The energetic indie pop rock band who came far away from Medan to Jakarta is back with their newest EP, titled ‘Perpetual’.
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.
Amber Bain, more known professionally as The Japanese House, started her 2019 with the release of “Maybe You’re The Reason”. Coming up as the third single from her upcoming album, “Good at Falling”, “Maybe You’re The Reason” serves us some chill vibes like her previous releases.
Summer Salt is finally back after their hiatus. Not only they have revealed a new single last November, they have also released a new album last September - from which they will donated their earnings to Planned Parenthood, Safe, and Music Care, right after the removal of one of their members, Phil Baier, due to allegations of sexual abuse targeting fans.
After the success of Dream Coterie’s first EP "Mokase", the Indonesian soulfunk quartet is back with their single “Copper.” Similar to the songs in "Mokase", "Copper" is a heavily funk and soul-influenced track - with a touch of the romantic.
In Indonesia, when people talk about music, indie music is a topic that commonly pops up during a conversation. In this article, contributor Dinda Aza’Ara Putri has compiled a list of Indonesian indie pop songs for you to enjoy.
Much like the Western music scene, South Korea has its own prominent indie musicians - some dominating the scene along with mainstream K-pop stars, some severely underrated. In this article, editor Claudia Siregar has compiled a list of the best chill & lo-fi tunes from the Korean indie music scene.
Recently, electronic musician Grimes (otherwise known as Claire Boucher) released a surprise single—her first non-feature since 2015’s Art Angels. In “We Appreciate Power,” Grimes diverges from the lively sounds of Art Angels, but remains distinctively idiosyncratic, nevertheless.