A crowd of over 1000 local city-goers came down to the Sentul Depot event space for the “Urbanscapes 2019″ Unlimited Grooves Festival Presents 777 Music” show to sing and dance the night away with 4 of indie music’s hottest acts; Lost Spaces, SOBS, Sunset Rollercoaster and Boy Pablo.

As part of U Mobile’s Unlimited Grooves initiative, the large telco service provider has brought Unlimited Grooves Festival for its 2nd year! Apart from the splendid line-up, we also got to enjoy other interesting activities while enjoying the live show – including basketball shooting game as well as skating at the roller rink, to name a few.

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The event kicked off with the performance of our very own up-and-coming alternative rockstars, Lost Spaces. Despite being the opening act, they never failed to leave a good impression to the crowd. During the event, they wowed the fans with energetic renditions of their popular songs like “Bad Motel”, “35 mm” and “Soft Tides”.

Before continuing with their performance of their retro-driven single “Discohaze”, frontman Samuel Lopez asked the fans to dance and sing along with them, which in turn received loud cheering from everyone. They then closed their segment with “Fake Guitars” and “Boxset Girlfriend”.

Up next was city-pop band SOBS. The Singaporean-based band performed a string of their signature songs including “Vacation”, “Catflap”, “Astronomy” and “Eastbound”. Not only that, they also performed some of their latest singles as a special gift for their fans in Malaysia. Their performance include “Air Guitar”, “World Implode” and “LOML”. After thanking everyone for inviting them to the show, they then performed their last song for the night, “Telitale Signs”.

The lights went out in preparation for the next act, Sunset Rollercoaster. One of the most anticipated entertaners during the night, the 6-member Taiwanese band heated up the stage with a string of chilled and mellowed down performance of their hit songs including “Vanilla”, “Almost Mature”, “Burning Red” and “Greedy”. After addressing the audience, they continued heating up the stage with live performances of “Summum Bonum”, “Angel Disco Love”, before ending their segment with their most famous jam, “My Jinji”.

After Sunset Rollercoaster exited the stage, the lights started to dim once again. As the crew started to clear up the stage to make room for the final performer of the night, the audience started to chant “Pablo! Pablo! Pablo!” as they called out Boy Pablo on stage. A few moments later, the 5-member band appeared right in front of fans’ eyes to perform their songs “Fantasizing” and “IMREALLYTIRED”.

Die hard fans of the Norwegian ensemble started to go bananas as they sang along to each and every word of their songs including “Feeling Lonely”, “Ur Phone”, “JD’s Song”, “Sick Feeling” as well as the medley “Ready/Problems”, “Limitado” and “Beach House”.

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Just when we thought the boys were running out of energy after the non-stop upbeat sequences, they took it up another notch with a series of energetic performances for songs including “Never Cared”, “Everytime”, “TKM”, “T-shirt”, and “50 souls”. The crowd continued to sing and dance along to their signature upbeat numbers along with the colourful lightings of the stage that accompanied the hot night.

Before they performed their last songs, vocalist Soy Pablo thanked everyone for having them here in our country. He then asked the fans to dance their heart out and enjoy the night. They then closed the show with performing “WTF” and “Dance Baby”.

 

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We had a blast with @urbanscapes at the #UnlimitedGroovesFestival 💃🏻🕺 We sang and danced until our hearts content. Thank you for an unforgettable experience 🥳🙌🏼 #ReconnectKL #sentuldepot #kualalumpur #malaysia

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We have no doubt that all the featuring artistes for this music festival have given their all-out efforts to entertain the crowd in attendance. If anything, this concert has made us appreciate their music even more!

Definitely looking forward for the next Urbanscapes 😉

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Syahrul Ramadan
Graduated with a major in K-pop studies... (lol jk 😆)