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Scarlet Avenue

SAComprising of 2 Singaporean brothers, Amos and Adam, Scarlet Avenue spent their formative years in France and began their musical journey then. Upon coming back to Singapore, they continued their passion in music by writing and performing their songs. In 2014, they were signed to United Records and released their debut EP album titled ‘Happy Heartbreak’ and went on to launch 2 other singles “Paperplane” and “Lighthouse” the year after. They held their first full house concert at Alliance Francaise in July 2015.

Scarlet Avenue has been actively involved in the local music scene by writing original theme songs for Mediacorp’s telemovies and Capitaland’s SG50 celebration “Project Celebrate”. Till date, they have been on school tours to more than 20 secondary schools and tertiary institutions in Singapore.

Apart from having their songs being playing on the local airwaves, Scarlet Avenue was also featured in MYX TV network in the Philippines. In December 2015, they were invited to perform in Philippines and were very well received by media and fans. They released their first full album titled ‘2024’ in March 2016 that topped SG iTunes Chart on first day of release.

Nic Lee

nicAfter graduating in 2006 with a Diploma in Audio Engineering, Nic and his childhood friends formed Milubing 迷路兵 which took part in a nationwide competition, Channel U's Superband, and emerged as champions. Since then, he has performed on countless TV and outdoor performances both locally and overseas.

Nic recently launched his first solo single 我还期待 with United Records and is preparing to release his EP Album this 2016. He is also actively involved in a variety of music production work from recording to mixing and commercial work.


SAGIMA band is a Singaporean Fusion Folk Music Band, being the first Mongolian Morin Khuur and Guitar fusion band in South East Asia. GIMA blends ancient folk cultures with a modern style and creates new sound scape with their arrangements. They enjoy exploring the musical cultures of Asia, creating cultural music exchange and collaborating with other musicians.


In October 2017, a 4-track EP titled; "草原的新声" (Mongolian Fusion) was successfully released and the band held their album launch at The POD (National Library) with Guest-of-Honour, Senior Minister of State, Ms Sim Ann gracing the event. 联合早报(Lian He Zao Bao) also reported on GIMA’s efforts of creating multi-cultural and artistic music.