From pop to experimental, Indonesia’s underground scene offers something for everyone.
In an exclusive interview with VICE, Brian Imanuel talks about his new album ‘The Sailor,’ his career trajectory, his collaboration with Spotify, and meeting the President of Indonesia.
Some of the world's best experimental and noise acts recently converged in the Indonesian city of Jogja for Nusasonic, a massive eleven-day festival.
The former Cocteau Twins member stopped thinking about the band's reunion years ago, and now spends his time discovering new bands all over the world with his label Bella Union.
For the American saxophonist, there's no reason why jazz can't mix with hip-hop and video games.
"I’ve been described by my good friends as someone who likes to torture myself."
The band's sophomore album "Mundo Animal" will make you dance to catchy beats and reflections on the rise of Indonesia's right wing.
Yogyakarta-based Last Kiss To Die of Visceroth dropped their new music video on the most romantic day of the year—and it's bleak.
Swords, dragons, and psych rock.
His live shows, like the one in Jakarta last week, are often sold out, but he'd rather stay home all the time if he could.
It's like the band was trying to beat Kevin Shields for the title of longest wait for a shoegaze album.
There's a lot to like in Ache's debut EP "Tired."