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The Bedroom (2009)

Take a peek into Inch Chua's world as she releases a free-for-download EP. Her first solo outing The Bedroom combines her love of both acoustic singer-songwriters and kooky electronica.

Released August 24, 2009

All Songs written and composed by Inch Chua. 
Recorded at Casa De Inchness & Teddy’s Crib. 
Mixed by Leonard Soosay at Snakeweed Studios. 
Mastered by Matthew Gray at Matthew Gray Mastering, Australia.

wallflower (2010)

“Up she got upon a wall, 
tempting down to slide withal
But the silken twist untied, 
so she fell, and, bruis’d, she died. 
love, in pity of the deed, 
and her loving-luckless speed, 
turn’d her to this plant we call  
now the flower of the wall.” 
- Robert Herrick

Released July 17, 2010

All songs were written & composed by Inch Chua, 
with the exception of Mt. Epiphany¹ 
All songs were recorded by Inch Chua & Mark John Hariman at Blue Cote Studios, with the exception of Hurt², Wallflower³ & Have It Your Way⁴. 
All tracking of drums were recorded at Snakeweed Studios
by Leonard Soosay & Martin Kong. 

All songs mixed at Snakeweed Studios with Leonard Soosay. 
All songs mastered by Troy Glessner Of Spectre Mastering Studio, Seattle, WA USA. 

Photography // Alvelyn Alko
Album Art // Clarence Aw

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Singapore’s favourite indie princess has (once again) delightfully enchanted her listeners with her songwriting prowess.
— pandarocketship
Inch Chua’s unquenchable desire to play with sound and take electric instruments to the next level is evident on Bumfuzzle... All of these tracks are perfect for anyone who is a fan of a perfect combination of classic guitar playing and modern experimentation and ingenuity. And, best of all, this girl can sing.
— Matt Garrison, The Aquarian Weekly
Having gone into this one knowing virtually nothing about Singapore’s music scene, I was a bit nervous. Bumfuzzle is a serious joy to listen to though. The uniqueness of each track creates some serious replay value; Meanwhile, Inch Chua consistently produces rich tones and haunting melodies . The entire experience will leave you coming back for more. 8/10★

— John Naessig, Surviving The Golden Age

bumfuzzle (2013)

BUM·FUZ·ZLE [buhm-fuhz-uhl] 
A vagrant lover is loyal to heartsick. 
Lost in the puzzle between the flustered heart and the confused head.
Forever responsible for the love i've tamed, 
one can only attempt to cut the chord, burn the rope & bury the crater deep. 

★★★★★
— Christopher Toh, TODAY
“Artful Dodger” was just odd enough to catch our attention. At times cacophonous, it’s oddly enchanting and recalls the early work of The Dirty Projectors.
— Clif, THE DADADA

released August 27, 2013

Music & lyrics written by Inch Chua. 
With the exception of Bumfuzzle (Go Up In Smoke) & Lyre Lyre Hearts On Fyre. 

Bumfuzzle (Go Up In Smoke) written by Inch Chua. 
Composed by Inch Chua, Patrick Taylor & Mark John Hariman. 

Lyre Lyre Hearts On Fyre written by Evelyn Choo. 
Rearranged by Inch Chua. 

Produced by Inch Chua, Leonard Soosay & Mark John Hariman
Recorded by Leonard Soosay at Snakeweed Studio, Singapore. 
Assistant Engineers: Mark John Hariman, Inch Chua, Mindy Kon & Issa Mel. 

Mixed by Todd Bergman at Repro-Ductions LLC, Los Angles, California. 
Mastered by Howie Weinberg at Howie Weinberg mastering. 

Letters To Ubin is a brilliant one... Insightful and contemplative.
— Popspoken
These tracks explore dynamics and the spaces between sounds to generate an ambience of anticipation within minimalist constructs.
— Power Of Pop, Kevin Mathews

Letters to Ubin (2015)

★★★★
— Album Of The Week, The Straits Times

Letters to Ubin follows her sophomore full-length album Bumfuzzle, which was released in 2013; and sees a departure from the whopping drum and aggressive guitar sounds that have become synonymous with her sound. Instead, the record features playful electronic beats juxtaposed with the analog charm of a typewriter’s clacking and animal sounds - samples from iNCH’s day-to-day life on Ubin – all tied together by her iridescent vocals.  The seven tracks take listeners on a journey through the island, evoking its drowsy idleness and quirky residents, marked with the artist’s own reflections of a simpler life.

Released November 27, 2015

Written & composed by Inch Chua
Produced & arranged by Evan Low & Inch Chua

Recorded in Pulau Ubin and various studios in Singapore.
Mixed by Scott Wiley of June Audio Recording Studios, Provo UT, USA
Mastered by Troy Glessner of Spectre Mastering, Renton WA, USA