American dance rock band DNCE rocked Macpherson Stadium last night, and the crowded couldn't be more pumped.
Mysterious and melancholic – that’s what Luk Ka-ngai, guitarist of ambient-instrumental group Vanish, said of his band’s name. “It summarises our style. We use music to capture the things that are vanishing.”
At the end of Mew’s tour for their last album, +-, something unusual occurred. Instead of packing their guitars away after returning to their native Denmark, the band headed back into the studio to get started on their next album.
Maximo Park frontman Paul Smith has mostly been known for his poetic and romantic lyrics, but on their sixth studio album Risk To Exist, he takes a more direct and political approach.
Tears On The Dancefloor is the fifth album, and the comeback that nobody particularly wanted, by 90s pop sensation Steps.
After dropping surprise single The Heart Part IV last month, Kendrick Lamar follows up with his fourth album, Damn.
Little Dragon kick off their fifth full-length album Season High with Celebrate, a big 80’s sounding power pop song with as much punch as a Prince song.
Hong Kong punk band The Jaded are just “trying to connect with people”, or so said the drummer and ex-CityU student Jose Urbano, when he spoke to Young Post about their songwriting process.
The One Direction member claimed this week’s No 1 spot with Sign of the Times, a bombastic piano ballad that signals a new direction for the boyband star.
It’s not just her own experiences from where singer-songwriter Dixie Lynne draws inspiration for her music, it’s the very city of Hong Kong itself too.
There’s sadly nothing new or interesting going on in The Chainsmokers debut album, despite a few standout songs.