Seven years after their first album, Arcade Rock, Hong Kong-based band The Sleeves recently released their long overdue second effort Deliverance – 51 minutes of brazen guitar solos and driving rock songs of a bygone era.
American dream-pop duo Beach House’s last album, 2015’s Thank Your Lucky Stars, saw a disappointing drop in quality after what had been a string of great records.
On his second album, Electric Light, singer-songwriter James Bay pushes into new territories, as he details the break-up and make-up of a relationship.
From its blues roots to its current fusion of sounds, metal music has long been the favourite sound of fans who like their tunes loud and aggressive.
We talks to Sagas vocalist and bassist Dani Kwok, and guitarist Teddy Fan about the meaning behind their music, and the band’s long-term goals.
British rockers Arctic Monkeys took a left-turn on 2013’s AM, swapping brutal and punishing indie anthems for understated late-night groove. On their sixth album Tranquillity Base Hotel & Casino, Alex Turner and his band of monkeys take another unexpected step.
It’s come out later than scheduled, but pop star Charlie Puth has finally released his second album of memorable tunes, Voicenotes, just in time for summer.
The singer talks about her rise to fame, challenging upbringing, the importance of family, and becoming a role model for women.
The five artists were established at an acoustic music society called The PolyArts at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
The British pop princess on realising her goals, breaking records and keeping her private life private.
The popstar known as JW moved from an all-girls’ local school to a mixed international school in Form 5, and it wasn’t easy.