Music

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Scandinavian group Postiljonen discuss their new music, and why they’re so excited – and a little nervous – to perform it in Hong Kong.
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Our cadets spoke to members of St Paul’s Co-educational College (SPCC) Treble Choir about their victories at an international choir competition last month.
A total of 18,000 people voted for the South Korean band in a poll hosted by online ticketing marketplace Stubhub.
On their fifth album Don’t Mess Up My Tempo, K-pop superstars EXO hit us again with a cannon of concise pop songs, reminding us why they are so popular, after a handful of solo ventures and their CBX collaboration earlier this year.
Light My Dart Up gives a misleading opening to Matt Corby’s latest album Rainbow Valley, the follow-up to his critically-acclaimed 2016 debut, Telluric. It starts off like a gentle lullaby that builds subtly in layers to a cinematic swell. But from here, the album changes quite dramatically.
Lauv has won the hearts of many with his honest music, and attempt to connect with fans via his My Blue Thoughts project.
Leigh-Anne Pinnock of British girl group Little Mix tells us about their rise to fame as a band that stands for girl power and solidarity.
The 26-year-old American pop star wowed his Hong Kong fans with both newer titles, and classics such as See You Again.
George Miller became an internet icon with his comedy YouTube channel. But last year, the Japanese entertainer dropped it all (including his 8.4 million subscribers) to pursue his more serious musical venture, Joji, and his debut Ballads 1.
From being dismissed by label bosses to sweeping some of music’s biggest awards, rock band Wolf Alice tell us about their unlikely journey to the Clockenflap stage.

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