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'Dawn To Dusk' Music Playlist #3 - Sarah Tang

Melodic beats recommended by the other half of Sarah and Schooling.

BY Derrick Tan | Mar 28, 2018 | Music

Left: Sarah Tang, Right: Alison Schooling. Photo by Rachel Lim.

This week for our 'Dawn to Dusk' music playlist, we caught up with the other half of Sarah and Schooling, Sarah Tang. Using a variety of genres and tempos, Tang is able to achieve that desired mood for each part of the day. 

Sarah and Schooling recently presented an exhibition at The Arts House called 'Out of Print', which was part of #buysinglit festival and Singapore Design Week 2018. Besides their contributions to the local literary scene, the creative duo also helm Itchy Fingers—a project that provides an avenue that allows one to pursue curiosity in learning.

 

An intimate session yesterday morning with @ohmjustsketch’s City Sketching of Teck Lim Road.

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The studio-workshop features lessons taught by a collective of independent Singaporean artisans who stretch boundaries to keep the spirit of craftmanship alive. Participants can exercise their creativity to create unique and tangible hand-crafted products. Unleashing your inner Michelangelo or Andy Warhol is also encouraged.

Sarah: "It's the mood of the music that syncs with the mood desired throughout the day. Isn't that the beauty of music? It articulates what words can't."

Morning:

"The secret to a good morning is to watch the sunrise with an open heart." — Anthony T. Hicks

1. Hallelujah — Jeff Buckley 
2. Nothing's Gonna Hurt You Baby — Cigarettes After Sex
3. Fade Into You — Mazzy Star 

Day:

"Everything was beautiful and nothing hurt." — Kurt Vonnegut

4. Perfect World — Kodaline 
5. Archie, Marry Me — Alvvays
6. Mercy — Shawn Mendes 

Night:

"The night hides a world, but reveals a universe." — Terry Gotham

7. Redbone — Childish Gambino 
8. I Need My Girl — The National
9. Somewhere Only We Know — Lily Allen


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