For the world's most popular diva, versatility is at the heart of everything
MastaMic on his mission to create a thriving Chinese hip-hop scene
Frontman John Dwyer on the merits of being fucked over
Alex Zhang Hungtai getting in touch with his family side
We get philosophical with Dave Longstreth
The masters of escapism bring some Celebration Rock
The post-rock group on their 'dance music for the end of the world'
Rock frontman material leading the solo charge
The former Police man goes back to bass
How can HK music survive the massive Korean invasion?
The British pianist is bringing his great loves to Hong Kong
The Queen of HK indie rock on her new adventure on the airways
A band and a belief system
The intoxicating folk rock duo come to Hong Kong
Li Meng de Bakker picks out the highlights of the orchestra’s coming year
Sex rockers pop their album cherry
Take the ultimate trip down memory ‘autobahn’ with Jonny Ensall
The Britpop gods come to Hong Kong
The NYC quartet are on fire with Bartok
Bright Sheng on the rekindling of the performer-composer relationship
Chochukmo's A Tragedy Your Majesty is simply the most anticipated Hong Kong rock album in years.
Lords of political post-rock
Japan's math-rock doyens
The piano pop starlet gets everybody moving
The mysterious pop darlings are coming!
Gambling on punk
The Hong Kong Philharmonic’s Denim Series is making classical music casual
Billy Corgan brings those smashing hits
The multi-talented musician on fusion music
The pop sensation on why she's still misunderstood
Unmissable, absorbing music from the Grammy-winning basstress
Russian rock legends
The scene showcase gets a new flavour
The livehouse holds a huge series of gigs to celebrate - but could it be its last birthday?
Aussie rock vets with an HK-touch
The New York hardcore vets hit Hong Kong!
The indie Cantopop star marks a decade
The beloved Jazz bar, revived!
We speak to artistic director Richard Tognetti
Philosophy student Tom Krell has a way with emotions. And emoticons…
Manila’s sweet fusion rock moods
Taiwan’s ghetto rap godfather
Macau’s indie rock standouts swing by for some rock theory
Verdi, chamber music and pictures at an exhibition!
The legends of visual kei return
Dreamy seaside indie pop from the new HK-duo
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