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 … Continue reading SINE BAND SG: The Average and More of Everything
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I’ve been playing drums for 10 years. From then till now, it’s been nothing but music. I’ve got no hobbies, nothing. I eat, breathe and sleep drums, songs and music. So each time I strike that drum, it makes me feel happy. My aim when I play music in a band, is to make myself … Continue reading CRIMSON INC: the inspiration, creation, and escapism
Heart to Say Column 2018 is now LIVE:
H2S #1 with @meetferry, a multi-disciplinary performing and recording artist.
ISSUE 4: We’re beyond our numbers, and with that mentality of doing the best for yourself, and for what makes you happy or satisfied, we can feel above cloud 9. Submissions due 9TH JANUARY, 2018
Around 4 in the morning — armed with Pocky and Hello Panda biscuits — G and I did some serious brainstorming for 2018, and we all know that brainstorming, ideation, all of this requires some inspiration. We read part of the M1LDL1FE interview, and were reminded again of why we needed to push in the name … Continue reading M1LDL1FE: WHAT MAKES THEM THE PROUDEST
Craning my neck, I stood in the makeshift backstage area of a small studio in Little India and tried to get a good look at the first play I ever directed. But about halfway through the show, I was pathetically trying to blink back tears that were already spilling down my cheeks and wiping away … Continue reading AN ARTIST? : CRAZY IN LOVE by DAKSHAYANI
In a society where use of technology will always be necessary and part of essential processes of our daily lives—commuting, eating, submitting work, completing work, sending greetings or condolences—it is also as easy for us to share our work and receive feedback on it. Because we can connect with family, we can also connect with … Continue reading 3.5: The Contemporary Conversation
In a contemporary world, how do we find means of connection?
In issue 3.5, we deliberate on the methods in which communication and connections can be forged and formed through a multitude of devices and avenues – not just through text messaging but through the very same way in which we allow ourselves creative escapes…
Will you speak up? Or the real question is, do you bother?