KokkaMango & KoolerKarnival

Song has a longish intro....wait for it.

Vans Musicians Wanted: KL 
When: Sun, August 20, 3:00pm – 6:30pm, 2017
Where: Perfect Square Space, 147A Jalan Aminuddin Baki, TTDI, Kuala Lumpur
Admission: Free
Info: Event | Venue

The Wknd Sessions, in partnership with Vans Malaysia, is seeking out the best in new and unsigned local acts, with the prize being a chance to play at the international stage of House of Vans Asia Tour 2017, as well as a grant from The Wknd Recording Fund. For the KL stop, post-hardcore titans KilleurCalculateur will showcase their chops alongside our four KL finalists MassMusic, BudakNakalHujungSimpang, ZipZieller and KokkaMango. You have cast your vote and now it's time to hear them live!

Cooler Lumpur Festival 2017 info
Fri-Sun, 18-20 Aug 2017 @ Publika, Kuala Lumpur

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