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Alt-J: "We always try things when someone has an idea, even if we doubt it’ll work"

Alt-J: "We always try things when someone has an idea, even if we doubt it’ll work"

Alt-J may be filling up arenas around the world now, but they've just been as quirky and unconventional — within the boundaries of indie pop, at le... Read more »
Bob Moses on their next album: "We're excited but, at the same time, uncomfortable"

Bob Moses on their next album: "We're excited but, at the same time, uncomfortable"

In 2015, one of indie music's breakout acts came in the form of an unassuming Canadian duo named Bob Moses, a project that has since been c... Read more »
Michelle SgP yearns for intimacy on the lush and spirited 'Free To Fall' — watch

Michelle SgP yearns for intimacy on the lush and spirited 'Free To Fall' — watch

In the music video for 'Free To Fall', Michelle Poh — otherwise known as Michelle SgP — traverses the scenic and alluring city of Bologna, Italy, s... Read more »
Fifth Harmony are returning to Singapore

Fifth Harmony are returning to Singapore

Pop quartet Fifth Harmony, fresh off the release of their successful self-titled album, will be coming back to Singapore. This concert marks a q... Read more »
Shugo Tokumaru guides us through the legacy of Japanese music with five game-changing records

Shugo Tokumaru guides us through the legacy of Japanese music with five game-changing records

Shugo Tokumaru's approach to the studio, and his instruments, can be boiled down to an enormous fascination with the foundational roots of everythi... Read more »
Pond's Jay Watson explains their evolution as a psych-rock band with a penchant for 80s pop — interview

Pond's Jay Watson explains their evolution as a psych-rock band with a penchant for 80s pop — interview

Just by reading Pond's Wikipedia page, or if you've chanced upon them on playlists, you'd already have a preconceived notion of what they might be ... Read more »
Stefanie Sun releases new album, A Dancing Van Gogh — listen

Stefanie Sun releases new album, A Dancing Van Gogh — listen

After a three-year hiatus, Singaporean singer Stefanie Sun has released her new album No.13作品:跳舞的梵谷 — or its English translation A Dancing Van Gogh... Read more »
Slowdive's Christian Savill carefully lays out the band's main discography — interview

Slowdive's Christian Savill carefully lays out the band's main discography — interview

Slowdive first made music in an era where the term "shoegaze" existed to ridicule bands of their ilk — a term derived from their unassuming stage p... Read more »
Troy Chin lays some truths about being a comic artist in Singapore, and, yes, this is relevant

Troy Chin lays some truths about being a comic artist in Singapore, and, yes, this is relevant

As one of the few full-time comic artists and writers in Singapore, Troy Chin knows a thing or two about striking it out alone during the harshest ... Read more »
Feist connects the dots in her discography — interview

Feist connects the dots in her discography — interview

Feist's latest album Pleasure, which is her first full-length record since 2011, marks ten years since her breakout record The Reminder. Singles... Read more »