Indie reunion buzz with double-header

File picture of the indie deejay collective Twilight Action Girl — (from left) DJ Xu, Chaseylain, Bunga and Ribut 10:59 — from their heyday.

INDIE deejay group Twilight Action Girl (TAG) make a rare reunion this weekend.

Two indie disco parties are better than one, they say. There can never be too much classic NME indie, shoegaze, post-punk funk, electro right to good ol’ fashioned soul and rock on the decks.

That’s the soundtrack of indie deejay group Twilight Actiongirl (TAG), which has been on indefinite hiatus since 2014.

TAG is turning up for a rare reunion party — make that two parties! — tomorrow night.

TAG will be playing at new venue The Paper in APW Bangsar from 5pm to midnight.

The first part of the party will see TAG members DJ Xu, Ribut 10:59, Chaseylain and Bunga holding down deck duties alongside special guests indie singer Neon Bunny and deejay crew KBNL (from Johor Baru).

The party at APW Bangsar, organised by FWD, is a lead-up to the all-nighter in Jiro KL in the heart of Bangsar. The Jiro KL afterparty starts at 1am till late.

A shuttle bus service (the TAG party bus) will be up and running for partygoers between Bangsar Village and APW and back on the night.

The APW Bangsar party is free admission. Registration necessary at the door to collect your wrist tags for the afterparty at Jiro KL.

For more information, look for Twilight Actiongirl on Facebook.

APW, 29, Jalan Riong, Bangsar, KL

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