Felix Martua

‘Vengeance Is Mine, All Others Pay Cash’ director Edwin on toxic machismo and personal, detail-oriented filmmaking

A chat with the Indonesian filmmaker who won the top award at 2021’s Locarno Film Festival with his adaptation of Eka Kurniawan’s acclaimed novel

GANGGA on debut album ‘It’s Never Easy’: “I wanted to capture all the sadness that happened in my life”

The Indonesian singer-songwriter who shot to viral fame with the single ‘Blue Jeans’ earlier this year talks his autobiographical album about heartbreak and separation anxiety

Romantic Echoes: “If you simply focus on your truth, people will love what you make”

The Indonesian singer-songwriter’s solo release ‘Gaung Romantis’ offers romantic melodrama and songs inspired by Toto and Gorillaz

Stars and Rabbit on optimistic new album ‘On Different Days’: “For the sake of life itself, you just can’t give up”

The Indonesian folk-rock duo mark 10 years with a record that aims to inspire and comfort

Indonesian singer Lyodra releases the “emotional rollercoaster” that is her self-titled debut album

The singer and actress tells NME about the creation of ‘Lyodra’, paying tribute to her Karo heritage with Dipha Barus and more

Indonesian rapper Basboi on his witty yet vulnerable debut album: “My music needs to present reality”

The Medan-born, Jakarta-based rapper on new album ‘Adulting For Dummies’, which was inspired by Dave Chappelle and Kunto Aji

Svmmerdose on light-hearted new EP ‘Yeah Yeah Youth’: “We agreed to just have fun and trust the process”

Indonesian duo Tarapti Rinrin and Iqbaal Ramadhan talk expanding their musical palette on their new project, disliking music that’s “downright depressing” and more

Danilla Riyadi on ‘Peluh, Gairah & Kelana’, her carefree disco record with The Glamors: “I just want to boogie!”

For her latest transformation, the Indonesian artist and her band turned her songs into retro discotheque singalongs

GAC member Gamaliél on debut solo EP ‘Q1’: “I just wanted to find peace with my past”

Indonesian singer-songwriter on how his formative musical influences and personal grief played a role in his solo EP

Blue Room Boys – ‘UR Amazing’ review: A. Nakaya-fronted hip hop band’s debut is easy on the ears

With his four collaborators, the Indonesian rapper steps away from hard-edged bangers and into vibey R&B-influenced territory
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