Mosaic Music Festival 2013: The Full Lineup

The Mosaic Music Festival 2013 is slated for March 8-17 at The Esplanade. Tickets are available via Sistic for $40-120.

Acid House Kings
The pioneering Swedish indie pop group, which comprises brothers Niklas and Johan Angergård and Joakim Ödlund, performs sunny karaoke-friendly melodies as well as darker compositions.

Esperanza Spalding
Hear jazz, soul, funk, big band tunes from the decorated music star’s many albums including Junjo, Esperanza, Chamber Music Society and Radio Music Society.

Gilbert O’Sullivan
The UK’s Gilbert O’Sullivan plays hits from the 1970s including “Alone Again (Naturally)”.

Gretchen Parlato
The award-winning singer-songwriter dazzles with her charming renditions of jazz classics.

The edgy Canadian pop singer draws inspiration from Enya, TLC and Aphex Twin for her psychedelic tunes.

Grizzly Bear
The progressive rock band, comprising vocalists Ed Droste and Daniel Rossen, drummer Christopher Bear and bass guitarist Christ Taylor, plays tunes from their fourth album Shields including “Sun in Your Eyes”.

Joss Stone
With two Brit Awards and a Grammy under her belt, this soul songstress presents old school covers from the 1970s and 1980s as well as original compositions.

Julia Stone
The Australian folk songstress performs minimalist tunes from albums such as The Memory Machine and By the Horns.

Kaki King
American guitarist Kaki King plays offbeat tunes from albums like Day Sleeper, Legs Make Us Longer and Junior.

Miles Smiles
This group pays tribute to American jazz trumpeter Miles Davies, a veteran performer whose career spanned more than 20 years.

mouse on the keys
The Japanese post rock jazz band plays tunes from their popular album An Anxious Object.

The New Orleans-based electro rock group plays songs from their hit albums including Armistice and Odd Soul.

My Brightest Diamond
Shara Worden performs tunes from albums like The Orange Album, Quiet B-Sides and A Thousand Shark’s Teeth.

Pablo Ziegler Meets Tokyo Jazz Tango Ensemble
The Latin Grammy-winning pianist and Japanese jazz group play upbeat tango rhythms.

Salif Keita
The Mali-born singer-songwriter heads a six-piece band, playing soulful melodies that incorporate Latin and West African beats.

Married couple Patrick Riley and Aliana Moore’s play indie pop tunes from their debut album Cape Dory and second release Young and Old.

Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra
The veteran Japanese ska group, which was formed about 25 years ago, plays original tunes and their take on well-known classics like Duke Ellington’s “In a Sentimental Mood” and “Love Theme” from iconic film The Godfather.

world’s end girlfriend
Katsuhiko Maeda’s contemporary classical solo project, world’s end girlfriend, is behind the signature tunes from movies such as Late Bloomer, Air Doll and Starry Starry Night.

Wouter Hamel
The Dutch pop star behind hit albums like Nobody’s Tune is here for his first concert in Singapore, supported by Thierry Castel, Rory Ronde, Sven Happel, Gijs Anders van Straalen and Mark van Kersbergen.