BIO

Narcloudia is an indie dreampop trio conceived in 2012 by Beatrix Alcala, Vhop Pascua (2012-2017), and Karla Pundaodaya. Originally a band of 4, Domini Robledo was part of the formation as lead guitarist until she had to leave Singapore in 2012. In May 2017, she has rejoined the line-up to take over as bassist shortly following Vhop’s amicable split with the group. A long hiatus in recording after releasing their EP ‘Sky Spectre’ back in 2014, their upcoming full length album ‘Day-Blind Stars’ is targeted to be released early next year (2018), with sound engineer/music producer Daniel Garcia (EarthMover/PointBee Multimedia) behind the helm.

Their music is described to have looming dreamike, lo-fi, goth, and shoegaze soundscapes injected with trippy bass lines and tempos. Reviews of Sky Spectre relate the band’s haunting sounds as something that feels like out of a Tim Burton or David Lynch movie soundtrack.

Check out/purchase Sky Spectre at iTunes, Bandcamp, Spotify, and CD Baby.

INTERVIEW:
http://www.atmos.sg/surface-narcloudia/

MENTIONS:

Oblique Musique
http://obliquemusique.com/2016/04/26/15-dreampop-artists-around-the-world/

ABS-CBN
http://news.abs-cbn.com/entertainment/04/12/17/pinoy-band-narcloudia-shows-them-in-singapore-debuts-in-ph

My Infinite Playlist
http://the11-11pages.blogspot.com/2017/04/from-sugar-hiccup-to-narcloudia-deja-vu.html

Pinoy Star
http://www.ofwpinoystar.com/sound-cloud-audio/

Bandwagon SG
https://www.bandwagon.asia/articles/the-ipis-has-landed-flying-ipis-live-in-singapore

Dragonfly Collector
a weekend in singapore [part 2]

CHECK THEM OUT HERE:
http://www.narcloudia.com
https://narcloudia.bandcamp.com
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAeh_PjuG7Tgp2pWW6oEBzg
http://www.instagram.com/narcloudia
https://www.bandpage.com/narcloudia
https://www.facebook.com/Narcloudia/

OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO, ‘THE SHOW’:

SOUNDCLOUD:


***On the name: ‘Narcloudia’***
Narcloudia is a Frankenword stitched with a bloody needle:
/narcolepsy/ + /clouds/ and the suffix /-ia/
Either indicative of a proper noun i.e. of a planet, an undiscovered disease perhaps or a bandname, YES. Why? because neologism is fun, and why the hell not?