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LIST OF ARTISTS WHO PERFORMED AT EQUINOX


12me’ & RAPH


12me' & RAPH
12me’ & RAPH

WORDS FROM THE ARTIST…”My fondest memories of our performances abroad are linked to Equinox all thanks to the ambiance, professionalism and overall great vibe there was thanks to you guys every single time we were in town. Every gig was a blast, the place was always packed…”  RaphWe’ve performed at equinox every time we ‘ve been to Phnom Penh simply because that was one of the best bar in the city to perform in. The crowd was always down to discover new artists and the staff always friendly. Nuff respect to Marco and Anthony for their true love for music.”  Mehdi*UPDATE* Mehdi (12Me;) has relocated and is now living in Phnom Penh.


2 Shots & a Chaser


2 SHOTS & A CHASER
2 SHOTS & A CHASER

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Rock n’ Roll

WORDS FROM THE ARTIST…

“2 Shots and a Chaser began as a casual request to fill a slot on a random Friday night and what sounded good at the time was strumming out a little rockabilly. I (Jet Odrerir) had kicked out some tunes with my mate Ziad Samman during my open mic nights and he was game for cranking a couple of acoustic guitars through a board to see how bad it could sound. Norwegian pounder Henrik Rasmussen became the ‘chaser’ to our impromptu double-frontman chaos machine. If The Cramps could make their best records without a bass player, we could give it a shot too. We had a great crowd but everyone sat outside because our acoustic guitars combined with one of the loudest drummers I’ve ever played with was a bit over the top. It was so fun and obnoxious that we had to keep doing it. We had a number of lineup changes during our venture but the main ones were – Brent Clark joined in on saxophone and Julien Mariani replaced Henrik on drums after he left Cambodia. So what if it was now a four piece? We liked the name so it stayed. Playing at Equinox was particularly good because getting loud acoustic guitars to behave is a challenge, mix in a saxophone and it really gets messy. Gigs are so much better when everyone can hear themselves and we tore it up. On top of that, local swing dancers the Phnom Penh Pswingers came down to take advantage of there being a dance floor in front of the stage (something a surprising number of PP venues lack). A helluva night that even sounded good listening back to it later (another bonus, getting a recording of the show).”  Jet

 


Acoustic Sessions Setara


Adobo Conspiracy


Anti-Fate

Auric Eyes

Bacano

Balgass

Bayon Blues

Bokor Mountain Magic Band

Bum n’ Draze

Cambodian Space Project

Creative Artist Night – 22 Solo Acts

Cyclosonik

Damage

Diego Dimarques

Digs – Canada

Doctor Eggs – Hong Kong

Dub Addiction

Durian

Drums, Bass, & Horns

Eastern Jazz Brigade

El Dealbreakers

Espresso Thmey

Fumes

Furor U5 – USA

Gimme Shelter Benefit Concert

Gobshite MGC

Grass Snake Union

Green Mist

GTS Jazz Quartet

Holey Bucket Union

Holiday In Cambodia

Imojah

Indradevi

Jahzad

Java – France

Jaworski 7

Jumpin Jacks

Kampot Playboys

Kheltica


Klezbodians


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Klezmer/Eastern Euro


Knockouts

Kok Thlok

KTFM – Germany

Klap Your Hands

Lazy Drunks

Les Frogs – Laos

Little Duke & the Mekong Blues Messengers

Lottie Dah – USA

Los Hermanos

Los Illustrado

Los Poporks

Love Below – Viet Nam

Mad-Fer-It

Marsyas

Mekong Messengers

Mekong Pirates

Milk Teeth – Hong Kong

Mincers


Moi Tiet!


Moi Tiet!

Original Rock/Pop

 “A Brit, a Filipino, a South African, a Frenchwoman and two Australians walk into a bar and unleash a melange of all-original pop/rock/funk/soul/blues tunes, with a double-vocal front, one of the most celebrated rhythm sections in town, a mesh of jazz-influenced horn with guitar effects. Occasionally an unorthodox approach to stringing guitars as well. Another of the wonderful melting pot Phnom Penh bands, where visual and experiential diversity, it seems, is important a consideration as any –We made ‘em laugh, we made ‘em dance, we made ‘em sing along. Songs written by Scott Bywater, Andre Swart and Jenna Holliday. You’ve got to put some love in the love bank if you want to take a withdrawal.”  Scoddy   

MUSIC: Scoddy.net

POETRY  The Silver Pepper of the Stars


Musikero

Naby – France

Na Zdorovoie International Corporation

Octopus – France

Open Mic Night

Osmosis

Paul Janovskis & Matt Dwyer – Australia

Potato Stars – Australia

Power of Love

Phnom Penh Hippy Orchestra

Professor Kinski

Quality Drops

Rhiannon Johnson Quintet

Rio Samaya

RNA

Sangvar Day

Schkoots

Shambolic 69

Sliten6ix

Sonic Detergent

Sopbai Hannuka Klezmer Band

Soren Borch and The Dudley Do-Rights

Splitter

Starch – Switzerland

Submarine Brass Band – France

Syse Swing

Tango & Snatch

Taxi Guys

Teaner Terners

Tiny Toones

Ukes of Hazard

Underdogs

Vibratone

Wanderlusters – Viet Nam

WASH

Will and the People – United Kingdom


Creative Artists Night

Billy Page UK
Chino De Nogales – Coulmbia
Clayton England – USA
Conrad Keely – USA
Derry Pigweed – UK
Jerby Salas Santo – Philipines
Joe Wrigley – UK
Joshua Chiang – Singapore
Keith Kenny – USA
Keren Keziah – Philipines
Kosal Khiev – USA
Leonard Reyes – Philipines
Lisa Concepcion – Philipines
Michelle Flemming – Belgium
Papa Dub – France
Richard Marshall – UK
Robin Narciso – Italy
Roxanne Dumant – Belgium
Scott Bywater – Tazmania
Sonny Inbaraj Krishnan – Australia
Sophie Rose – UK
TJ Brown – USA