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Eyes on the prize: THELIONCITYBOY, Amin and Weish on navigating Vans Musicians Wanted

Eyes on the prize: THELIONCITYBOY, Amin and Weish on navigating Vans Musicians Wanted

Presented by Vans When already-established artists put themselves in the shoes of aspiring musicians, art, as a whole, can flourish. A metaphori... Read more »
"If I'm not invited to your house, that's fine. I have my own": An interview with Joshua Simon

"If I'm not invited to your house, that's fine. I have my own": An interview with Joshua Simon

On 29 June, Joshua Simon had the opportunity to tell his story rescinded at a TED Talk hosted by Singapore Polytechnic. But there are some voices t... Read more »
"Your confidence is questioned every single moment you're doing something": An interview with Estelle Fly

"Your confidence is questioned every single moment you're doing something": An interview with Estelle Fly

Breakups, heartbreak and toxic relationships are, unfortunately, among the many obstacles of life. When such circumstances befall an individual, on... Read more »
"It's the lyrics that hit them right in the heart and keep the song playing": An interview with Ali Gatie

"It's the lyrics that hit them right in the heart and keep the song playing": An interview with Ali Gatie

Empathy is a tough thing to fake in a song – hell hath no fury like an invested listener scorned. But that’s the least of Ali Gatie’s concerns. The... Read more »
"The idea that opera is inaccessible or only for a certain group of people is a notion we want to dispel": An interview with The Opera People

"The idea that opera is inaccessible or only for a certain group of people is a notion we want to dispel": An interview with The Opera People

In 2018, Jonathan Charles Tay, David Charles Tay and Shridar Mani took it upon themselves to contribute to the cultural vortex of Singaporean art. ... Read more »
"I finally feel like I'm in control of everything": An interview with thecolorfractal

"I finally feel like I'm in control of everything": An interview with thecolorfractal

There is a class of musicians which functions as directors of their fully realised worlds. Singaporean singer-songwriter and guitarist and Berklee ... Read more »
"We’ve continued to explore ways to surprise our fan base": An interview with CHON

"We’ve continued to explore ways to surprise our fan base": An interview with CHON

“Math rock” and the more permissive “prog rock” are the more obvious veneers of the floridly genre-agnostic California quartet CHON. The decade-lon... Read more »
"We've never done this before even though we've been playing music for over 10 years": An interview with Nicholas Wong of Blood Pact

"We've never done this before even though we've been playing music for over 10 years": An interview with Nicholas Wong of Blood Pact

“Bruised Willies is dead. Blood Pact is now” – thus reads the Facebook page of the former band. Know the name: Blood Pact. The Singaporean trio of ... Read more »
"It can be hard to understand what's going on initially but once you get it, it's magical": An interview with Sebastian Thomson of Baroness

"It can be hard to understand what's going on initially but once you get it, it's magical": An interview with Sebastian Thomson of Baroness

Last month, Baroness released Gold & Grey, its final entry in its acclaimed chromatic-themed discography. With the release, the band solidified... Read more »
"There has to be a story. If not, what are you saying?": An interview with LEW

"There has to be a story. If not, what are you saying?": An interview with LEW

LEW is different.  You don’t need to have a heart of stone to be desensitised to the bleeding-heart offerings of the singer-songwriter mold. Whe... Read more »
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