EMCC | OMNIVERSE: ReG3N3SIS by NUS Electronic Music Lab

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With dazzling production and exhilarating music transcending genres and styles, this is one sonic journey that you will never forget.

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Emerging from the dark, futuristic sonic cityscape of 2020’s OMNIVERSE: Cyberpunk, NUS Electronic Music Lab returns in 2022 with OMNIVERSE: ReG3NESIS. Produced in collaboration with ExxonMobil Campus Concerts, EML takes its virtual show to the next level with a fresh line-up of 11 electronic musicians, ready to take you on an exhilarating journey into a brand new world rising from the ashes of an ancient apocalypse. With dazzling production and exhilarating music transcending genres and styles, this is one sonic journey that you will never forget.

This is a digital performance that will premiere on the ExxonMobil Campus Concerts Virtual Stage (YouTube) – a link will be sent to registrants closer to the date.


FALLING ISLANDS / TAN E-RENG is a half-human, half-synthesizer cyborg from an alternate 1984, where it is always night-time, and the streets are always bathed in the fluorescent, purple-red hues of neon lights. Through his music,  Falling Islands seeks to bring the sounds of yesteryear into the future.

juin / TAN JUN LIN strives to be a spiritual miracle lyrical individual. He writes songs based on his mood and often produces Future Bass and Lo-Fi tracks. His inspiration includes artists like Porter Robinson, 4s4ki and Giga.

VIVI / UMESHA VINUVI DHARMATILLEKE has always been intrigued by the production techniques in the songs she hears and strives to recreate such musical atmospheres herself in her own music. Though inspired by a wide plethora of music genres, VIVI is not limiting herself to any specific style.

AFTERSCIENCE / CLINT CHING JUN QI embraces music production as a form of self-expression and self-discovery. Having listened to video game and web animation music since secondary school, he gained interest in electronic music after exploring music labels such as Monstercat, one of many sources of inspiration for the music he makes.

The intersection of jazz and electronic music is not well-known, yet ALU / JOACHIM ALFONSO AMADO NAVARRO finds a home in its sound. He now explores the chiller side of the spectrum with his latest album, “everything is cake”. A renewed focus on melody and texture underscores the familiar jazzy harmonic language characterizing his previous works.

SPACECAT / THAM KAIWEN is a cat tumbleweeding through space. There are no sounds in space but with a bit of imagination and a computer, sounds can be made. Spacecat is not sure what sounds she gravitates towards, but a cat does what a cat wants. 

EXPERIMENTAL HARMONIES / CHRISTIE PNG WEN HUI incorporates both acoustic and electronic music influences into her tracks, as well as adopts a narrative style of songwriting by combining different genres to convey certain messages. She hopes to incorporate life experiences as she believes that music can unite people with common experiences.

Mixing elements of dance and experimental music, producer KIOS NIL / AARON YONG TSE WEI aims to subvert expectations of the listener in his tracks. His tracks are a study of the technicalities of bass design in conjunction with the usage of foley atop intricate arrangements of drum beats. 

XK / JIANG XING KAI is a passionate music producer who enjoys a wide array of genres, ranging from Classical, to Jazz, to EDM. Drawing inspiration from the music he enjoys, XK produces music that he and his friends can vibe to. Follow his journey. See what he creates next. 

In the relentless pursuit of a dreamer within, producer FiNeSiTe / CHEONG KA WENG strives to transcribe entrancing melodies out of constantly stifled emotions amidst the bleakness and monotony of daily life.

BOKEH FIELDS / SHAWN NG YONG KWANG sees music as a boundless outlet for exploring emotion and meaning, and a vast playground for sonic experimentation to express it. He believes that all sounds can be given musical life and with this spirit, he delves into the world of OMNIVERSE: ReG3NESIS. 

OMNIVERSE: ReG3N3SIS is part of ExxonMobil Campus Concerts (EMCC), presented by NUS Centre For the Arts.

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