4 Episodes

By: Grid Culture

Grid CAST | Learn more about these musicians featured on our YouTube, Grid LIVE as we sit and chat about their struggles and triumphs on their artistic journeys hosted by Syafiq Halid, founder of Grid Culture.

Grid CAST Episode 4 with Joel See

Joel See is a singer/songwriter who hails from Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia. Based in Singapore.

His music is predominantly R&b with inklings of bluesy guitar playing. Inspired by the likes of Bruno Major and Mac Ayres, Joel attempts to tell stories through song.

Special thanks to our guest and friend.

Joel See : LINK HERE

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Grid CAST | Learn more about these musicians featured on our Youtube, Grid Live as we sit and chat about their struggles and triumphs on...

Grid CAST Episode 3 with Takashi

Takashi Sagara started to DJ in Tokyo in 2006. His career commenced with hip hop music, then gradually expanded his interest to house/techno/jazz/funk. While, he collects vinyl records all over the world to dig down the dance groove from folklore or local dance music. He started training in music production in 2020. His music is based on underground dance music but inspired by a wide variety of music he has explored throughout his DJ career.

Special thanks to our guest and friend.

Takashi : Link here


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Grid CAST Episode 2 with SILOWAV

SILOWAV is a singer, songwriter, and guitarist who writes, produces & mixes all his songs in his bedroom.  

He leans into his emotions as he writes and sings about the intricacies of love and loss, expressing a desire to resonate with people with shared experiences. Harnessing a myriad of influences including The Weeknd, Post Malone, Billie Eilish, John Mayer, Frank Ocean, HONNE, and Keshi, he fashions a compelling alternative pop sound with an undercurrent of R&B, offset by gritty, soulful guitar build-ups and confessional lyrics. 

SILOWAV's debut, self-produced single, "Addicted&qu...

Grid CAST episode 1 with Rosemainy

Rosemainy is a musician, educator and composer. Traditionally trained in gamelan for the past 10 years, she was the Artistic Director of Singapore’s only Balinese gamelan ensemble, Gamelan Singamurti (Gamelan Asmaradana Ltd.) from 2013 to 2020. Fuelled by the philosophy of gamelan in which establishing a relationship between the musician and the music requires more than hitting the right notes, Rose aspires to ascend towards rasa—the highest form of aesthetics in karawitan. In 2020, she started SKALA to further expand her interest in creative collaborations with other art forms and practitioners.

Special thanks to our guest and friend.