Jane Chong - Lead Vocals / Keyboards
Adeline Oh - Lead Guitar1 / Backing Vocals
Leong Yin Har - Lead Guitar2
Jane Sebastian - Bass Guitar / Backing Vocals
Ker Shin - Drums
Free to Fall is an
all girl band originating from Klang. The band was formed in Dec 2005 with
most of them having minimum or zero knowledge about playing instruments or
making music. But having a shared passion and love for music has brought
them to where they are now. They are a versatile band mostly dabbling in Pop
rock music that also have a number of self composed songs; one of which made
its way to the finals of a local song-writing competition. Today they have
traveled all around, playing in schools, corporate functions, restaurants,
churches, music fest and etc.
Joe Loy & The Warehouse Project comprises of four friends coming together to
create music. The band consists of Joe Loy ( Lead vocals & Guitar), Darren Ong
(Keyboards), Raymond Dinshaw (Bass) and Xavier James (Drums). What makes this
band unique is that their songs reflect and declare a passion for God and music.
Their string of inspirations come from a diverse range of artistes such as
Switchfoot, Mae, Anberlin, Tree 63, Hillsong Australia, Israel Houghton & New
Breed, Steven Curtis Chapman, Chris Tomlin, Charlie Hall, David Crowder Band and
The Band's starting point begin in the Youth Ministries of Full Gospel
Assembly, Kuala Lumpur where they have been actively serving together for 5
years in the worship team. Their desire is to use their God-given gifts to
inspire and breathe change in the lives of people and nations.
“All The Nations” is the band's debut album which features 11 original
compositions that embraces modern Praise and Worship for this generation. Songs
such as 'Alive', 'Love Me', 'Let The Whole World Sing' captures the modern sound
and energy of contemporary praise.' All The Nations', 'My God Reigns', 'Love
came Down', I'm Blessed' are written with the intention to draw the hearts of
people back to God and remind people of the powerful love of God.
Altered Frequency is one of the most exciting &
energetic acts to emerge in the Klang Valley in recent years with numerous
appearances and performances at youth-based events. The band has even had the
honour to open for one of the biggest influences in their music, American
rockers Switchfoot; who hit Kuala Lumpur on 2 February 2008!
in 2000, some of the guys have known each other almost all their lives. Their
music carries a message of change and serves as an anthem to live out loud
without compromising your values. Their debut album "Exalt" was launched in
December of 2004 which garnered them a nomination for "Best New English Artiste"
in the 2005 edition of Malaysia's premiere music awards "Anugerah Industri Muzik".
Two of their Singles "Exalt" and "No" hit Malaysian airwaves that same year
while a third single "The Sun Will Shine Again" taken off a tsunami aid album
dominated the Xfresh charts for the better part of 2005. The band's influence is
growing and despite being 2 years old, "Running Back to You" and "No" entered
the charts again and stayed at No. 1 on FlyFM's Campur Chart. Their current
single "Beyond Now" was released in early February 2008 and also made it to the
FlyFM Campur Chart.
Exalt has already sold over 5,000 copies and the album is still winning fans
over; whetting their appetite for more. The band has been hard at work putting
material together and have been recording since early 2006 for their sophomore
release Transit which is due out by December this year (2008).
The band has been blazing a trail all over the country and beyond. In August
2006, the band went on tour in Australia, rocking the cities of Melbourne and
Adelaide. Their hardwork has paid off. Apart from Switchfoot, Altered Frequency
has had the privilege of opening for British rockers Delirious in 2006 and in
the following year opened for internatiocal rock act Sonic Flood. Other event
highlights include playing to a 5,000 strong crowd in Miri, the Asia Pacific
Youth Alive Conference 2003 and Sonic Fest 2004, Singapore.
Altered Frequency's media appearances include Latte@8 with Jason Lo, Hitz.tv's
Recovery (hosted by Serena C & Ferhad), TV3's Entertainment Now and Hitz.tv's
Aftershock. The band has also been featured quite extensively in print by The
Star, NST & KLue.
The raw sound that is Altered Frequency draws its inspiration from a variety of
musical styles; jazz, rock, R&B or black gospel ... AF listens to them all.
Musically the band is still in a state of evolution; developing an edgier feel
in their music.
Altered Frequency is made up of Andy Yeoh on lead vocals, Kysern Lim on guitars,
Agnel Raj on drums, David Gary on bass and its newest member Terry Yeow on
guitars/keys who was invited on board following the departure of long-time band
member Daniel Wong.