Khyne Palumar

Eraserheads’ ‘Huling El Bimbo’ reunion: Pinoy rock vets play up punk spirit and wistful aches in epic set

The famed Filipino four-piece stuff their last reunion show in the Philippines with an 18-piece orchestra, a 31-track setlist and fireworks

Thunderous and tender: a night with Zild and his new album ‘Medisina’

The prolific Pinoy artist brings the house down at the launch of his eyeliner-smeared alt-rock solo record ‘Medisina’. Backstage, he tells NME about his community of fans, or paniki, his political anthem ‘Dekada 70’ and being “fearless and unpretentious about love”

Alec Orachi: “You can be arrogant, you can be angry, but you also need to focus on what really matters”

The Thai artist pivots from alt-pop to jazzy hip-hop and gets frank about overhauling his life and music in debut LP ‘FREE 2 GO’

NIKI – ‘Nicole’ review: 88rising star revisits her teen years in Jakarta with folk-pop confessionals

In her second LP, Nicole Zefanya updates old songs and sometimes schmaltzy tales using her keen eye for lyrical detail

ena mori: “I was always taught big emotions are overwhelming but having none sucks – we’re here to feel”

The Filipino-Japanese artist and NME 100 alumnus champions underdogs and big feelings in her debut LP ‘Don’t Blame The Wild One!’

Ruru – ‘Glorious Miscellanea’ review: aching indie-pop musings spiked with fizzy funk-jazz

Now based in Canada, Filipino singer-songwriter Denice Quimbo embraces change on her gorgeous third project and full-length debut

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’
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