Meet the Artist Single-Handedly Reviving a Dying Form of Music
After spending a lifetime honing his craft, Imam Rozali is finally taking center stage as the last musician alive performing a style of traditional Indonesian music.
For Indonesian Women, Feminist Zines Are a Powerful Rebellion
"[It's] a medium where the person or community you want to know about is usually communicating directly. It's their voice."
How Napalm Death Influenced a Generation of Indonesian Metalheads
'Harmony Corruption' was the album that gave birth to the country's death metal scene.
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The prolific Jogja record label has chalked up more than 80 releases, all of them free, in the last decade.
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Indonesian Duo Direct Action Finds Mathematical Perfection in 'Blush, Blush'
The band, a project by Joseph Saryuf and former Dewa 19 drummer Tyo Nugros, drills out precise but danceable math rock.