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The Gendang Weekly Digest #24

Happenings from our scene this past week…

 

Help for Sabah

Kita Belum Menang. And for our friends and family in Sabah, these are really challenging times, to say the least. One Sabahan TV personality and child rights advocate, Dahpne Iking has been active in gathering support to raise funds for the marginalised in the state  and we at Gendang would like to invite all our readers to contribute to her efforts as well. Click on the kitafund link to know how…

 

One for the Indie Scene Fans

The Ipoh Music Symposium 2019 Journal entitled ‘Muzik Independen’ was recently launched at PORT, Ipoh. The 124-page book includes papers presented during the symposium as well as new writing and photos from the event and promises to be a relevant resource for local music lovers. It’s available at PORTDISTRO in Ipoh, or you can DM their official Twitter or Instagram page for more info.

 

Ilham Gallery’s virtual Tour

With the Gallery closed again due to the current CMCO, a virtual tour of their latest exhibition, ‘Bayangnya Itu Tenggelam Timbul’ has been launched. The exhibition “invites us to discover the different values and meanings that people have invested in the photographic image through the years, in an attempt to explore an alternative understanding of the complex modern history of photography.” Click on this link to launch the tour: http://www.ilhamgallery.com/tours/bitt/

 

Books, Books, Books!

Also going virtual this year is the annual books galore, the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale. Happening from 4-11 November, you won’t need to drive all the way to Mines at 3am this time around to get the best deals. And as usual too, discounts will be up to 90%!

 

KL NOIR is Back!

Last published in 2014, the anthology will next be released in 2021 and publishers FIXI NOVO need short stories from writers of any genre. Refer to the poster for details:

 

This Week’s New Music

Need some air-guitar to relief some of the stress we’re all currently feeling? The latest tune by alternative outfit PARABOLA called ‘Take Me Down’ will do the trick nicely. Crank up the volume!

Also, listen to the interview with the band on Somethin Like That with Nav:

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