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Part 2: Hidden Jams for Music-Seekers  
Timbre at the Substation is located in Armenian Street, directly opposite the Singapore Management University. It is a prime location in town and placed strategically amidst museums and art galleries.
Quaintly designed, the atmosphere beckons patrons to an enjoyable night with their famous varieties of thin-crust pizzas and buffalo wings. With good live music playing daily, this is a popular hang-out spot for everybody. Customers are always a mixture of students, adults and families seeking a good night out. The al-fresco setting is also a refreshing change of atmosphere from the usual indoor cafes.
The music is played by Goodfellas on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and well worth your time. Actively engaging the audience while making big waves with their performance, one can't help but love the way they play songs solection that range from R&B, Motown, classic songs to current pop and rock songs. The Killers and Muse make frequent appearances but they do play out song requests from the audience as well. With a solid stage, good food and the inevitable smooth beer down your throat, what more can one asks during a good night out?
The name speaks for itself. This rock n' roll blues bar is known for its live and loud performances. With graffiti decorating its walls and a relaxed atmosphere, customers will feel as though they have been transported out of Singapore. With a spunky ambience, patrons will definitely sway or sing along with the songs being played on stage. Located in Clarke Quay, this bar is often full and bustling with liveliness.
With it's dimly lit interior and a serious array of beer choices to order from, this atmosphere demands the full attention from her customers to go along with the crazy beats on stage. On Sundays, customers are welcome to go up on stage and perform for the crowd. If you are into jamming, you and your band mates now know when to head up there.
Do prime yourself for a crazy night out with upbeat music that will tempt you to move your body, this is the Crazy Elephant after all.