The only thing the American pop rock band has to Apologise for is not coming to Hong Kong more often.
American Dream is New York electro rock band LCD Soundsystem's first album in seven years. While there are plenty of interesting ideas going on, none of them sound that original or exciting.
Just before opening for US shoegazers Diiv, local indie rock outfit Phoon spoke to Young Post about unexpected crowds, jam sessions and writing fun songs.
On their seventh album, Sleep Well Beast, The National take some risks, and it pays off.
The successful singer also told Young Post about her dark year without a label, and how she got her start.
The Hong Kong festival just got a whole lot more exciting, with a string of old-school and up-and-coming bands taking to the stage this November.
This weekend saw the physical release of Pointless Filler, the highly anticipated debut album by Hong Kong rock band Tri-Accident, who marked the occasion with a special release show at Hang Out in Sai Wan Ho.
Following a brief hiatus, pop band The Script’s fifth effort Freedom Child shows a band running out of ideas.
The 16-year-old sunny songstress tells Young Post why she took a two year break from recording, and her plans for more covers and global success.
From a spectator’s viewpoint, 1989 painted a vivid picture of a complicated, secret, on again, off again romance. And ...Ready for it? seems to revisit some of these themes.
Heavy rockers Queens of the Stone Age’s seventh studio album Villains shows a continuation from their last album, Like Clockwork.