Khyne Palumar

JRLDM – ‘Mood Swing’ review: masterfully ordered chaos from Filipino hip-hop’s distinctive new voice

Raw, nimble, and exciting, Jerald Mallari’s nearly flawless debut leaves you hanging on for more

Jikamarie: Filipino R&B singer following her musical intuition to viral fame

Eight months on from her breakout track ‘Lutang’, the singer talks similarities to Billie Eilish, her love for K-pop and tender new single ‘Aking Buwan’

Manic Mundane – ‘Narrative Three’ EP review: brooding electro-pop portraits of loneliness and loss

Filipino artist Kath Dizon basks in melancholy in this moody, occasionally plodding debut

H 3 F: “We’re serious about music, but not to the point that we’re not having fun”

The Thai indie quartet who titled their debut project ‘Cheesy Lyrics, Sloppy Groove’ process angst and anxiety on their new pandemic album, ‘Unemployment’

‘Whether The Weather Is Fine’ review: a heart-rending disaster drama with a surreal bent

Director Carlo Manatad meditates on a ravaged Tacloban post-Typhoon Haiyan – and makes room for levity and absurdity

Parokya ni Edgar – ‘Borbolen’ review: pop-rock kings of mischief serve nostalgia and heart

Five years on from their last album, the irreverent OPM veterans return with a classic bag of tricks

JRLDM: Filipino rapper who went from Bataan’s factories to making stark songs about love, vice and inner darkness

Jerald Mallari tells NME how a frank and forthright song about self-harm transported him to recording with “rap heroes” like Gloc-9 on his debut album ‘Mood Swing’

Su Lee: ‘I’ll Just Dance’ singer makes music “that conveys as many human emotions as possible”

The South Korean singer-songwriter, who went viral on Reddit with a music video subtitled ‘what my mental breakdown sounds like’, talks new EP ‘Box Room Dreams’

Kiana V on her new EP ‘Dazed’, a “soft exploration of how self-love affects the love we’re able to give others”

The Filipino neo-soul singer talks facing her insecurities, the best advice she’s given her father Gary Valenciano and more

Director Rae Red on thriller ‘Tenement 66’: “I wanted to do it purely for entertainment but I couldn’t avoid politics”

The Filipino filmmaker talks her follow-up to ‘Babae At Baril’, writing from the fringes and being a Red progeny
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