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"I've always liked to make music that I'd listen to": An interview with Ruel

"I've always liked to make music that I'd listen to": An interview with Ruel

“You have the most amazing voice that I've ever heard from a male singer at 14 years of age and it's quite incredible”, those were Elton John’s wor... Read more »
"That's always been my thing – to bring something new": An interview with Zaran Vachha of Collective Minds

"That's always been my thing – to bring something new": An interview with Zaran Vachha of Collective Minds

If you don’t know the name, you might know the beard, and even if you don’t know the beard, you’ve most definitely felt the impact. Zaran Vachha is... Read more »
"Someone has to make choices and define the soundtrack for the night": An interview with Dicky Trisco

"Someone has to make choices and define the soundtrack for the night": An interview with Dicky Trisco

While music purists will argue that disco never left, it sure is making its comeback, and at the forefront of the genre's reemergence is Dicky Tris... Read more »
"We undermine ourselves by looking outwards to feel validated": An interview with Fzpz and FUNK BAST*RD

"We undermine ourselves by looking outwards to feel validated": An interview with Fzpz and FUNK BAST*RD

“Mommy, why does everybody have a bomb?” – that’s the non-rhetorical question Lisa asks at the end of ‘1999’. Almost 40 years since the release ... Read more »
"We didn't want to be the next NOFX or Buried Alive": An interview with Silverstein frontman Shane Told

"We didn't want to be the next NOFX or Buried Alive": An interview with Silverstein frontman Shane Told

Emo isn’t what it used to be. Its heyday as an insurgent music-driven youth movement is long past, but in a weird, chemical way, it’s come back. No... Read more »
"The darker the night gets, the brighter the stars shine": An interview with Ariel Tsai

"The darker the night gets, the brighter the stars shine": An interview with Ariel Tsai

Taiwanese singer-songwriter Ariel Tsai will have the honour of headlining the first Marina Bay Sands' Open Stage of 2019. Known for her versatile a... Read more »
"Art that stands out is difficult to make": An interview with for KING & COUNTRY

"Art that stands out is difficult to make": An interview with for KING & COUNTRY

Higher power – there isn’t enough time or space to document how much of human history has been affected by the semantic sum of those two words. But... Read more »
"I'm proud to be in this community of Asian bands": An interview with Sobs about its Japan tour

"I'm proud to be in this community of Asian bands": An interview with Sobs about its Japan tour

In January this year, Sobs played a string of dates in Japan. It marked the Singaporean trio’s first showing in the country, notable also for the f... Read more »
"Generally, we are three very emotional men who cry sometimes": An interview with Forests

"Generally, we are three very emotional men who cry sometimes": An interview with Forests

“You suffocate me / With the thought of you / I’m waking up every day / Hoping to forget you!” – this is followed by a teeming barrage of galloping... Read more »
"I truly believe that people should always try to follow the thing that sparks fire in their soul": An interview with Ananya Birla

"I truly believe that people should always try to follow the thing that sparks fire in their soul": An interview with Ananya Birla

Let’s face it: There’s a certain measure of invincibility that resides in the intersection of power and privilege. But it’s the former that is the ... Read more »
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