On Our Radar
With an upcoming collaboration with Foreign Beggars and an album with Ritviz in the works, Seedhe Maut is riding the new wave of Indian hip-hop.
Anindya Anugrah borrows heavily from medieval art but her whimsical pieces are all her.
Gabbi Wenyi uses their art to protect and to protest.
"There's nothing more honest...than gathering around a table of food or looking at an artwork."
Coming from Singapore, a country with very strict laws against vandalism, Song's need to find 'legal' walls brings him around the world.
Chronicling the lived experiences of multiracial Australians, Sabina McKenna uses Instagram to bring the conversation of cultural identity to the masses.
Coming from a rigourous practice in viola and violin, Mervin Wong aka Planeswalker transformed his classical training with the infinite possibility of electronics.
“Some would say that my music saved them, which is really humbling. I'd like to think it was more of a peaceful companion.”
From flipping tracks under pressure to turning trash into treasure, this power couple teaches us the secrets to staying grounded.
From blowing up on the internet to touring the world IRL, low-key lo-fi artist Mellow Fellow shows us the person behind the persona.
From walls to galleries, John Kaye’s work is filled with callbacks to his humble beginnings on the streets.
It's not often you find someone perfecting buzz cuts and malay soul music. Akid Amir does both with sincerity.