The British artist's first album was released in 2012, and the follow-up was first expected early this year.
The 27-year-old musician is grateful for the exposure that 'See You Again' brought him, but also eager to prove himself as a solo artist.
The alt rock British band have produced a dreary and uninspired effort, with only a few highlights.
The Korean pop band just released their second mini-album and it’s a great follow-up to June's 'This is us'.
One of the organisers of an upcoming indie music festival tells us why these events matter to local bands
BTS, BlackPink, and Mnet Asian Music Awards are coming up: a guide on how to score tickets to K-pop events in HK
If you’re absolutely desperate for tickets to see your favourite band or idol, but would like to avoid scams that will cost you hundreds of dollars, here’s a handy guide for you.
Leading Lights: St Stephen’s College singer Michelle Cheung reveals the research and emotions needed for her performances
What started out as a hobby has turned into a passion for singing for Michelle Cheung. She talks about how she practises for a competition, and her plans for the future.
Dreampop trio Postiljonen on Chasing Stars, performing in HK for the third time, and living by one rule only: their creativity
Scandinavian group Postiljonen discuss their new music, and why they’re so excited – and a little nervous – to perform it in Hong Kong.
Dutch recorder player, who performed with the HK Philharmonic Orchestra, tells us why her instrument is badly misunderstood
Lucie Horsch wants to change people’s minds about the recorder.
Leading Lights: How St Paul’s Co-educational College Treble Choir and their golden voices scored big in South Korea
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.