New for 2022: Jamming and Recording Packages

Bring the band together and choose between three new packages: Jam & Record, Jam & Record+, and Jam/Record/Shoot.

In Jam & Record, for $60 (U.P. $77) you’ll get to jam for 1 hour 45 minutes, then end off your session with 15 minutes of live recording and mixdown.

In Jam & Record+, for $80 (U.P. $128) you’ll get an extended 2 hours 30 mins of jamming time and 30 minutes of live recording time. You’ll walk away from the studio with not just a jamming experience to remember, but also a .wav audio file to show off your efforts!

In the ultimate Jam/Record/Shoot package, for $99 (U.P. $250++) you’ll get to jam for 1 hour 45 mins, then end off with 15 minutes of live audio and video recording. The Basement Studio’s professional-grade recording, film and lighting equipment will leave you with a .wav audio file and .mp4 video file showcasing your creative product. Ready to take your music to the next level? By booking a Jam/Record/Shoot package, you’ll stand a chance to be featured on The Basement Studio’s and City Music’s websites!

Book your Jamming and Recording Package here:
(Under "City Music In The Basement Studio")

Use the promo code “CTMTBS5OFF” to get $5 off your booking! 
Limited to the first 15 customers from the start of each month.

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New for 2022: City Music Reload Package

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Friends of City Music will receive a one-of-a-kind promotion of 15 hours of jamming time for just $120 (U.P. $390). That’s just $8 per hour! All you need to do is show that you have followed City Music (@citymusicsg) and The Basement Studio’s (@thebasementstudiosg) Facebook and Instagram pages to confirm the promotion upon entry.

Terms and Conditions apply:

1. Not applicable for Videoshoots or Photoshoots.
2. Strictly for self check-in only.
3. Between 10am to 7pm only, booking ends at 7pm.
4. Your 15 hours must be used within 1 month of purchase.
5. Unused hours are not transferrable.

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Book your Reload Package here:

After purchasing your Reload Package, you receive a unique link in your email to book your jamming slots with.
Please ensure your provided email is accurate.
Limited to the first 10 customers from the start of each month.

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About The Basement Studio

The Basement Studio was founded in 2013 by Yazzit Ismail, a bassist and audio engineer by trade, and has since become a cultivating ground for rising stars in the local music scene. It quickly gained popularity as a creative space with great vibes, providing the perfect environment for musicians to express themselves. Some of the biggest names on our red dot have vouched for The Basement Studio, including THELIONCITYBOYGentle BonesWicked Aura and more.

The Basement Studio has a healthy clientele of up-and-coming bands. Here’s some clips from their portfolio:

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What's in The Basement Studio?

As part of our ongoing partnership with The Basement Studio, City Music has provided some of the musical equipment needed to make it the perfect creative foundation for you. Here’s the highlights of the equipment we’ve sent over:

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Where is The Basement Studio?

6001 Beach Rd, Golden Mile Tower, #B1-84, S199589

Nearest MRTs: 

  • Nicoll Highway (CC5) - 6 min walk

  • Lavender (EW11) - 13 min walk

Nearest Car/Motorcycle Parking:

  • LHN Parking, Golden Mile Tower

  • Open Carpark, 16 Beach Rd - 3 min walk

  • Block 13 HDB North Bridge (MSCP), 13 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 190013 - 5 min walk

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I'll do you one better: Why is The Basement Studio?

Only one way to find out:

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If you want to find out even more about The Basement Studio, here’s some articles and videos:

Bandwagon Asia - “Musicians and audio engineers tell the story of The Basement Studio in forthcoming documentary”

https://www.bandwagon.asia/articles/musicians-and-audio-engineers-tell-the-story-of-the-basement-studio-in-forthcoming-documentary

*SCAPE - “Music Day Out! 2021: Behind a Music Startup”

https://www.facebook.com/scapesg/videos/257657205851450/

The Straits Times - “Innovate or shutter: Singapore music studios in a pandemic jam”

https://www.straitstimes.com/lifestyle/entertainment/innovate-or-shutter-singapore-music-studios-in-a-pandemic-jam