Thursday, June 14, 2007

SpotLight MalayaBand (Hujan)

Hujan (Which brings mean "Rain" in Malay) is another Malaysia band that formed in early 2006,this band consists of Noh as vocalist and also second guitarist, Dimas on bass, Iyag on 1st guitar and Ambobzeela on drums. Influenced by a diverse range of bands which include the likes of The Strokes, Butterfingers, and even Pot Amir Radiostaq, Hujan prefers to classify their music as alternative rock and has no qualms about delivering their material in Malay. Living and breathing the element they take their name after, their music alternates between the light, heavy and the torrential storm a reflection of the many stories, moods and agendas embedded in their songs. They sing about everything from love, God, family and to the happenings of the world.

The fans of hujan was described by them as Rangers or Raingers or Raintai.As I look at their MySpace page ( ,currently they are busy with many shows around Kuala Lumpur and Selangor. Maybe they should perform at another state sometimes (hope there are organizers would bring them to perform after reading this article)

How's their sound?
They have just released their 1st EP titled " 1,2,3 go?" which include 6 songs all of them.
1.Kuala Lumpur
3.Ahmoi Chantek
5.Pagi Yang Gelap
6.Sekejap Sahaja

Me also listen to their songs and in love with their songs.Me personally really love "Pagi yang Gelap" and "Hiba".What should i say about their songs..hurm.. they're sound like The Strokes sings in Malay,it's great! .For those who are intrested to buy this band's CD or T-Shirt must go to their shows because only right there they sell those merchandise.

The price of their Cd is RM10, must prepare enough money to buy their CD before you go to their shows.haha.Trust me,you'll absolutely buy it. For more info about this band,you may go to their myspace and get some listening of their lovely demo songs right there. Hope you enjoy their songs and become another Raingers next time. Cheers.

Next Event Of Hujan:

Check Out Their Demo Songs.

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