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.
Sublime Frequencies’ Mark Gergis talks to our editor and offers his thoughts on world music and shares some interesting anecdotes from his time researching and compiling compilations for Sublime Frequencies. Part two of four.
Our editor Azzief Khaliq sat down with Sublime Frequencies’ Mark Gergis to talk about the label, ethics, notions of otherness and psychedelia and much more besides. Part one of four.
ZH Liew reflects on the shidaiqu, the “songs of the era” that originated in 1920s Shanghai, and on memory, history and transmission.
With the SUKE highway project going ahead and the relocation of Tandang Store currently in the works, we thought we’d sit down with Wan and Alak and ask them some questions about the past and future of the store.
Ahead of the launch of The Wknd Store later this month, editor Azzief Khaliq rambles about collecting and why people (including himself) still buy music on physical formats.
Gisela Swaragita follows up her history of Jogja Noise Bombing with a short interview with the one and only Indra Menus.