On the bright side, an extra weekend just freed up.
We're waiting to hear if his two November gigs will go ahead.
This week, Hong Kong will get its first glimpse of dream-pop group Fazerdaze, aka the brainchild of New Zealand’s Amelia Murray.
Interesting, unpredictable second Wolf Alice album switches from shoegaze sounds to angsty garage rock [Review]
Following their highly successful debut My Love Is Cool, British four-piece Wolf Alice have started to get more playful and explorative on their second full-length album Visions Of A Life.
Singaporean singer-songwriter Gentle Bones explains how he got his big break in the world of music, and how he convinced his parents to let him cut his studies short.
Live Nation Lushington announced today the Grammy-award winner’s Hong Kong performance will be at the AsiaWorld-Expo on May 12, 2018.
Is it better to remain an independent artist without resources, or sign with a management company with access to them – but with a loss of creative control? Wong discusses the pros and cons.
In August, Chengdu rappers Higher Brothers graced the Kitec Music Zone stage in Kowloon. The following day, Melo and MaSiWei from the group caught up with Young Post to talk about the previous night’s show, as well as their upcoming Clockenflap performance.
Having built a reputation for making simple, catchy indie folk songs over the past decade, Australian duo Angus & Julia Stone offer more of the same with their fourth album Snow.
Since the career-defining albums of Hot Fuss and Sam’s Town, The Killers have struggled to hit the same dizzying heights with their follow-up albums. Wonderful Wonderful sadly is no exception to the plateau.