The eclectic front man of My Chemical Romance will always be remembered as the mastermind behind the band’s visual and musical revolutions. Despite the end of the era, his debut effort features the same aesthetics – sans the alter ego.
This band keeps it real – from basing their works on real-life experiences, to citing “eating and laughing” as their interests, they strip away all faux artistry and leave their work up to the interpretation of the listener. We couldn’t help but imagine that “The World As We Know It” would make for an interesting book.
A five-member boy band from YG Entertainment joins the ring of Korean pop idols.
No, we’re not talking about Big Bang.
The band is split in half – each camp on either side of the causeway. The members all hold full-time jobs, only moonlighting as rock musicians after they knock off.
What do you get when you decide to put three bands from three continents – one that spends their time in different countries just walking, an almost tamed but definitely animalistic quartet and a 4-member strong lepak band hailing from this very island – together?
A congregation of approximately 600 people at the club that was ranked 5th in DJ Magazine’s Top 100 Clubs in the World, Zouk.