Off the back of her SXSW debut, Linying discusses her path towards becoming a musician, and how things have changed since her very first performance.
Glass Animals’ Dave Bayley introduces us to the stories and people that lie at the heart of the band’s second album.
Homegrown electronic music producer Intriguant considers the two years of experiences that have gone into his debut album, and why spatial sound is a recurring theme in his work.
After more than two decades in the business, Sigur Rós reflects on the changing landscape of music and why technology is something they’re eager to embrace.
On the cusp of her first outing at a music festival, homegrown singer-songwriter Sam Rui speaks about the catharsis of music making and how it all came to be.
Paul Wolinski of 65daysofstatic lets us in on the process of making the soundtrack to a video game, and the challenges of bringing it onto the stage.
Noise Singapore, the largest platform for youth arts locally, is back for its 11th edition. We speak to some of this year’s participants about how their work came to be.
With international music acts and countless concurrent activities, Neon Lights pulled out all the stops to ensure that there was something for everyone.
Jonathan Kiat, co-founder of the audio-visual collective synonymous with Singapore’s underground music scene, Syndicate, on public reception and rampant collaboration.
Having performed internationally and alongside prominent acts such as Alt-J and Kimbra, prodigious singer-songwriter, Charlie Lim, holds his own with his distinctive, soulful sound.
Laneway Festival, an annual music garden party like no other.
Danny Rogers, founder of the St. Jerome's Laneway Festival on what it takes to get the party started.
Laurent Brancowitz, guitarist of French alternative rock band, Phoenix, on the band’s appetite for adventure.
Oliver Sim, co-vocalist, bassist and founding member of The xx on putting together the pieces that matter.
In light of their latest album, homegrown experimental musicians The Observatory share their thoughts on breaking new ground to reach greater heights.
Dancing in the water requires knowledge and practice, but more importantly, a listening ear for the melodies of the ocean.
A conversation with an artist-musician on the creation of a new musical dialect.
A conversation with the Icelandic composer on the moments that matter.
Eleven years on, Explosions In The Sky have created music that runs as deep as the friendship between these four men.
Ólafur Arnalds’ latest musical expressions mimic the dramatic turns in his life with an underlying tone of positivity and hope.
Post-rock band 65daysofstatic on what it takes to bring out their best in performances and why nothing else has to make sense.