Saturday, 1st & 8th August 2009: SSS Noise Concerto Vol. 1 & 2

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  1. haq says:

    bands will play accordingly..

    1)tenderfist
    2)killieurcalculateur
    3)akta angkasa
    4)zeue
    5)ilustrasi
    6)man under zero effort

  2. haq says:

    crowds are advise to take the public transportation (lrt)..
    demo on demolish ISA will be held on that day, so might be roadblocks and traffic jams…

  3. haq says:

    Transport advisory for Studio,Shop.Space! Noise Concerto on Sat 1 Aug

    Due to the road blocks by the police in conjunction with the Anti-ISA & Pro-ISA demonstrations tomorrow, we advise you to consider alternative transportation if you plan to come to The Annexe Gallery for the gig Noise Concerto.

    Basically Anti-ISA will be by Gerakan Mansuhkan ISA (GMI) and Pro-ISA is by Pewaris. According to the Suara Keadilan report:

    “GMI represents more than 83 NGOs, political parties, student bodies, women‚Äôs rights groups and human rights organisations. Pewaris represents 12 Malay NGOs.

    Supporters of GMI will be wearing either black or red while Pewaris members plan to wear white.

    GMI will begin its procession at 2pm from three locations – Sogo shopping complex, Masjid Jamek and Masjid Negara.

    Pewaris will start at Pasar Seni, Masjid Negara and Padang Merbok in Kuala Lumpur before walking to Dataran Merdeka at 2pm.

    Both groups are due to march to the Istana Negara, where they plan to hand their respective memorandums to the King. It is during this last part of the march that they may overlap and clash.”

    You are advised to take the LRT train to either the Pasar Seni station — we suspect Masjid Jamek station will be closed. But even safer to take the Komuter to KTM station. It is just a 10 mins walk to The annexe Gallery.

    If you have to drive, best to park at a nearby station and take the train. Otherwise you will surely be caught in the massive traffic jams, if not caused by police road blocks, then by the demonstrators themselves.

    See you at The Annexe Gallery, where we are always Anti-Road Blocks and Pro-Music!

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