We spoke to our events manager, Shaffiq Ahmad, on notable acts from the past VMW series in Malaysia.
Singaporean garage rock / alternative pop band, The Guilt, releases new EP titled “Songs In The Key of G”
Thailand indie and alternative rock band, Yellow Fang, releases new single “In Between”, feat AP Thailand
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.
Fast and fun, the talented and proficient trio T.I.M. plays a Fat Wreck-ish punk style, getting the kids going with their Goldfinger, Me First and The Gimme Gimmes type attitude and sound.
Hong Kong’s indie-folk trio, 9 Maps, dropped by our office when they were in town for the Urbanscapes festival last month.
Reminding us of those times when catchy tunes still had a bit of edge to it and indie was without question rock music, Free Deserters are a band that does not compromise the true spirit of rock n roll with fashionable genre identifications. And although the name’s changed a little
We managed to catch Rasmus Stolberg from indie rock band Efterklang before their performance at this year’s Urbanscapes
Yuen offers up his two cents about punk, authenticity, and the twin controversies of Homophobic Malaya and The Rejection.
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.
Founder of Urbanscapes Festival, Adrian Yap, speaks about his early days in publication to becoming one of the most prominent festival organizers in Malaysia