Malaysian emotive punk band Social Circuit release live videos from shows in Korea

Malaysian emotive punk band Social Circuit release live videos from shows in Korea. The band played two shows and vocalist Dean was kind enough to send in his reflections of each show. Check it out below and go support this amazing band.

30th June K-Art Didim Hall

“It was a fairly big venue. We were quite nervous especially because our drummer missed his flight the night before (he had to leave a day later due to his college exams). But he managed to hop on the next one, he arrived just before our set with a fever. We went on stage with no expectations, thinking it’d be our worst set yet. But it turned out better than we expected. People were into it and we actually enjoyed our time on stage. It was a great day, everyone was friendly, people were enjoying themselves and Turnstile tore the roof off! We had such a great time at the show.”

1st July DIP

“The venue is a small one but we loved it so much. It’s a small basement space with a bar near Hongdae owned by the drummer of Things We Say. Ki (The Geeks) and Mizno (No Shelter) helped us get the show together. The rain was pouring heavily outside but the turnout was great. Packed room, good music and good company. When the show was over we were still high from being on the road. Can’t wait for the next show this Thursday.”

Social Circuit will be opening for Turnstile in Malaysia. Info in the flyer below. Go support Social Circuit and the opening acts: is an underground Asian music news website created for the sole purpose of supporting our own world. We support all bands and genres HOWEVER we do not support nor have any sympathy for homophobic, racist, sexist rhetoric in lyrical content or band material. UNITE ASIA!