Fuad Alshabhi, lead vocalist of local popular rock band Kyoto Protocol, joined by Mentor first runner-up Aina Abdul and 10 other notable singer-songwriters in Malaysia race the clock to write songs for a noble cause.
With an album to be dropped at Good Vibes Fest where they’ll be a featured act, local band Kyoto Protocol took time out of their busy schedule and had a good talk with online news outlet Buro 24/7 Malaysia.
It has been a year since LastLogic won the Guinness Amplify’s Recording Studio Competition which landed them a 5-songs production deal with Big A Productions, they are finally ready to release their EP to the world with local favourites Kyoto Protocol and Tempered Metal to back them up as featured acts!
Earlier this year, we shared the good news that UMobile’s latest plan included supporting the local arts scene as they adopt 3 homegrown music acts.
With a promise made in 2017 to release an album as soon as possible, Kyoto Protocol has been working hard to make good on that promise as they spend time in the studio recording.
It’s Valentine’s Day, and if there’s any love in the air it would be the love affair between U-Mobile and the three music acts they’ve decided to fund and support under their latest Unlimited Grooves campaign – namely, Kyoto Protocol, Bil Musa and Masdo.
The release of Kyoto Protocol’s music video for the song “Now You’re Gone” took Malaysia by storm on the Internet, and now the heart-wrenching video has found its deserved air time on MTV!
Despite the song title, Kyoto Protocol has proven themselves to be an indispensable member of the Malaysian rock scene as “Dispensable” enters the Malaysian iTunes rock chart at #7.
With all the good, productive things that has been happening with our talents, check out some of the things our friends over at centrestage.my had to say about us!
Kyoto Protocol has saved the best for last as they drop a heartbreaking music video to accompany “Now You’re Gone” from their latest album “Catch These Men”.