In June, we had the pleasure of sitting down with the band SINE - Marcus, Eugene, CJ - for an in-depth conversation on creative identity, their debut EP, and personal thoughts about progressing in the local music scene. SINE BAND SG talked to us rather candidly, and we couldn't be more grateful for the interesting [...]
School. That's a place where young people from different racial backgrounds congregate together. We study a wide range of subjects together, take exams together, try not to fall asleep in class - together. And there's something magical about that. A tight-knit community culture is something characteristic of Singapore. Because we're a small country, we put in [...]
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Heart to Say Column 2018 is now LIVE: H2S #1 with @meetferry, a multi-disciplinary performing and recording artist.
adrian wee / eatmepoptart We had a great conversation with Adrian Wee of eatmepoptart. Here's an excerpt (including two questions we left out from the full thing, because we wanted to post this special)! Here's the full thing. CBLOOM: Before hitting the decks, is there some sort of procedure or ritual that you and the DJs playing for [...]
Hi there again, thank you for being here with us to open up ISSUE 3.5: THE CONTEMPORARY CONDITION… …and for being here with us to end 2017.
CARPE BLOOM: I understand that you guys changed name, from TAKE TWO to M1LDL1FE, and we’re wondering: Does the meaning of a name restrict you to playing certain genres of music or producing a certain sound/channeling a specific vibe? Do you think that labels help define a musician’s experience in their musical journey, or limit them? Peng Sing of M1LDL1FE: [...]