’re thinking about the boundless capabilities of this gift, read on to find out more about Richard Curtis’s new film that is set to release on 10 October!
Previously innocent Disney starlet Miley Cyrus has released her third solo effort “Bangerz” via a free stream on iTunes earlier today. This album has been highly anticipated, as the queen of twerk hasn’t released a body of work since her 2010 hot mess “Can’t Be Tamed”. With two massive singles already under its belt, the … Continue reading
She’s got no regrets tapping into her Chinese roots and venturing to unknown territories. (Unreal.) Ming Bridges is definitely bridging the gap between evolving as an artiste and still appealing to the masses. Read on to find out more about how dead on serious she is about her music.
Fashion is not as hoity-toity as you think it is. Get to know it, and maybe you will love it.
The spunky singer-songwriter dished out previous hits as well as new material from her upcoming English album.
Pangdemonium Productions took a huge gamble by taking on such a tragic and yet inspiring piece. So hit me on the back and scream jackpot because we’re pretty sure they pulled off Next To Normal almost flawlessly. Here’s the scene – a prototypical American family who at first appears to live a fairly normal life … Continue reading
Classy party? Classy concoctions? Classy rides home? Check, check, check.
Arthur’s Day hosted by Guinness served up its wow factor in epic proportions, literally. In its second installation, Arthur’s Day was held in a specially constructed pint-shaped concert arena at The Promontory@Marina Bay. Fans who patiently waited in the queue were rewarded with Guinness coupons, wrist bands and a parting gift of a Guinness tote … Continue reading
Most of us would be familiar with Timberland’s iconic yellow boots as seen on Hollywood stars such as Beyonce and Jay-Z. Take it from us, you don’t have to be a star to rock those classic, waterproof boots.
Arguably one of the biggest stars on the planet, Canadian pop sensation Justin Bieber graced the Padang stage for the closing concert of Singapore’s annual F1 Grand Prix. Teenage girls showed up in their thousands from 5am onwards, queuing in a messy open space which was clearly not prepared for the pandemonium that ensued. In … Continue reading
Barbados beauty and hip-hop star Rihanna took to the sunny shores of Singapore for our annual (and probably the biggest event of the year) Formula 1 SingTel Singapore Grand Prix! She performed on race night, and took the stage just moments after Sebastian Vettel’s mighty victory. Emotions and adrenaline were high as Rihanna adorned the … Continue reading
Being over 9,000 miles away from their hometown in Las Vegas, the good-looking boys from The Killers were quick to adapt to Singapore last night on Sept 21. While local and international acts like The Sam Willows, Weish, Bob Geldof, Dynamo and Cirque performed around the four zones at the 2013 Formula 1 Grand Prix … Continue reading
Kickstarting the high-octane Singapore’s F1 Grand Prix 2013 was DJ Hardwell who played many hard-hitting dance tracks to a sold-out crowd just yesterday at Fort Canning Park.
It is safe to say that every artiste wishes to be signed to a major record label. For The Maine, it is quite the opposite. They’ve even got the guts to tell their record label to f*** off. Now independent, or shall we say “indie”, the boys from The Maine has finally made it to … Continue reading