Focus Asia 4: Mellow Fellow Live in Busan with Band 88

Ralph Lawrence Kevin Reyes (Nickname: Polo) aka Mellow Fellow is a 23-year-old self-taught, Manila-born lo-fi pop artist who started out as an anonymous SoundCloud user in 2011. He’s remained mysterious throughout the release of his three albums (Self-titled, Jazzie Robinson and 604 Diamond Street) and even after being revealed in a Scout Magazine interview, the introspective musician continues to produce tunes that blend radio-friendly aesthetics with somber lyricism that has made him an underground sensation, enabling him to score collaborations with Clairo (How Was Your Day?), Floor Cry (New Year’s Eve), Teenage Granny (You’ll Be Alright) and Ruru (It’s Okay to Dream).

Mellow fellow’s reminiscent radio-tune love songs serenades through bright, shimmering guitars and sunset choruses married to a lonely, golden voice. This park-brewed palette imagines a perfect, tender daydream spent waltzing and romancing heart.

Mellow Fellow appeared in Hong Kong as co-headliner with Phum Viphurit in August 2018.

He also performed in the Lokatara Music Festival in Jakarta and All the Noise in Manila last November 2018.

Date: 2019. 04. 20. Sat 19:30
Venue: Ovantgarde (오방가르드)
Advance Tickets: 35,000w won / Door: 45,000 won

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