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.
“Be it happy or sad moments, every experience in life is worth celebrating.”
This message is brought out clearly in Jay Jacobson’s fifth studio album, “The Ride”. His unique vocals and ingenious musical arrangement weaves a melody that showcases the beauty in life, no matter how things turn out to be; a ride that you wouldn’t want to miss out on.
A five-member boy band from YG Entertainment joins the ring of Korean pop idols.
No, we’re not talking about Big Bang.
It’s a sunny afternoon – a perfect weather to enjoy the soulful voice that is Joel Tan aka Gentle Bones. Produced and mixed by the acclaimed producer Roland Lim, this self-titled debut EP consists of 5 songs filled with sincere messages written in a unique blend of folk, pop and rock.
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.