Singaporean underground band The Psalms, pictured here performing in 2015, are one of a wide range of bands featured in Scene UnSeen. Photo: Woo Kai Shan / Courtesy of M’GO Films
Singaporean underground band The Psalms, pictured here performing in 2015, are one of a wide range of bands featured in Scene UnSeen. Photo: Woo Kai Shan / Courtesy of M’GO Films

How Singapore’s underground music scene survives in a ‘hostile environment’ revealed in new film

  • Scene UnSeen is a deep dive into what it means to be an underground musician in Singapore, featuring a range of the Lion City’s alternative music pioneers
  • A posthumous film by director Abdul Nizam, of ’80s band The NoNames, it is set to debut at the Singapore International Film Festival on November 28

Topic |   Asian cinema
Singaporean underground band The Psalms, pictured here performing in 2015, are one of a wide range of bands featured in Scene UnSeen. Photo: Woo Kai Shan / Courtesy of M’GO Films
Singaporean underground band The Psalms, pictured here performing in 2015, are one of a wide range of bands featured in Scene UnSeen. Photo: Woo Kai Shan / Courtesy of M’GO Films
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