Saturday Night Vibes

Shook! Kuala Lumpur resents a unique sensory experience on Saturday nights. Featuring a contemporary dining concept and live entertainment in a stylish space, let your senses feast on the eclectic Cirque du Culinaire of exquisite Asian and European cuisines and groove to original music performed by some of the country’s finest musical talents.

Cirque du Culinaire Dinner : 7.00pm to 10.30pm at MYR 168 nett per person
Live Performance & Happy Hour : From 9.30pm (1 For 1)

January 6, 2018


The 9 Lives Band has been active for the last 18 years and currently compromises of four experienced musicians with diverse strength and character. Their repertoire is vast and varied, ranging from the 60’s till today’s chart toppers. This includes pop, rock, blues, country, fusion, dance, R&B, reggae, jazz and Latin. You name it, they’ve got it.

9 Lives Band has a record to hit the night with slow burners or electrifying pumped up beats to get the audience rocking and partying all night long.

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January 13, 2018


Singer-songwriter Zalila Lee has been gigging in and about Kuala Lumpur for the past decade or so. Armed with gritty vocals and an acoustic guitar; she often sings about thoughts and circumstances through a crossbreed of plucking, strumming, and palm-thumping –as evidenced in the rhythmic ride of her album “Shadows”, that was released in 2014. Expect a mix of grooves from blues and indie rock, with a steady staple of alternative folk. She is joined on stage by Mariamlisa Zainal Abidin on cello and Savy Ho and Cheah Wei Li on the violin.

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January 20, 2018


Aina Abdul is no stranger to the Malaysian music scene. She is fondly known as Aina Mentor, a title derived from the national prime reality television singing competition Mentor Legend, which she auditioned to participate in 2014. She came into the limelight after becoming the first runner-up on the show under the apprenticeship of Malaysia’s Queen of Rock; Ella. Later that year, she gained further international recognition as she rose to win the Senior Grand Vocalist Champion’s title at the World Championship of Performing Arts (WCOPA) held in Hollywood, Los Angeles.

In 2017, she was revealed as the performing artist behind the song Ribut Hati, the original soundtrack for the year’s local blockbuster movie Tombiruo: Penunggu Rimba. Following this, she released her much awaited debut English R&B and soul single, Reminiscing.

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January 27, 2018


Passion, and persistence without exception are the two key things that would best describe Brendan James de Cruz as a person, and most of all, as a musician.

After the success of his debut EP, Even So, in September 2016, de Cruz barely took a moment's breath before hitting the independent scene with his second record in August 2017, Black, which was mastered by internationally renowned mastering engineer, Pete Maher. Pete has worked with names such as Damien Rice, The Rolling Stones, U2, and The Killers.

Having shared the stage with local acts such as Gabriel Lynch, Bihzhu, Bil Musa and Talitha Tan, Brendan de Cruz best defines who he is and what he does when he says, “As long as I’m making music, I’m happy.”

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