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The Fridays – ‘No One Realizes This Is Nowhere’ review: ’90s pop culture nostalgia from Malaysian six-piece

The Fridays drop the jangly indie pop sounds of their 2015 debut but stay every bit as nostalgic

Terrible People – ‘Home, In A Way’ review: a cohesive, mature record from the Singaporean emo trio

Challenged to make an album that could appeal to a wider audience, Terrible People deliver

Jaggfuzzbeats: Malaysian indie rock duo follow a buzzy debut with an “angrier and heavier record”

Though titled ‘Subtle Shift’, Azrul Zainal and Omar Aiman’s new EP finds the duo all grown up and no strangers to life’s hard knocks

Subsonic Eye – ‘Nature Of Things’ review: Singapore indie rockers shed the reverb to embrace rougher edges

The band take a left-turn from dream pop into Midwest emo on their bold third album

Heymun – ‘HYMN’ review: An ambient rebirth with an organic twist

Malaysian artist completes her transformation with new album

Azmyl Yunor – ‘John Bangi Blues’ review: A no-frills comeback from Malaysia’s veteran troubadour

The singer-songwriter delivers blistering commentary on the “Middle Malaysia” experience on his fourth record

“They were making rebel music”: ‘Psyche Oh! A Go Go’ curators on Malaysian and Singaporean bands from the ’60s

The book-and-music compilation collection, which documents lost tunes from Malaysia and Singapore in the early ’60s and ’70s, is more than just a pet project for the writers – it’s in their lifeblood