Hong Kong’s super-chill indie music festival Wow and Flutter Weekend will return for a second edition this August, in what promises to be another triumphant celebration of local sounds.
The Radioactive band's third album might not be as explosive as their debut, but it's definitely worth a listen
There’s a small, but growing music scene emerging in Macau, thanks to programmes and events like a free music festival providing a platform for local musicians to shine and express themselves musically.
Clockenflap have given us a sneak preview into which acts will be hitting Hong Kong this year for the festival’s 10th edition, and November can't come fast enough!
Former Jonas Brother and his MTV VMA-winning bandmates heading to the 852 in August.
Making music is liberating for Frank Cabezas, 20, a rapper who goes by the stage name The Mailman.
Lorde seemingly sprung out of nowhere in 2013 with her huge hit single Royals, and now the New Zealander has returned with her second full-length album Melodrama.
K-pop idol Kim Tae-yeon was welcomed by a roaring Hong Kong crowd as she graced the city for the first time as a solo artist – she even spoke a bit of the lingo!
Cecilia Tsang and Kenny Chan, of local band Ancient Spirits, reflect on the history of Hong Kong’s music scene, the closure of Hidden Agenda, and their own musical struggles.
Pop superstar Katy Perry has dominated the charts for the past decade, and looks likely to continue with her fifth album Witness.