Lady Gaga isn’t the only one who can put together a pow-wow with her music friends during this age of isolation. If you’re looking for some #StayHome entertainment that fly the Asian flag high, then be sure to check out Music Matters Live From Home performances.

The weekly six-part series which runs from now till July 8 is produced by the folks behind the All That Matters music conference and is livestreamed on YouTube and Facebook. It features music sets performed by singers from Singapore and the region.

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The first episode debuted last Wednesday with a special appearance by Canadian rock outfit Simple Plan and local songstress Rriley and four other musicians from the region – Lil J from Malaysia, Quest from the Philippines, Sheppard from Australia and Teddy Adhitya from Indonesia – jamming to the band’s 2011 feel-good hit Summer Paradise.

From left: Inch Chua, Aisyah Aziz and Narelle Kheng are some of the Singapore musicians scheduled for the Music Matters Live From Home sessions.

This week’s session which kicks off at 10pm on Wednesday, June 10, will feature homegrown indie-pop chanteuse Inch Chua and Filipino rapper Quest. More +65 songbirds like Narelle Kheng and Aisyah Aziz are in the lineup for the upcoming episodes, so do remember to check out the Music Matters Instagram page for updates.

Catch Music Matters Live From Home on its Facebook and YouTube channels and the Visit Singapore Facebook page.