Majulah Made in S.E.A. celebrates rising Southeast Asian artists

The event at *SCAPE is part of Music Matters Live 2022.

Sherlyn Sim

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Published: 19 September 2022, 4:49 PM

Emerging musicians from around Southeast Asia will be performing at Majulah Made in S.E.A. this Sep 28 at *SCAPE The Ground Theatre. 

Organised by Zendyll Music Agency and All That Matters, in collaboration with Somerset Belt, Majulah Made in S.E.A. is one of the showcases making up Music Matters Live 2022, which provides a platform for emerging local and international artists to perform to new fans. 

Some of the artists who will be performing at the event include RRILEY from Singapore, Lil J from Malaysia and Mikha Angelo from Indonesia. There will also be special appearances from Aisyah Aziz and Wani Kayrie.


Other acts performing at Majulah Made in S.E.A. include Krysta Joy, Hondo and Feez. PHOTO CREDIT: ZENDYLL MUSIC AGENCY


This will be Music Matters Live’s first year back onsite for performances since the COVID-19 pandemic hit. 

Jon Chua, the founder and CEO of Zendyll Music Agency, said: “With the strong support of Somerset Belt, Majulah Made in S.E.A. will be putting the spotlight back on deserving artists in the region, and I am really looking forward to that.”

There will be no shortage of food and drink either as local craft spirits and cocktails manufacturer Velixir, Japanese-inspired bar GudSht and Somerset Belt’s very own Assembly Ground cafe will be providing for attendees.

Tickets are $10 on Peatix at the early bird rate (excluding booking fees), and $15 for General Admission. Tickets will also be sold for $15 at the door on the day itself, and Music Matters 2022 passholders will get free admission.

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