Music

ON FINISHING WHAT YOU STARTED: I-SKY

Reading Time: 4 minutes The 5-minute conversation we had over dinner with Producer, DJ, and sound enthusiast I-SKY on his new album, “WAKTU”

THIS IS RAMAYAN

Reading Time: < 1 minute MulaZine’s very own Ira Erina and Jordan Chan catch up with local psychedelic rock band Ramayan on their sound, songwriting, and what it takes to make it in the local scene. Featured image by Nana Safiana.

GREY DAZE by Hanie Soraya

Reading Time: 11 minutes The death of Chester Bennington hit us badly and sent us spiraling down to rock bottom. Growing up, we listened to Numb by Linkin park until the CD couldn’t read anymore. We’re 14 again as we lay down, eyes staring at the ceiling, progressing back in time. We’re living through Grey Daze, that existed pre Linkin Park.

THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS WITH SHELHIEL

Reading Time: 5 minutes Making music comes more easily to some than it does others. This “some” we’re talking about here is Shelhiel, who’s been involved in music for 7 years now. He has been boldly creating and honing his craft in writing and producing music. A week ago, I had a FaceTime call with him and just casually bounced off 8 questions with him

AT HOME WITH CHARLIE LIM

Reading Time: 4 minutes When the pandemic first hit and the world stopped and went silent [as silent as it can be], we at Mulazine decided to check in with up and coming singer Charlie Lim. In under 15 questions, we have gotten to know more about him, how he’s keeping busy during this very isolating period, his work process in creating his songs, and also to talk about his upcoming single, Hummingbird.

BENEE Live Interview

Reading Time: 5 minutes From the #SUPALONELYCHALLENGE, the song Supalonely by the singer Benee from New Zealand. As part of the first of hopefully many collaborations between Mulazine and Universal Music Malaysia, we got a chance to have a question and answer session with the Tiktok songstress via Instagram Live on their page.

SENJAMACHINE

Reading Time: 9 minutes A tea party on speed, a house in the woods made out of cotton candy: queer, pink, sweet, and sticky, meant to make you feel uncomfortable and call for your attention without having to demand or beg for it. That is the experience of watching the two Malaysian bands that are Senja and TimeMachine perform and flourish over the past few years.