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.
KL Experimental Film, Video & Music Festival (KLEX) director Kok Siew-Wai answers some questions of ours about the festival and the state of Malaysian experimental film and music.
Azzief Khaliq talks to DJ Goldierocks, host of The Selector, about The Selector, travelling, and what’s going on in the UK’s underground music scene.
Gembira Putra Agam presents a personal take on Indonesia’s underground dance music scene, past and present.
Our editor reflects on Can’s mysterious and seemingly-unknowable Malaysian vocalist, Thaiga Raj Raja Ratnam.
Yuen offers up his two cents about punk, authenticity, and the twin controversies of Homophobic Malaya and The Rejection.
You may know of Tiramisu, but what about NADA? James Rivers sent an email over to the Singaporean duo to try and shed some light on the mysterious project.
The final part of our interview with Sublime Frequencies’ Mark Gergis discusses research, collecting and some miscellaneous topics, including his plans and hopes for the future.
Our interview with Sublime Frequencies’ Mark Gergis continues with the third part, where we talk to Mark about ethics, privilege and psychedelia. Part three of four.