Features: Interview

Venezuelan duo Fur Coat opens up about their journey from lustrous house to sable techno

Venezuelan duo Fur Coat opens up about their journey from lustrous house to sable techno

Back in 2004, a chance encounter at a party brought fast-rising DJs and producers Sergio Muñoz and Israel Sunshine together. Already well into thei... Read more »
On The Record: The albums that shaped La Femme

On The Record: The albums that shaped La Femme

La Femme craft their music with a joyously fresh and colourful lens — their music, although tagged with genres like krautrock and psychedelic, pres... Read more »
Singaporean musicians have the sweetest disposition for The Temper Trap

Singaporean musicians have the sweetest disposition for The Temper Trap

It's been eight long years since ‘Sweet Disposition’ first introduced The Temper Trap to the world - and a lot has changed since then. Long gone... Read more »
Singaporean beatbox pioneer and world battle champion Dharni reflects on success and paying it forward

Singaporean beatbox pioneer and world battle champion Dharni reflects on success and paying it forward

Born and bred in Singapore but currently based in Warsaw, Poland, Dharni is legitimately one of the planet's best beatboxers at the moment. Reco... Read more »
Wednesday Campanella, J-pop's thrilling outlier, reveals her five essential Japanese records

Wednesday Campanella, J-pop's thrilling outlier, reveals her five essential Japanese records

Out of all the acts at 2017's Laneway Festival, Japanese act Wednesday Campanella undoubtedly stole the afternoon, despite the ominous sky that for... Read more »
WATCH: BADBADNOTGOOD discuss kimojis, airports, Coldplay and their reaction to music from Southeast Asia

WATCH: BADBADNOTGOOD discuss kimojis, airports, Coldplay and their reaction to music from Southeast Asia

Canadian jazz quartet BADBADNOTGOOD was in Manila last year for a sold-out headlining show at Black Market. The band had just released their latest... Read more »
On The Record: The albums that shaped Unknown Mortal Orchestra

On The Record: The albums that shaped Unknown Mortal Orchestra

On Friday, March 3rd, Kiwi psych rock favourites Unknown Mortal Orchestra will be performing alongside post-rock luminaries Explosions In The Sky, ... Read more »
On The Record: The music that shaped Azer

On The Record: The music that shaped Azer

Celebrated as one of Belgium's very best DJs, Azer has been at the forefront of the European underground scene for well over a decade now. Altho... Read more »
Why the metalcore world is making a fuss about Suicide Silence (and what Singaporean musicians have to say about it)

Why the metalcore world is making a fuss about Suicide Silence (and what Singaporean musicians have to say about it)

The curious hybrid genre of deathcore has had a much shorter lifespan in the limelight than its big brother, metalcore, and its strained cousin, po... Read more »
Alex Kennon vs. Joyfull Family's The Party Is Over: A track-by-track guide

Alex Kennon vs. Joyfull Family's The Party Is Over: A track-by-track guide

From his classical guitar education as child, to his work in radio as a teen, all the way up till his current renown as a DJ and producer - Ale... Read more »
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