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2K11 SEOULSONIC ASIA Korean Punk Pioneers <Crying Nut> to Partycrash Singapore’s Music Matters Live


(SEOUL KR) : As part of its 2K11 SEOULSONIC concert series promoting AltROK’s top breakthrough artists overseas, K-Pop creative agency, DFSB Kollective, has just announced that Korea’s best-selling indie band of all-time, Crying Nut, has been invited to perform at Singapore’s first ever Music Matters Live (May 26th - 28th).

Bundled as the grand finale for Asia’s premier digital entertainment conferences (Digital Matters & Music Matters : May 24th - 28th) and in partnership with HP computers, Music Matters Live is a free 3 day international music festival featuring 40 bands from 18 countries who are set to takeover 7 of the hottest venues in Singapore’s swinging nightclub hub, Clarke Quay.

On opening night, Crying Nut will get the party started as one of the headline acts for the official Music Matters Industry Showcase at Central Fountain Square (THU May 26th @ 10:30pm) and will be playing weekend gigs at SE7EN 1nch (FRI May 27th @ 7:00pm) and Lunar (SAT May 28th @ 9:00pm).

In addition to their trio of Singapore live shows, Crying Nut has also been tapped to be one of the festival artists who will be recording a special version of Coldplay’s “Fix You” which will be released worldwide as a charity single. All proceeds from the sales will be donated to support the survivors of Japan’s recent earthquake and tsunami disasters.

In celebration of their 15th anniversary, a 15-track Crying Nut (2K11 SEOULSONIC iMix) compilation is now available exclusively on iTunes Music Stores worldwide

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