Najwa’s powerful voice, her grace of musical delivery and that unabashed passion for music, all combine into a performance that you just have to experience.
Atmospheric, emotive and full of vibrant energy – their music really sucks you in. At once grandiose and down-to-earth, Mutesite exudes effortless charisma on stage that takes shoegazing postrock and turns it on its toes.
It’s hard to nail The Farrah down to any specific genre of music. We think, perhaps, their main intention is to focus on making music, and take it a step ahead as an art form rather than just something you hear on radio.
Dance On Your Grave’s music is raw, hard-edged and driving, yet still manages to remain fist-pumpingly anthemic – and they’re definitely an act you have to watch live to get the full experience.
Hailing from the southern city of Johor Bahru, Popscene has been actively playing gigs in and around the local Johor music scene since 2014 with their interesting blend of Brit Pop and shoegaze. Watch the interview below to find out more about them:
We love that lo-fi aesthetic in Muck’s music, which still manages to retain a melodic appeal. This combo makes them feel authentic, lovable and down-to-earth; some may even say that it’s the “sound” of Ipoh.