Tagged: genre: electronic
When the king of Kpop finally makes an appearance near you, then you must go.
Although his Western heritage has always played a big part in his music, Asian-American singer-songwriter Khalil Fong has never made his penchant for East-meets-West fusion as clear as he has with his latest album Journey to the West; inspired by the classic Chinese tale.
We interviewed UK based, Japanese band, the Fin.. while they were in Austin for SXSW this year. We talk the ups and downs of their rise to fame, playing football, and their favorite parts of living in Kent.
Spirit feels like a nice and easy ride through a complicated topic like apathy for the times we’re living in, but that’s not necessarily a good description for a political manifesto like they presented it.
With the Taiwan Beats showcase, I reconnected with the anticipation and excitement I’d had leading up to the festival. Truly a phenomenal start to my 2017 SXSW Experience.
Bjork continues to push music videos forward with the presentation of Notget, a VR music video directed by Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones.
Shooting to internet stardom back in 2015 when her cover of Adele’s Hello went viral; Korean musician, only a teenager, Lydia Lee presents her second single, Talking to Myself.
Taiwanese singer-songwriter Waa continues promoting her most recent album, Run! Frantic Flowers! (末路狂花), with the release of Yuki Onna (雪女), directed by Mo for YAMANYAMO.
Venezuelan alternative band La Vida Boheme are back with Você, the first single from their upcoming studio album titled La Lucha, in a music video directed by Johan Verhook
The visually stunning music video, which is presented by Tidal and directed by Grimes, presents the singers as futuristic warriors with fire swords and overlaid with stylish bubbles bursting with paint and more fire, petals and glass shattering.