One of Indonesia’s current main rock acts, Barasuara, is back with their album “Pikiran dan Perjalanan”, this time with even more artistry in their music, yet still as sociopolitically charged as ever.
Chinese artist, Lay Zhang, lent his talent for the collaborative track “Lovebird” with Asian-American trio Far East Movement. The song is the 4th released single for Far East Movement's upcoming album.
Contributor Riefan gifts us with a playlist of his favourite, nostalgic melodic punk songs. Enjoy!
“This is a city of eight million strangers,” my friend told me one lazy afternoon in my dorm, as we munched on kosher-salted popcorn and listened to sad music—feeding on our mutual emotionally masochistic tendencies. When I first listened to LCD Soundsystem’s “New York, I Love You But You’re Bringing Me Down,” I was taken back to what he said.
Speedofsound Mag is here to present our fourteenth weekly playlist, curated by our team of nine as usual. Enjoy!
The early Norwegian black metal scene first emerged in the 1990s, and has resulted in producing groundbreaking artists that also attracted massive media attention for a lot of messed up stories. This article introduces bands of the early Norwegian black metal scene to start with, including the recommended albums for first-timers to the scene. Some of them have altered into more various musical styles and don’t remain black metal in their discographies, but still, these names are some of the most renowned pioneers of the scene.
Spring break is near! Here's a playlist that will revive your spring spirits. Featuring Sigrid, Years & Years, Broods, Far East Movement, and many more!
Korean Alternative Hip Hop juggernaut Epik High released their newest project, sleepless in ______ on Monday, featuring a collective of big names such as Malaysian singer-songwriter Yuna, BTS rapper-producer Suga, and K-R&B ballad singer Crush.
UK trio Far Caspian released their first EP last year in November. Between Days consists of five tracks, compiling their three singles with new songs “Between Days” and “Finding My Way Home”.
One of K-pop’s leading second generation idols, Sunmi, previously of JYP’s very own hit girlgroup Wonder Girls, is back with her lo-fi dance pop single “Noir”, taking on the theme of social media and the fuss it brings to society.