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Rou Reynolds runs through Enter Shikari's discography, talks musical progress, battling anxiety and more

Rou Reynolds runs through Enter Shikari's discography, talks musical progress, battling anxiety and more

British post-hardcore band Enter Shikari are set to perform in Singapore for the first time next week, and the excitement is building up. O... Read more »
Yung Bae talks mixtapes, the return of funk and Motown, upcoming collaborations and more

Yung Bae talks mixtapes, the return of funk and Motown, upcoming collaborations and more

Los Angeles-based producer Yung Bae (real name Dallas Cotton) has been making waves in Asia with his funky, sample-heavy disco tapes and catchy rem... Read more »
Richard Jones of Stereophonics on Scream Above The Sounds, staying tight as a band, and their growth over the years

Richard Jones of Stereophonics on Scream Above The Sounds, staying tight as a band, and their growth over the years

Stereophonics are a band familiar to most - the Welsh act goes way back to their formation in 1992 by founding members Kelly Jones, Stuart Cable an... Read more »
Counterparts talk their latest album You’re Not You Anymore, performing in Asia and more

Counterparts talk their latest album You’re Not You Anymore, performing in Asia and more

This Thursday Canadian melodic hardcore band Counterparts will make their debut in Singapore at Decline, supported by American metalcore group Stra... Read more »
An interview with Livescape CEO Iqbal Ameer about It's The Ship's expansion to Japan

An interview with Livescape CEO Iqbal Ameer about It's The Ship's expansion to Japan

Asia's largest party cruise It's The Ship will be returning for its fifth voyage this year and every experience has been replete with prais... Read more »
The Sam Willows talk their new album, facing criticism and how they've grown as a band – watch

The Sam Willows talk their new album, facing criticism and how they've grown as a band – watch

Singapore pop group The Sam Willows have been teasing a comeback for over a year now, dropping fun-loving and jaw-dropping videos for new songs lik... Read more »
Ferry Corsten on the role jazz plays in his life, performing at Sing Jazz 2018 and more

Ferry Corsten on the role jazz plays in his life, performing at Sing Jazz 2018 and more

Ferry Corsten has been a stalwart in the dance music scene, with work dating back to the 1990s under various guises. His eclectic mix of trance and... Read more »
Jhené Aiko talks the Trip album, being a Pisces and a cat lady, and new music

Jhené Aiko talks the Trip album, being a Pisces and a cat lady, and new music

Just last month, Jhené Aiko made a quick stop in Jakarta to perform at Java Jazz Festival as part of her tour behind her album, Trip, which was rel... Read more »
Talking hip-hop with Jessica Bellamy and Pooja Nansi, the minds behind Thick Beats For Good Girls

Talking hip-hop with Jessica Bellamy and Pooja Nansi, the minds behind Thick Beats For Good Girls

If you love hip-hop, Thick Beats for Good Girls should be a show on your radar. But to be more specific: if you're a woman who is marginalised in s... Read more »
Jake Bugg on playing Glastonbury, dealing with Bob Dylan comparisons, working on new music and more

Jake Bugg on playing Glastonbury, dealing with Bob Dylan comparisons, working on new music and more

English singer-songwriter Jake Bugg made his debut in 2011 and has released four studio albums since then, his latest record being Hearts That ... Read more »
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