Polkadot + Moonbeam performed in melodica + ukulele roving mode at the Winter Supper Club dining extravaganza held at Perth Town Hall. A big thanks to Clive Addison who passed by, took these photos, had a nice chat, and sent the photos to us!

On 8th June, four ALDI stores simultaneously opened their doors to Perth, expanding their Australian presence into Western Australia. Polkadot + Moonbeam performed as part of the festivities at the Belmont Forum ALDI store, briefly making an appearance on Channel 9 News who were covering the event. Congratulations and Welcome ALDI to WA! A big thanks also to Champion Music for connecting us, and Julie and Stacie of Belmont Forums for having us, and for the great photos.

On June 3rd, Polkadot + Moonbeam played in acoustic unplugged mode at a private party, the birthday of Emily from The Happy Press. Thanks Emily and Rob for having us, and to Kristy Russell Photography for the great photos!

Today May 22nd, Polkadot + Moonbeam performed at the boutique wedding fair First Comes Love. Thank you Angela and Leah for having us, and also Peggy Saas for the great photos!

Happy New Year 2016! Here is a clip of our roving duo band Polkadot + Moonbeam with some jazz ukulele and melodica outside Perth’s Laneway Lounge, recorded just before our performance back in July. P + M performs “Little Boat”, wishing you smooth sailing through 2016!


On June 20th and July 4th, the vocals, ukulele and bass jazz duo band Polkadot + Moonbeam perfomed at Perth’s Laneway Lounge. They also featured their roving ukulele and melodica lineup. Here are some photos from the show on July 4th, a big thanks to Jessica Wong for the shots! There will be another show on Wednesday 29th July.

An interview with Polkadot + Moonbeam was featured on Daily Dose of Art, an art blog by Philipino-Canadian artist Paulina Constancia. Thank you Paulina for having us!

Today Polkadot + Moonbeam together with Singapore’s favourite acapella group Micapella were featured at Mapletree Arts in the City, an initiative of the Singapore National Arts Council to bring Arts into the white-collar workplace, in this case, Mapletree Business City.