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"We've always looked up to the live shows of the bands we used to listen to, so why not let’s do the same?": An Interview with Pink Saturday

"We've always looked up to the live shows of the bands we used to listen to, so why not let’s do the same?": An Interview with Pink Saturday

On Saturday, 11 May, Pink Saturday graced the stage of the Esplanade Outdoor Theatre to deliver their renditions of classic hits for the Esplanade’... Read more »
"My experience in Antarctica was extremely full-bodied, so music alone couldn't cut it": An interview with iNCH

"My experience in Antarctica was extremely full-bodied, so music alone couldn't cut it": An interview with iNCH

‘Til the End of the World, We'll Meet in No Man’s Land – Sometimes, you have to go to the furthest extremities of the Earth to realise the spel... Read more »
Japanese Breakfast talks pop music, making an album full of bops, and stanning The 1975

Japanese Breakfast talks pop music, making an album full of bops, and stanning The 1975

In this edition of Artist x Artist, Filipino musician Degs De Guia sits down with Michelle Zauner of Japanese Breakfast for a quick conversation on... Read more »
"I go a little crazy sometimes": An interview with Lost Frequencies

"I go a little crazy sometimes": An interview with Lost Frequencies

The inaugural AIA Glow Festival is upon us. The health and wellness event, sponsored by insurance giant AIA, aims to be “the ultimate festival to u... Read more »
"I was looking for a completely different methodology of music; one that is my own": An interview with ASUNA

"I was looking for a completely different methodology of music; one that is my own": An interview with ASUNA

Naoyuki Arashi, better known as ASUNA, is truly a master mind-bender when it comes to the art of music. His understanding of sound – from how it tr... Read more »
"There’s so much talent in Asia and it's about time people see what we're about": An interview with Kim Lee

"There’s so much talent in Asia and it's about time people see what we're about": An interview with Kim Lee

Hip-hop is pop culture’s most supremely potent agent of multiculturalism – ask your favourite K-pop act. The expressive majesty of the culture that... Read more »
"Deerhoof was never capable of using a formula": An interview with Deerhoof's Greg Saunier

"Deerhoof was never capable of using a formula": An interview with Deerhoof's Greg Saunier

Twenty-five years later, it hasn’t worn off. Twenty-five years later, it’s still necessary. While many bands of its class have been content to s... Read more »
"Producing has helped me try new things and explore different avenues": An interview with Kyle Patrick

"Producing has helped me try new things and explore different avenues": An interview with Kyle Patrick

It’s been six years since The Click Five’s breakup but Kyle Patrick’s name is still synonymous with the band. And he wasn’t even the original front... Read more »
"We want to revive the rock scene": An interview with ONE OK ROCK

"We want to revive the rock scene": An interview with ONE OK ROCK

Formed in 2005, Japanese rock band ONE OK ROCK, consisting of Taka Moriuchi (vocals), Toru Yamashita (guitar), Ryota Kohama (bass) and Tomoya Kanki... Read more »
"I've always been helped out by other bands so I always try to do the same": An interview with Gavin James

"I've always been helped out by other bands so I always try to do the same": An interview with Gavin James

There is a certain charm that attaches itself to singer-songwriters. Maybe it’s because they wear their heart on their sleeve. Or maybe it’s the re... Read more »
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