Saturday Night Vibes

Shook! Kuala Lumpur presents a unique sensory experience on Saturday nights. Featuring a new 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)

October 7, 2017


The WVC Malaysian Jazz Ensemble was formed in 2006, and has toured extensively in Asia, including its home, Malaysia.

WVC has had a prolific recording career, with five instrumental albums of original tunes under their belt – the latest being Do Not Go Gently (2016). They explore different musical genres, while maintaining the spirit of jazz as its core. WVC also enjoys transforming unlikely pop tunes, Chinese classics, and mainstream music into new jazz re-arrangements, in the spirit of the great jazz musicians of old. 

WVC has received 10 nominations at the prestigious Boh Cameronian Arts Awards, with three wins in 2016.

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October 14, 2017


2013 Voice Independent Music Awards Song of the Year winner and Vox-Pop Winner in the Cabaret Song category for the USA-based 12th Independent Music Awards, the Penang-born songstress BIHZHU is blessed with a rich, soulful voice and a whole lot of heart. Her rapturous performances have enchanted audiences, from intimate acoustic concerts to music festivals in Malaysia, Indonesia, South Korea, China, and Australia.

Combining elements of jazz, soul, reggae, and pop with her debut album Nightingale Tales, her genuine songcraft celebrates love, beauty, and life’s most treasured moments.

She contributed lyrics to We Will Believe Again, the second theme song of one of Malaysia’s top-grossing movies Ola Bola. Bihzhu also made a cameo appearance as herself performing her single The Heart Way in the 2017 Penang Hokkien movie directed by Saw Teong Hin, You Mean The World To Me.

No more Malaysia’s best-kept secret, Bihzhu is ready to take flight. And she wants to take you on for the ride.

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October 21, 2017


RYOT JONES is an eight-piece band which resides in Kuala Lumpur. The band consists of Deo Karmawan (guitar), Izzy Azhar (bass), Aaron Gideon (drums), Eddie Askari (keys), Clifford Tan (saxophone), Jazmi Jamaluddin (saxophone), Payung (trumpet) and Kyren Thomas (lead vocals).

The band is working on reaching wider audiences on the global stage with their debut album and the production of their single Dancing Shoes.

The band which was formed in early 2016 has garnered rave reviews from gig and performance establishments all around Kuala Lumpur for their high octane and energetic performances, winning Livehouse’s Battle of the Bands competition and most recently opening for soul sensation Joss Stone during her Kuala Lumpur concert.

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October 28, 2017


Four Leaf Clover is an indie Celtic folk-inspired instrumental band formed in 2015, comprising of tin whistler/vocalist Simmy, violinist Jonathan Khor, acoustic guitarist Jonathan Wong, bassist Ian Linga and percussionist Ashley Choong.

The band bonded over common interests such as video games and movie soundtracks, folk music, and world music. Besides original music, the band also performs covers of various artistes - some popular Irish folk singers (singing Gaelic songs) and some pop and rock icons like Led Zeppelin and The Beatles. The band aspires to introduce and spread the beauty of Celtic music, combining it with local Asian cultures.

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November 4, 2017


Billie Blue & The Nowhere Men is a folk-rock outfit comprised of four members: Billie Blue Blackstone (vocals), Soheil Sanjabi (guitar and backing vocals), Icco (bass) and Reuben Devanesan (drums, percussions and backing vocals), who met in the bustling city of Kuala Lumpur. Often described as raw and vintage, the band draws their influences from groups of the late 60s and early 70s, while also experimenting with the various musical sensibilities that each member brings.

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November 11, 2017


Rainbows are our greatest hope for our planet, and coincidentally the legendary Prince's 24th studio album The Rainbow Children was believed to be a spiritual musical evolution for The Purple One. This stellar line up of musical talents see themselves as fearless avatars and rays of hope for the planet that we live in. Through our love of music and the art of performing Prince's legacy, we hope that this would help the Evolution of Humanity. A passionate union working together on a common goal – The Rainbow Children aspires to be the best Prince-inspired tribute band by paying proper homage to his music and to continue his Purple Reign.

No strangers to the music scene, 10 great musicians in their own right came together for this Magical Musical Mission. There are two keyboard players, Sharon Chong and Hiran Benton so it is twice the rocket power with this mothership. Plus there is the ship's navigator Omar Ibrahim, weapon experts Dave Tebari and Timothy Tang, the ship's doctors Kevin Choo and Khairul Anwar and first officers Evelyn Feroza, Jude Macson and Daryl Diengdoh.

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November 18, 2017


A breath of fresh air in the Malaysian independent music scene, Budak Nakal Hujung Simpang is a reggae/ Nusantara Ska band with the melodic chops and stage charisma that have made them festival darlings, holding crowds at the International Reggae Festival Malaysia, Concert Jom Heboh Pulau Pinang, and Skankin Festival among others.

The 10-piece outfit comprising of John Bear on vocals; Ameer on guitar; Suffren on bass; Fiffi on keyboard; Haziq on percussion, Sam on drums; with Hakim, Syed, Montel and Iz holding fort in the horn section – Budak Nakal Hujung Simpang have made appearances on TV (Selamat Pagi Malaysia on RTM1), as well as opened for Noh Salleh Acoustic Night, and Indonesian outfit Payung Teduh.

Currently in the running for top spot in the House of Vans Asia competition, Budak Nakal Hujung Simpang is definitely a music act to watch out for.

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November 25, 2017


Hailed as the Shanghai Jazz Queen of Malaysia, Janet Lee is a consummate performer with a portfolio in music and theatre. She has released two self-produced albums to date – Restless Heart (2015) and Cinnabar Rouge (2017) with her music director Tay Cher Siang; both albums were launched during her solo concerts by the same titles, held at Damansara Performing Arts Centre to full houses and rave reviews.

Janet has worked with Dama Asia, PAN Productions, KLPac, The Actors Studio Theatre, Saidah Rastam, Nick Choo, and KL Lyric Opera. Janet received the Trinity College of London’s Outstanding Achiever’s Award and earned a Distinction in the Trinity College of London’s Performer’s Certificate.

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