Arts & Culture
Amelia Natasha crafts a narrative that allows us to witness the blossoming of an artist whose roots are deeply embedded in her culture and whose wings are unfurled by the winds of her parents' endless faith. Azzah Sultan’s story is a powerful reminder that art is not just an expression of the self but also…
On his new assignment, reviewing Theatresauce’s play, Come Home and Eat, writer Pravin Nair finds meaning in the art of creation, community, food, writing and gratitude for the creative mariners in their life.
It’s easy to pick up the influences of their professed influences—a hint of The Killers here; a paean to Death Cab for Cutie there—but Kyoto Protocol has a sound that is also completely its own.
A Trashpedia, a model tiger made out of 101 types of recycled materials and how we as a consumerist society can work towards making better purchases and getting rid of our waste.
Clothes play a more sinister and ponderous role in the film than just wistfully outlining the slender contours of Mrs Chan’s loneliness.
Would these women have been given the right tools to unlock their fullest potential had they remained in Malaysia?
Every so often, the connection happens naturally. Some other times, it requires a couple of tries. You yearn for some sort of spark wherein attempts at peace, laughter and solace oscillate. In an instant, Fugo’s “As Long As We Stay” featuring Heidi Moru offers a real visceral punch. The smooth marriage of voices creates a…
It had been a whole year since I had stepped into the field and done proper journalistic reviews, and I was excited to finally step into my element, once again resuming interviews in the flesh after conducting them behind a screen for a whole year.
Baka Dari Sains + Magic is one person's revision in accepting and embracing the facts and their position in the face of the unforgiving, inescapable larger scale of existence.