With the rising popularity of K-pop idol groups during the last few years, Korean music has begun to reach a new high. Enter DAY6, a rock band managed by K-pop mogul JYP Entertainment who has recently broken into the international market with their fifth EP “The Book of Us: Gravity”.
Chamber pop is not a common genre in the local music scene. Karsha, a newcomer in the industry, proceeds to reintroduce the genre to the scene.
There’s an alternative to familiarising yourself with Korean music if K-Pop is not your thing, as Korean House music movement is becoming a thing with artists such as Peggy Gou, Yaeji, and Park Hye-Jin leading the movement.
Yogyakarta might be one of the most chill cities in Java – not only because of the people who live there, but also because of the vibes the city brings. Contributor Dinda Aza’ara has curated a playlist of songs that remind her of the city.
This post is a creative nonfiction interpretation of Hindia and Rara Sekar’s “Membasuh,” based on contributor Patricia Kusumaningtyas’ current state of mind. Put on your earphones/speakers, listen along while you read.
Indie folk artists have been lesser known to most music enthusiasts, but it does not necessarily mean they are not good. Here is a playlist with 20 songs from indie folk artists who have striven under the radar, with artists including Irish singer and songwriter Rosie Carney, English folk duo Seafret, Australian band The Paper Kites.
The energetic indie pop rock band who came far away from Medan to Jakarta is back with their newest EP, titled ‘Perpetual’.