JX Soo

Subsonic Eye – ‘All Around You’ review: Singapore indie rockers fend off urban alienation

The quintet greet the anxieties of adulthood and refine their sensitive brand of indie rock with conviction on their fourth album and Topshelf Records debut

YOASOBI: the “ultimate J-pop unit” faces the world

With record-breaking hits including ‘Idol’ and ‘Into The Night’, iconic anime theme songs and an immersive literary outlook, YOASOBI have rocketed to the forefront of Japanese music – and are more than ready to take on the world

No Party For Cao Dong – ‘The Clod’ review: generation-defining Taiwanese indie rockers return with clouded catharsis

Devastated by the death of their drummer Fan Tsai, the quartet return with their second album – their first full-length in seven years

pH-1 announces ticketing details for ‘About Damn Time’ Asia tour

Hitting stops in Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan, Thailand and Hong Kong

One Click Straight announce sophomore album

The self-titled follow-up to ‘The Midnight Emotion’ arrives later next week

Legendary Cantopop composer Joseph Koo has died

The Hong Kong composer wrote over 1,000 tracks for TV, films like ‘A Better Tomorrow’ and Bruce Lee's ‘Fist Of Fury’, and hits by Cantopop megastars including Anita Mui and Leslie Cheung

Robert Plant and Ronnie James Dio weren’t “great frontmen”, says Twisted Sister’s Dee Snider

Plant “looked amazing, great hair…stood on stage with one hand raised and sang his ass off. Not a frontman in my opinion,” the Twisted Sister frontman said

Blue to perform in Malaysia this February on ‘Heart and Soul’ tour

They're also performing in Singapore, Manila and Jakarta

Mikhail Red says a sequel to ‘Deleter’ is possible: “We intended it to be very open-ended”

The psychological horror movie starring Nadine Lustre is also getting cinematic releases in the US, UAE and Singapore