The Great Metropolitan Expressway (TGME) was formed not more than a year ago, consisting of three ambitious 19 year-old blokes hailing from Bangi, Kajang and Putrajaya. It all started when highschool buddies Izzy, Syahir and Zikri (former member) decided to pursue the more challenging task of writing and playing their own music. They were soon introduced to keyboardist Faridz by a mutual friend. These chaps eventually got together, jammed and immediately felt the substantial chemistry between them. TGME claim that their variation of progressive/spacey/post-electronic draws on influences such as 65 Days Of Static, Porcupine Tree, Opeth, M83 and Frost* to name a few. The band's name was remotely influenced by life's various phases and train stations, and low shutter speeds. Surely, this is one band that you would want to keep an eye on.