“space, interrupted” is one of the shows from QUBtv. It 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 of the music with unexpected audiences and post them at our web for everyone to see. We are open to any kind of music from pop to reggae, jazz to electronic, to any sub stream music that exist.
The indie pop group bring their melancholy tune to a futsal court.
Our first ever show, "Space, interrupted" with Luky Annash
Swimming Elephants embraces unusual composition and shows us what modern pop should sound like.
Kunokini gives a perfect soundtrack for a groovy morning.
Probably our most absurd episode, Sir Dandy sings his quirky lyrics in the most unexpected place.
Tropical Thrust, teamed up with Ade Paloh, delivers a high dose of organic, soothing pop sound.
The 4 piece hard rock unit do a collaboration with Eka Annash and plays a mid day session on the con
Watch the videos and you'll know why this is the band you need to pay attention to.
The Shanghai duo wandering the streets of Jakarta before the final gig of their South East Asia tour