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NEWS: GREY DAZE by Hanie Soraya

On Chester Bennington and the reunion of Grey Daze. Words by Hanie Soraya 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…

through the looking glass: shelhiel by Pravin Nair

Since you have been at home lately, it’s impossible to say that you have not been entertained by Tiktok content. A prominent challenge that has surfaced on the app happens to be the #SUPALONELYCHALLENGE to 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.

AT HOME WITH CHARLIE LIM

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 up coming single, Hummingbird.

BENEE by Natasha Pea

Since you have been at home lately, it’s impossible to say that you have not been entertained by Tiktok content. A prominent challenge that has surfaced on the app happens to be the #SUPALONELYCHALLENGE to 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 by Yasmine Lazuli

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. Transcending and calm, grounding and chaotic. Both these bands debuted into the Malaysian music scene around the same time within the first 6 months of 2018 and have been active with their own progress together, and individually since. On Saturday, February 22nd, I attended Down To Riot! at Panggung Asia and sat down with the members of Senja and TimeMachine in a cold room among music equipments and paper plate pasta to talk process, progress and being in the scene wearing dresses.

ONAR-RONA SEORANG OMAR BY YASMINE LAZULI

The title of my article is Onar-Rona Seorang Omar, as Onar means the uproar/riot while rona means the colour tones of one Omar Apollo. Within minutes of warming up to each others’ presence, we managed to have a conversation and exchange questions to both learn the human experience better and accept, understand one’s purpose in creating work and embracing vulnerability.
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