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Aliens Are Real in Singaporean Artist codecaud’s E.T. Style Music Video for ‘Waxing Crescent’

Aliens Are Real in Singaporean Artist codecaud’s E.T. Style Music Video for ‘Waxing Crescent’

Singaporean alternative-Indie artist codecaud goes extraterrestrial in the music video for her new song Waxing Crescent, directed by Jon Tan.
Atwood’s New Single “Out of the Blue” Blew Me Away

Atwood’s New Single “Out of the Blue” Blew Me Away

Alternative Rock band Atwood releases "Out of the Blue", a new single that is part of an upcoming EP set to release at the beginning of 2021.
Asian pop superstar JJ Lin is back with his dreamy album Drifter • Like You Do

Asian pop superstar JJ Lin is back with his dreamy album Drifter • Like You Do

Mandarin-pop superstar JJ Lin returns with his highly anticpated 14th album, Drifter • Like You Do, Check out more details here!
Rekindle the Teochew Heritage: The TENG Ensemble

Rekindle the Teochew Heritage: The TENG Ensemble

The TENG Ensemble is paying tribute to Teochew culture and music as they attempt to ignite new interest for it with their new music video.
This Just In: Singapore’s Indie-Pop Singer Amanda Ong Steals Your Hearts with Debut EP, Amanda

This Just In: Singapore’s Indie-Pop Singer Amanda Ong Steals Your Hearts with Debut EP, Amanda

Singapore-bred musician Amanda Ong is on a mission to be a household name to all Singaporeans with her newl self-titled debut EP, Amanda.
The Heck Is: Lewis Capaldi?

The Heck Is: Lewis Capaldi?

Ah, Lewis Capaldi. I don’t even remember when I first encountered him.  Or rather, his body of work. Before going for his press conference, I recalled his name as an up-and-coming UK artist with a current smash hit. I dismissed him as an Ed Sheeran type. No offence to Sheeran, of course, but ever since he came into the scene, there have been a few copycats that have cropped up. If you are into UK pop music, a few artists might have popped into your mind. View this post on Instagram R KID @glastofest A post shared by Lewis Calamari…
Neon Lights Festival 2019 review: No Halsey, No Problem

Neon Lights Festival 2019 review: No Halsey, No Problem

All those joyless souls lamenting the cancellation of Halsey’s set must have eaten their words after the two-day Neon Lights Festival has come to an end. Despite invariably being plagued by wet weather and technical difficulties, the enthusiasm for a weekend of indie music and dancing appears to be at an all-time high. Neon Lights kicked up quite a bit of controversy a few days before the festival when it was announced that the second-day headliner, Halsey, would no longer be performing due to “unforeseen circumstances” without giving further details. Halsey was also scheduled to perform at Hong Kong’s Clockenflap…
Soundbites with Yeo: Telling it like it is

Soundbites with Yeo: Telling it like it is

Malaysian-Australian artist Yeo is a bit of a mixed bag. A singer (although he still doesn’t really consider himself one), a songwriter, a producer, a DJ, a music director and an absolute legend on the bass and keytar… the list goes on. Yet amongst this wealth of identities, the artist still manages to find his own method to the madness; creating a unique, ever-evolving brand of sound that intersperses bleak pictures of reality with glimmers of the purest hope you’ll find. Coupled with his Asian diasporic background and his love for travel, there’s just something about his songwriting that pulls…
The Vamps ‘Four Corners’ Tour in Singapore: A night of surprises and celebrations with the Vamily

The Vamps ‘Four Corners’ Tour in Singapore: A night of surprises and celebrations with the Vamily

Back after three years, British pop-rock band The Vamps set base at The Coliseum, Hard Rock Hotel Singapore once again. Held on 15 August 2019 as part of their Four Corners Tour 2019, The Vamps enthralled fans with their high-energy performance and electrifying setlist filled with songs both new and old.  The night also saw the quartet – consisting of vocalist Bradley Simpson, James McVey on guitars, Connor Ball on bass and drummer Tristan Evans – join the vamily for a night of celebrations, such as Tristan’s birthday and even a wedding proposal! At slightly after 8pm, The Vamps took…
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