In Bam Mastro and Karaeng Adjie’s supergroup, Moon Gang, we can honestly expect anything. Bam Mastro’s eclectic electronic rock sound off of Elephant Kind and Karaeng Adjie’s new 2000s Indonesian Malay rock sound off of Polka Wars makes it a hard guess for their listeners to pin out what kind of sound they will produce with Moon Gang. And with their newest single released called “The Visit,” Moon Gang starts slow while other supergroups start hard.
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The Philadelphia-based shoegaze act Nothing held a show in Jakarta back in October 11th as a part of their Asia tour.
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SM Entertainment, one of the biggest entertainment companies in South Korea, has just recently launched their latest super group.
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