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Music

Should You Return: Copeland Makes a Comeback

The last we saw of indie rock band Copeland was at one of their final shows in 2010, as we bid them a tearful farewell before their break up. Fast forward to the present and the band are back together with a new album and a new date in Singapore! Copeland’s return to Singapore is organised by Snowbird Productions, who was previously responsible for bringing in Against The Current and Lenka. The show has been set for Tuesday, 3rd May 2016 at TAB Singapore with tickets now available from Peatix. Tickets are $78 for general admission and $98 at the door. There…
Music

Interview With Dexter: Beauty from Pain

Now, everyone has their own way to deal with a breakup. We all mope, drowning in self-pity and tubs of ice cream. Some go onto social media and share depressing or incredibly sulky and angry posts, some stay in and play angst-filled music with a glass of wine, and some people channel their hurt into their craft, creating beauty from pain: Taylor Swift and Adele come to mind when it comes to making millions art from breakups. DANamic.ORG spoke to Dexter Choo, a new name in Singapore’s local music scene. We caught up with him as he rides on the release of…
Gaming

“The Cat Lady” is Not That Crazy of a Game

Point and Click games have been a part of gaming since the introduction of the point-and-click interface and are pretty good ways to get people into video gaming. For most part, they are simple to pick up, are thoroughly oversaturated when it comes to free games and often have enough puzzles to keep your attention for quite some time; at times even being slightly addictive. Occasionally, Point and Click games come with witty dialogue (Here’s to you, Secret of Monkey Island) or an exciting plot to hold your interest until the end (The Last Door or Sherlock Holmes series are…
Gaming

Fort Meow Purrs Into Your Game Library

Welcome to the Gaming Vertical where I have no absolute clue what I’m doing here… No, seriously, last thing I remembered before I became a Gaming writer was getting a drink from the bar. Did someone put something in my- Anyway, according to instructions left here in this dank basement furnished with a pretty beefed up computer (the room has no windows or ventilation so I’m assuming this is a basement), I’m supposed to be talking to you about video games. Narrative spiel aside, I’ll be happy to talk about video games so let’s start off with something casual to…
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