Presenting our first showcase of 2019: Buka Panggung! Headlined by Indonesian artiste Silampukau, with Malaysian indie darlings NJWA, Deepset, The Impatient Sisters and Milo Dinosaur as the supporting acts. Will you be there?
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.
Watch Singaporean folk artist, Leslie Low, perform his tracks on Singgah Sekejap.
Watch Indonesian power pop band, The Adams, perform their tracks live on Singgah Sekejap
Bangkok based trio, Yellow Fang, performs acoustic renditions of their songs for Singgah Sekejap during their short visit to Kuala Lumpur last November 2014
Pastelpower (Cherie Ko) performed her tracks, ‘Melon Collie’ and ‘Disco Ball’ during Cassette Store Day last September 2014
Boni, Titi and Ho performed their track ‘Refomasi Masturbasi’ during the screening of Jalanan Movie at Kafe Old Market, KL live on Singgah Sekejap
Azzief Khaliq talks to Tinariwen about their people, their music, and working in the Californian desert.
A weekend of non-stop rock music in a forest clearing in Cheras back in 1972: Azzief Khaliq takes a look the near-mythical Camp Semangat Woodstock and the moral panic that followed in its wake.
Hip hop platform Raising The Bar recently held their 6th anniversary at The Bee and Wknd correspondent Truf was there to see it go down.