Features musicians playing at unusual places. The aim is to offer an alternatives point of view for audiences to enjoy intimate music show apart from conservative TV shows, and also to documenting the local music scene. In each series different musicians will choose one unusual place (not stage or music studio) to perform. QUBtv will film the performance, (and at some moments) the interaction between the artists with unexpected audiences.
Swimming Elephants is one of the hot-item in the Indie Pop local music scene. The band comprises Rizki Yogaswara (vocal and guitar), Saraswati Juwono (vocal), Gilar Di Aria (guitar and keyboard), Ranggi Mukti (bass), Wisnu Andita (drums), and Aprilia D.H (keyboard, glockenspiel, percussions). Although the five of them claimed that they don’t have any musical background, Swimming Elephants has successfully stole the audience’s attention in every single gig they play.
With their tight schedule, we are surprised that they would squeeze in time for Qubtv video shoot. Too bad April couldn’t join us that day, so the band members showed some love by writing her name on the wall. Three songs – Digicam #2, At the Zoo, and kacrut – were nicely wrapped in a steamy hot room and made such a notable highlight of the day!