MUSIC PRODUCERS: Win a spot on Evanturetime's upcoming EP!

13 April 2018

Evanturetime's upcoming EP features an all-star ensemble of modern Singapore pop music — but there's one more spot on it left, and it could be taken up by you!

Folds, the debut EP of wunderkind producer Evan Low, is all at once atmospheric, addictive and delightful. Showcasing the vocal talents of Nathan Hartono, Linying, Ben Kheng, Charlie Lim and more, the entire record plays out like a seamless integration of crystallized pop talent.

But the EP is not yet complete — instead, Evanturetime is offering the studio talent of the region (professional or amateur) to fill up the last slot on the EP's tracklist.

We have the exclusive stems for single 'Sober', and we're offering them to you to create your own remixed interpretation of the song. The winner will be selected by Evanturetime, along with the song's featured guests, Ben Kheng, Nathan Hartono and Jon Chua.
Send us your remix entry to with

  1. a private streaming link (via Soundcloud/YouTube/Google Drive)
  2. a downloadable hi-res .wav audio file (via MEGA/Google Drive) 

Contest ends April 27th, 12pm. 

Terms & Conditions: 

  • The remix track will be released by Sony Music Entertainment Singapore and Umami Records.
  • The winner will release rights to the labels for the remix track but be clearly credited on all platforms.
Photo: Glenn Taubenfield

UPDATE: A winner has emerged — Ivan Tan, also known as XVAN, whose remix you can stream below.

Listen to Evanturetime's entire EP, folds, now:


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