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"We pushed it further this time": Franz Ferdinand's Bob Hardy reflects on the band's new album, Always Ascending

"We pushed it further this time": Franz Ferdinand's Bob Hardy reflects on the band's new album, Always Ascending

Dance music for people that are dance-shy is a much less crowded lane than its less quirky opposite. But throughout its almost-two-decade-long care... Read more »
"There's a lot of pressure because it's such a competitive industry" – A chat with Lucille Croft onboard It's The Ship 2018

"There's a lot of pressure because it's such a competitive industry" – A chat with Lucille Croft onboard It's The Ship 2018

Lucille Croft returned to It's The Ship last week for an immense set that saw the Australian DJ perform mostly her own tracks, a rare feat by today... Read more »
"Everything that we love and hate is all in Vomit": Unknown Radicals open up about their uncompromising new album

"Everything that we love and hate is all in Vomit": Unknown Radicals open up about their uncompromising new album

Behold Vomit - a thick, rich gumbo of reconfigured styles and influences; a glorious slop of pure essence. Behold the new album by local hip-hop fo... Read more »
EDM legend Darude on 'Sandstorm', mental health and more

EDM legend Darude on 'Sandstorm', mental health and more

Whether you're a fan of dance music or not, you've probably heard of 'Sandstorm'.  Released in October of 1999, the track is etched in EDM's his... Read more »
Wired Music Week's founder John Beh on bridging the gaps between the music industry and fans, what to expect at its flagship event next year and more

Wired Music Week's founder John Beh on bridging the gaps between the music industry and fans, what to expect at its flagship event next year and more

Meet John Beh, the founder of Wired Music Week (WMW).  Wired Music Week was founded by Malaysia-based John Beh, who launched RBRN IDEAS with the... Read more »
"Come what may, we’re ready": Alif and SonaOne on their creative chemistry and the music that awaits

"Come what may, we’re ready": Alif and SonaOne on their creative chemistry and the music that awaits

Take heed, Singaporeans and Malaysians. Two of the most essential voices of each country have converged to make a statement that transcends politic... Read more »
"Why copy what’s already there when being original is its own reward?": Ashidiq Ghazali on his philosophy of art and music

"Why copy what’s already there when being original is its own reward?": Ashidiq Ghazali on his philosophy of art and music

Visual art and music are the two most readily impactful and formidable engines of pop culture and Ashidiq Ghazali has a distinct handle on both. Si... Read more »
"Anyone supporting me is in for a good time": AE$OP CA$H on his latest project Win Win and the music to come

"Anyone supporting me is in for a good time": AE$OP CA$H on his latest project Win Win and the music to come

“I’m Superman with no cape on!” – AE$OP CA$H is back with the nukes. At midnight, the firebrand Singaporean rapper ripped the lid off his newest re... Read more »
Judas Priest's Rob Halford on the band's legacy, BABYMETAL, returning to Singapore and more

Judas Priest's Rob Halford on the band's legacy, BABYMETAL, returning to Singapore and more

Legendary English heavy metal band Judas Priest will be returning to Singapore this December after six long years.  Judas Priest formed in West ... Read more »
"I’m definitely going to whip out something cool and new for this set": Yuna speaks on her Neon Lights return

"I’m definitely going to whip out something cool and new for this set": Yuna speaks on her Neon Lights return

Yuna – she of the headwrap; she of the exquisite melt-in-ears voice, which has turned the heads of the likes of Pharrell, Usher and Jehné Aiko – is... Read more »
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