Pop rockers Esimorp were crowned champions of the Volkswagen x Underground Battle of the Bands last month, winning studio recording time, as well as a tour van to use for upcoming gigs. The four-piece told us about their beginnings, ambitions, and how it felt to win.
When guitarist Jamie Hince injured his hand, doctors weren’t sure whether he’d ever play music again. Seeing as he was one half of British rock duo The Kills, this was a pretty big problem.
Following his global success with debut Tremors, electronic and alternative R’n’B artist SOHN returns with his second full-length Rennen through prestigious indie label 4AD.
Grammy award-winning The Flaming Lips have been churning out psychedelic rock albums since 1983. Their most recent effort, Oczy Mlody, was released this month following a handful of singles.
For a man with an opportunity to join one of entertainment’s most exclusive clubs, Hamilton mastermind Lin-Manuel Miranda was pretty disconnected from the Oscar nominations.
Great news everyone: film musicals are back and if La La Land follows up on its promise to sweep the awards this season, we'll be seeing a lot more in future.
When Metallica stormed the AsiaWorld-Expo stage last week, thousands of Hongkongers were there to greet the pioneering US metallers making their debut in the city.
We may be just three weeks into 2017, but there has already been a flurry of strong releases from across the genres, and there’s lots to look forward to, as well.
One of the pioneering producers in electronica, Bonobo has released a string of critically-acclaimed albums since the early noughties. His latest, Migration, was released this month.
Following two successful records, The XX returns with I See You.Opener Dangerous uses sharp, brassy synths, which give way to a ’90s electro-dance beat and soulful vocals.
While most fresh university graduates are trying to start their careers, Elliot Ho Yat-leung is already a seasoned composer, who creates epic scores for the big screen.