Friday, October 26, 2012

Hennessy Artistry 2012 @ MIECC

The finale party of Hennessy Artistry is here! 

Venue: Malaysia International Exhibition and Convention Centre (MIECC) in Mines Resort City
Date:  3rd of November 2012 
Time: 8.30pm onwards!

With that, Hennessy promises a distinctive and breath-taking party arena draped in red and black. What to expect in the H-Artistry Finale? The return of the Hennessy Art of Mixing Zone, featuring the Hennessy 360 Cam and the trailblazers of all H-Artistry parties; not to forget the signature Hennessy V.S.O.P long drinks!

What else is new?

"Taking party innovation to the next level, the MY Hennessy Mobile App will enable all revellers to take part in various activities within the Hennessy Art of Mixing Zone, and be rewarded with perks and benefits as they party away at H-Artistry. Prizes such as Hennessy V.S.O.P. bottles and bespoke My Hennessy Night party experiences will be among the rewards for party goers who come armed with the MY Hennessy Mobile App on their smart phones."
Music by?

Alexandra Burke
R&B – UK
“I'm not super human, I'm just Alexandra from North London,” says Alexandra Burke. Yes, she is indeed 'just' Alexandra Burke from North London, but she's also the 2008 winner of The X Factor, a three-time chart-topper on the singles chart (her debut, a stirring cover of Hallelujah, sold 105,000 copies on its first day of release) and the creator of a UK number 1 album, Overcome, that features collaborations with the likes of Flo Rida Ne-Yo and RedOne. She can belt out a ballad and she brings energy in abundance once the tempo shifts up a gear.

Like all great pop music, her latest album “Heartbreak On Hold” effortlessly wraps lyrical sadness in songs that make you want to dance. From the frustrated stomp of first single Elephant – a song written about a relationship that was slowly stalling to the exuberant throw-your-cares-away dance rush of second single Let It Go, Heartbreak On Hold is an album that acknowledges the hard times but offers a window of opportunity for people to forget about it all.

While Elephant and Let It Go both slot nicely into the current pop trend for dancefloor stompers, Heartbreak On Hold also displays Alexandra's love for 90s dance, specifically the emotional house music of Robin S or the soul-inflected dance of Soul II Soul, as heard most obviously on the heart-burstingly bittersweet title track.

Fans can expect a sensational performance as she takes the stage at H-Artistry this 3 November, where her distinctive style of Dance and R&B will be part of a fantastic mix of musical genres, styles and cultures by artists from all over the world. - Bad Boys, Alexandra Burke Ft. Flo Rida

Havana Brown
Since firmly establishing herself as a force to be reckoned with in the Australian and international DJ scene, Havana Brown’s hustle hasn’t slowed for a minute. As the only female DJ to sign a major label recording deal in Australia, Havana has delivered on Universal Music’s expectations with multiple releases of her Crave compilation series, all charting and spurning successful national and international club tours. DJ Havana Brown has since put out some hugely successful tracks, and continues to take over Malaysian dance floors and airwaves with the euphoric track “We Run The Night” ft. Pitbull.

The talented Australian DJ also holds down three hugely successful weekly radio spots. With over a 1-million-strong cult following on her weekly sets, Havana owns the Australian and European airwaves through the Austereo network and Radio FG France – one of Europe’s most popular dance radio networks and home to some of the world’s biggest DJ’s including David Guetta, Tiesto, Carl Cox, Armin Van Buuren, Bob Sinclar and others.

DJ Havana Brown has firmly cemented herself as one of the most successful Australian DJ exports of the decade. Her impressive resume also lists support act for Lady Gaga, The Pussycat Dolls and Rihanna, and a score of exclusive VIP parties and concerts. From the official Grammy's After Party in Los Angeles alongside WILL.I.AM and Paris Hilton’s New Years Eve Party, to the upcoming H-Artistry Finale of The Global Art of Mixing Trilogy 2012 at MIECC, DJ Havana Brown certainly lives up to her title of Australia’s No.1 female DJ. Be there as she “runs the night” with more than 3,500 party goers this 3 November at MIECC.
. - We Run the Night, Havana Brown Ft. Pitbull

As the USA’s dance music scene continues to come of age on a widespread scale and different styles proliferate and evolve, new talents are coming thick and fast. However, only a few have the staying power to go the distance. Formerly known as Nick Terranova, Las Vegas talent Starkillers has been cutting a swathe through the bolshier end of the global house music scene over the last few years with his tough-edged, eclectic sound.
Blending big hooks and riffs, soaring vocals, thumping beats and mind-bending effects trickery, his sound is the perfect blend of high-octane, fierce energy and accessible appeal. It’s truly at home amidst the contemporary sound of cutting-edge dance music. “I’m A.D.D” he explains of the hyperactive nature of his music. “I really just try to make my sound as crazy as I can without being too far left that people don’t get it” he says.
He’s succeeded without the hyperbole that surrounds so many other artists, his popularity speaking for itself with two of Beatport’s Top 25 biggest-sellers of 2009 (including a Number 1 during the same year with his remix of Armand Van Helden’s classic The Funk Phenomenon), and more sales smashes over the last two years. Then there’s his Essential New Tune accolade from Pete Tong and an IDMA (International Dance Music Awards) nomination for his anthem Discoteka, and acclaimed remixes for some of the biggest names in the world - including Robbie Rivera, Paul van Dyk, Paul Oakenfold, Jerome Isma-Ae and iiO.
Keep it locked on at for passes to catch Starkillers as he brings an edgy addition of electro house to the epic finale of 2012’s H-Artistry – The Global Art of Mixing Trilogy this 3 November at MIECC. - Nadia Ali, Starkillers & Alex Kenji – Pressure (Alesso Edit)

Block B
Started out by hip-hop artist and producer Cho PD under his label Brand New Stardom, Block B was among the hottest K-Pop rookies to debut last year, and they have come a long way since. With three hugely successful records out, namely New Kids On The Block, Welcome To The Block and Do You Wanna B, Block B is one of the fastest rising K-Pop boy bands internationally, and have garnered lots of attention as well as a huge following throughout Asia.
Often compared to the likes of Big Bang and B1A4, Block B is known as one of the more unique K-Pop bands for their originality, talent and attitude.  Huge hits like Halo, Going Crazy and Wanna B showcase the group’s rap and vocal chops, while their on-stage presence gives them an air of respect, and at the same time portrays their fun-loving attitude; making them immensely exciting to watch.
Bringing hip-hop and K-Pop into the mix at the H-Artistry finale at MIECC, Block B is another crucial ingredient in the excellent mix of musical styles and genres that represents what H-Artistry stands for – The Global Art of Mixing. - Nanrina, Block B

Collaborations, epic mash-ups, spectacular blends and fist-pumping remixes will be aplenty throughout the night, complemented by the signature Hennessy V.S.O.P. long drinks: Hennessy Apple, Hennessy Berry, Hennessy Ginger and Hennessy Soda.
While the expectation of 3,500 revellers will be partying hard this 3 November at perhaps the biggest H-Artistry party yet, partying hard and partying smart is imperative. Be sure to fully take advantage of the FREE H-Artistry Party Shuttle or the subsidized H-Artistry Party Taxi services and be chauffeured to MIECC and back, as parking at the venue will not be available.

Make sure that you are 18 years old and above to party at the biggest party! =D

Malaysia International Exhibition and Convention Centre (MIECC)
Jalan Dulang, MINES Resort City, Seri Kembangan,
43300 Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia
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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

(Food Review) Miraku Japanese Restaurant @Paradigm Mall

Miraku. It simply means that a great place for customers to enjoy great food. It is a Japanese Fine Dining place with the art of Japanese. 

Miraku is established under the Texchem Group of Companies and aimed to bring the best of Japanese Culinary to Malaysia by delivering the essence of Japanese cooking which set the quality and freshness as their priority. 

Its first outlet is situated in the G Hotel, Gurney Penang with a total land of 4568.53 square feet which can fits approximately 130 customers at one time whereas the new branch which located at Paradigm Mall, Kelana Jaya is able to fit approximately 150 customers.



My 1st time trying Japanese Sake.
I felt good. It actually helps in warming my stomach. =)

If you love fresh Sashimi, you will love this place. =)

Air flown sashimi will reach Miraku, Paradigm Mall every Tuesday and Friday.

Have a look at the interior. =)

Sashimi Moriawase "Take" (3-4 pax) RM 140

Have you ever tried these kinds of Sashimi? =)
The one I'm recommending is "Suzuki"! =D

Miraku Salad   RM 18 (S)

Best with Tomato Mayo Sauce! *Must Try*

Soba Salad   RM 13 (S)

Ontama Salmon Salad            RM 15 (S)

=P I am a Salmon Lover so what do you think? =P

Jikasei Tofu     RM 16.00

Homemade Tofu! The very thick textures of Tofu!

This is how it looked like after all the dressings. =P

Yaki Kaki RM26
Yaki Kaki PiriKara Miso RM26

Yaki Kaki is the one with the cheese on top of it while Yaki Kaki PiriKara Miso the one with gravy.
The cheese is just the boost for the fresh oysters. Yummy! =D

Wagyu Tataki RM 69.90

It looked nice.......but sorry that I can't eat Beef. =(

Karei Kara-Age                        RM 23

I love this! Crispy and Fresh!
This is a very good snack! =)

Guess what is this?

Yes, soup! =P

Dobin Mushi    RM 18

Have to add a little of Lime juice. =D

A very unique taste.
I thought it would be weird but it wasn't.

Sanma Shioyaki 

I am no fish lover but I ate this.
Need to say more? =D

Agedashi Potato RM20

Not my type of dish though.
A little too plain and oily for me. =O

Sushi Moriawase Sakura (20pcs) RM86

Fresh ingredients with excellent taste.
Oh yum!

Dragon Roll RM33

This sushi is always my favourite as I will not be bored of the taste. =P

Wasabi Ice Cream RM10

It is a very good choice for Wasabi Lover but sadly that I am not. =(

Sweet Cheese Tofu RM10

*yum yum yum*

Annin Tofu RM8

Almond is love! A must-try dessert for Almond Lover like me. =D

GB02, Ground Floor,
Paradigm Mall,
No.1, Jalan SS7/26A,
Kelana Jaya,
47301 Petaling Jaya.

Phone: 03-7886 9931
Fax: 03-7886 9732


Operation Hour: 1130 - 1500 & 1800-2300 (Monday to Thursday), 1200-2300 (Friday to Sunday)