Say Yes! By Various Artist

Troughout this manic depressive year. Cold in a hazy thoughts. Confusion. Figure 8, Either/Or and XO are sincere and honest poet. Always being true to me instead of perpetrate an artificial laughter. Having a solemn time in questioning about anything intrapersonally always comforting.  The songs might be a classics to the generation. I was only…

1989 by Cigarettes Wedding

A classic Indonesiana indie-pop nuance was wrapped up in Cigarettes Wedding’s single called 1989. Which is become a teaser for the band’s upcoming album called “Senantiasa”. 1989 is where ambigous words meet with experimental instrumental notation. Blended into a dreamy instrumentals, post-rock if i may say, 1989 takes you into a dynamic visualization of lights…

The Last Show by Have Heart

    Introduced to this genre by my cousin when i was still in high school. Introduced to the roots until the subculture of the movement. Then he gave me this live show dvd for me to watch. Instantly that “Roland” intro was a surprise. It actually worked on “Hard Bark on Family Tree”. That…

Human Performance by Parquet Courts

This album told me that it’s okay to keep on talking semiotically sarcastic and let others do the thinking job. Thanks to Sir Zaldy a.k.a Musichronic inform me about the band’s latest briliant album. To be honest, i’ve been listening even digging in the hip-hop scene lately bacause nothing new in the scene that fancy…

Little Uneasy by Fazerdaze

Last time i heard music from NZ On Air was Chazz Valentine’s “The Brightest Star”. Long long time ago in my high school year. Such a sweet reunion, i was discovering great sound from New Zealand today. Once again or maybe more later on. Instantly felt in love with their song called “Reel” in youtube….

ขอให้เธอ (For You) by Napat Snidvongs

Discover this ear pleasing four-piece indie pop group (if i may say) from Heart Attack movie. Calm mood with jangly sound of a thousand strings. Daydreaming about a gig where Napat Snidvongs share stage with The Silent Love, epic. I wish i can understand thai language because the scene are great. Asoy.

Top Of 2015 : Real Life by Real Lies

Before the 2016 transition, I think its better to share my favourite or let me say monumental record in my 2015. This year have been a memorable trip. Both locally and abroad. The scene been interesting this year. New bands throw their record, cassette/vinyl phenomena, 90s-esque fever or the latest “polisi skena” drama. The scene…

Ought – Sun’s Coming Down

The band is pushing into another edge, I suppose. Ought in share the same stage with Chui Wan would be perfect.