Followed by a great collaboration with Dangerdisko and a successful run at Malaysia’s first ever hip-hop big band “Q Sound’s Second Line”, Q Sound proves he’s a force to be reckoned with.
The party last Friday was not one to be missed, but if you did miss it, here’s a quick recap.
Kyoto Protocol has saved the best for last as they drop a heartbreaking music video to accompany “Now You’re Gone” from their latest album “Catch These Men”.
Aina Abdul has finally released the much anticipated music video of her first English single “Reminiscing”.
If you didn’t attend Armon’s music video release party on Saturday, don’t worry because we’ve got just what you were looking for, so look no further, rock stars!
Since Armon’s fun and flamboyant album launch a couple of weeks back, he’s been at it again. This time, Armon’s been cooking up some good stuff for us all.
Exciting, entertaining, awe-aspiring – last Saturday, we were at Armon’s “Thank You” official album launch held at the Experimental Theatre, Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus.
Proudly homegrown, The Voice International Music Awards (VIMA) is one of the world’s largest talent recognition platform. Founded by three Malaysians who hail from different backgrounds, VIMA is Asia’s first independent music awards. Launched in 2008, the three men wanted to see a change not just in the Malaysian music scene, but globally, hoping … Continue reading Kirstie Maximus Rakes Up 7 Nominations at VIMA 2016
The most exciting thing to happen in February was the release of Q Sound’s second installment and official music video for Guilty Room, it was nothing short of genius and straight to the heart, that I thought that it deserved an entire post on its own.