HUNG AT DAWN: Concert Against Death Penalty

Posted by under Public Forums on 22 July 2005

Think Centre's Working Group on Death Penalty invites you to the Second concert Against Death Penalty in Singapore. HUNG AT DAWN is organised by an independent group of sound artists and individuals called Songs for Sam.

HUNG AT DAWN

Sign Petition Singapore: Calls for immediate moratorium on the death penalty

Local Bands Remember Sam
Shanmugam s/o Murugesu was executed at 6am,Friday, May the 13th 2005.

CONCERT INFO:

HUNG AT DAWN
GATHERING OF THE LAPTOP, THE NOISE & THE ACOUSTICS

18TH AUG (THURS, TMR)
6.30PM
THE SUBSTATION GUINNESS THEATRE
ENTRY: $10.00

After the first concert Hung At Dawn which featured local punk rock bands, HUNG AT DAWN - GATHERING OF THE LAPTOP, THE NOISE & THE ACOUSTICS, sees another group of artists creating original works responding to the death penalty system.

On laptop: George Chua, Zulkifle Mahmod, Chong Li Chuan, Yuen Chee Wai. On acoustics: Cyril Wong, Ang Song Ming and sixTnine.

On noise Zai Kuning, Marcos Destructos & Mindfucking Boy.,br>

Guest performer, godfather of regional punk rock, Carburetor Dung (KL, Malaysia).

6.30PM GEORGE CHUA

7.00PM ZULKIFLE MAHMOD

7.30PM CHONG LI CHUAN

8.00PM sixTnine

8.45PM CYRIL WONG & ANG SONG MING

9.15PM YUEN CHEE WAI

9.45PM ZAI KUNING

10.15PM CARBURETOR DUNG (KL, MALAYSIA)

HUNG AT DAWN is organised by an independent group of sound artists and individuals called Songs for Sam. It marks the start of an ongoing series of regional concerts Against the Death Penalty in Southeast Asia. A CD with music Against the Death Penalty is being compiled with input from regional bands.

Sources and Relevant Links:

Think Centre 6th May Candlelit Vigil at Furama City Centre Hotel

Reuters Singapore: President rejects clemency for Shanmugam

Think Centre Think Centre: Reaffirms Call for Moratorium on executions

Think Centre Death-row detainee Shanmugam: 2 hanged and there are 8 more

Think Centre Death Penalty: SAVE THE LIFE OF SHANMUGAM MURUGESU

Today Online Was innocent man hanged due to procedure? 27 September 2003

Straits Times Interactive Death penalty: The Unconstitutional Punishment 8 August 2003

Aliran Is Capital Punishment Justified? Mistakes can and have been made and, in maintaining the death sentence, innocent people will be killed

Think Centre Death Penalty Case Gets an Airing in Parliament 19 July 2001


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