The energetic indie pop rock band who came far away from Medan to Jakarta is back with their newest EP, titled ‘Perpetual’.
“Anima”, Thom Yorke’s third solo studio album, was released on June 27, 2019, produced by Radiohead’s regular producer Nigel Godrich. The album is a dystopian take on history and one’s inner soul, with a good use of vocal layering and mixes of various real-life electronic sounds.
A newcomer act in the Jakarta’s music scene, the duo Lunar Motel is certainly bringing a breath of fresh air with their out of the ordinary concept.
Red Velvet has finally released their newest EP ‘The ReVe Festival Day 1’ on June 19th, 2019. Red Velvet comes back with six magical tracks influenced by a wide range of genres, starting from electronic pop until funk pop styles, pretty much different from their last EP ‘Really Bad Boy (RBB)’, which allowed them to explore more into the electronic hip hop genre.
It’s easy to guess that Rosalía is singing about the joys of having lots and lots of money in her newest two-single release, “Fucking Money Man.” However, as Rosalia usually does, she challenges our expectations. And she did it all in the native language of her hometown Barcelona—Catalan.
The Speedofsound Mag team has gathered - with two new faces in the team - to curate our twentieth weekly playlist for everyone to enjoy.
Recent controversies and his departure from YG Entertainment have lifted leader, rapper, and producer of hip hop-infused K-pop group iKON B.I’s name onto the media. But did you know B.I was responsible for the production of iKON’s biggest hits and success?
Atlanta-based folk singer and songwriter Faye Webster returns with another full length album straight from her hometown with “Atlanta Millionaires Club”, and she is bringing nostalgic sadness onto the table with 50’s era pop with a touch of RnB and her reflective, yet melancholic storytelling setting the mood for the majority of the album.
There’s nobody quite like Sal Priadi in the Indonesian music industry; there’s a focus on sincerity and honesty in his craft, but at the same time, there’s a great care put on exhibiting grandeur and flair. Securing a set on We The Fest—possibly Indonesia’s biggest music festival—while working on some new music, juggling through collaborations with other musicians, and gathering a fan following to boot, Sal Priadi is on his way to great things.
Rich Brian’s new single, “Yellow” doesn’t feel like a Rich Brian song—we’re missing the usual trap beats and his signature low deadpan delivery. But what we get is something much, much more than the ordinary.