There certainly was "Nothing Holdin’" Shawn Mendes back tonight during the Hong Kong leg of his Illuminate Tour.
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.
British vocalist and musician Ghostpoet's fourth album Dark Days + Canapes is his most experimental yet.
Formerly known as Jaded, the Hong Kong rock quartet Milkmouth have just released their highly-anticipated debut EP Not Wasted. And it’s good.
After eight years of B-sides, demos and rumours of a band split, Brand New fans are finally being rewarded for their patience. Jesse Lacey and gang return with Science Fiction, and long-time devotees can be excited.
Taylor Swift's new song isn't breaking the internet, but it's pretty close.