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.
The lacklustre plot is saved by impressive CGI animation.
Wolf Alice on winning the Mercury Prize, defying non-believers, and how friendship is key to their chemistry
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.
Summer may be the biggest season for massive movies, but the approaching year-end is always a time for some pretty major releases. And boy, are there some awesome films coming out in the run-up to 2019.
They’re fairly new to the local music scene, but Hong Kong indie rockers Strange Lives recently released their self-titled debut EP.
Adam Silvera’s ‘More Happy Than Not’ is a clever teen sci-fi thriller about the nature of memories [Book review]
A teen makes the drastic decision to delete some unhappy memories in this YA novel, but it has some unintended consequences.
Britain’s Got Talent finalist Calum Scott on writing music for stress relief and his new role as an advocate for LGBT youth
Ahead of his first Hong Kong concert, the British singer-songwriter spoke about coming out, and owning his emotions.
Critics have slammed the script, but Mr Robot's Rami Malek shines as the lead singer, and the band's glam rock hits are celebrated in all their glory.
Calum Scott, former Britain’s Got Talent contestant, gives it his all at HK stop of 'Only Human' Asia Tour [Review]
Fans of the British pop singer were wowed by an emotionally-charged and heartfelt performance at his first ever concert in the city.
A look at the works of this legendary writer that have been turned into television dramas, films, online comics and games over the decades.