We welcome you to join us at Ril's Bangsar this Friday 26th February as Melissa Indot takes you down memory lane with some classics from The Police and Sting! 

Come ready for a night of cocktails, dancing and amazing hair!

Posted Thu, 02/25/2016 - 07:54

A dreamer, a lover and a soulful story-teller; 3 things that best describe this talented songstress.

Priscillia Xavier has been involved in the indie music scene for about 5 years now and has been...

Posted Thu, 02/18/2016 - 09:51

Having lived in KL for the past 13 years, Sandra Mannas Wolf is singing more of her mix of eclectic songs, ranging from jazz standards, 20th century and Aussie classics and re-worked modern hits to popular dance numbers.

She has sung in Germany, Indonesia and South Korea, and been in a couple of KL productions, M! The Opera and Adam the Musical, the latter of which she played the...

Posted Thu, 02/18/2016 - 09:50

We invite you to come spoil your loved one in style this Valentine's at Ril's Bangsar!

World-class cocktails, award winning food and a luxurious and romantic ambiance provide the perfect setting for a romantic evening, all while you listen to the soothing voice of Gregory Ramanado!

Don't miss out, get your bookings in now!

Posted Fri, 02/12/2016 - 12:47

Semalam Di Malaya is a birth of Ushera's research on Malay contemporary music between the 40's and 50's when Malaysia was known as Malaya. The music is a combination of Jazz, latin rhythms infused with quirky flirtatious cabaret style. Ushera's repertoire for this show has been curated based on singers such as Nona Asiah...
Posted Fri, 02/12/2016 - 12:47

Douche Manouche serves up their jazz: hot driving rhythms, daredevil solos and soaring vocals. 

Founded in 2013, by guitarists Mike Skinner and Robert Strobl who met at one of KL's infamous open-mic nights at The Warehouse bar, getting together to explore the music and techniques of the great gypsy-jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt and played every open-mic going. Only a few months...

Posted Fri, 02/12/2016 - 12:45

Mutima - "A central African word for Heart". The name Mutima also emerged from the lead singer's names "Tima Murungi".

Mutima’s music consists of a unique blend of Afro-beat, Neo Soul, Jazz, Blues, Reggae, RnB, Hip Hop and modern improvisational styles incorporating various cultural influences and languages including Arabic, Rutoro and Nigerian Pidgin.

Posted Fri, 02/05/2016 - 09:27

We welcome you to a night of cocktails, socialising with friends and great live entertainment at Ril's on Friday the 5th February Featuring the sensational singer Dasha Logan.

Dasha is a 27-year-old singer who has been singing professionally for the past 4 years, but started her singing lifestyle at the age of 4, where she had begun to fall in love with performing. She was offered...

Posted Fri, 02/05/2016 - 09:26

We welcome you to a night of cocktails, socialising with friends and great live entertainment at Ril's on Friday the 5th February Featuring the sensational singer Dasha Logan.

Dasha is a 27-year-old singer who has been singing professionally for the past 4 years, but started her singing lifestyle at the age of 4, where she had begun to fall in love with performing. She was offered...

Posted Fri, 02/05/2016 - 09:26

Pan’s philosophy of music is simple: "Sing from the heart & soul
and share the story with the groovy notes"

With his rhythmic sensibility & unique strumming pa^erns of his own and a soulful voice to compliment, is probably one of the best reasons why Pan has always been the audience’s favourite in the local music scene, mesmerizing his listeners with his hearcelt rendi?...

Posted Thu, 01/28/2016 - 09:28

Semalam Di Malaya is a birth of Ushera's research on Malay contemporary music between the 40's and 50's when Malaysia was known as Malaya. The music is a combination of Jazz, latin rhythms infused with quirky flirtatious cabaret style. Ushera's repertoire for this show has been curated based on singers such as Nona Asiah & Kamsani, as well as songs by top composers like Ahmad Jaafar &...

Posted Thu, 01/28/2016 - 09:19

Mutima - "A central African word for Heart". The name Mutima also emerged from the lead singer's names "Tima Murungi".

Mutima’s music consists of a unique blend of Afro-beat, Neo Soul, Jazz, Blues, Reggae, RnB, Hip Hop and modern improvisational styles incorporating various cultural influences and languages including Arabic, Rutoro and Nigerian Pidgin.

Posted Fri, 01/22/2016 - 09:01

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