Silampukau take a detour off of the indie-folk track with their latest song, “Aduh, Abang Sayang”.
Azzief Khaliq offers up some thoughts about the whole romantic impulse present in recent Indonesian indie music ahead of the Payung Teduh show this weekend.
Gembira Putra Agam presents a personal take on Indonesia’s underground dance music scene, past and present.
Pradana comes through with a selection of prime 80s Indonesian pop, his idea of what it might have been like to have been young and wild in 80s Jakarta.
Featuring a truly international cast of bands and performers and kicking off only 2 sleeps from today, RRREC FEST IN THE VALLEY 2016 is not one to be missed!
Gisela Swaragita follows up her history of Jogja Noise Bombing with a short interview with the one and only Indra Menus.
Seahorse’s Gisela Swaragita gives us a brief introduction to of one of Indonesia’s most prominent noise collectives of the past few years, Jogja Noise Bombing.