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Into the wild.
This year’s first new song from indie-pop trio Safeplanet reminds us why we love them – and we can’t wait for their full-length album.
Dream pop from Thailand? Check out the up-and-coming – though in their very own slow pace – guitar trio Plasui Plasui.
If there’s a band that truly believes in quality rather than quantity, that must be Thailand’s alternative trio Safeplanet.
We heard this song first late 2016, but only recently it received an official video which is as blurry as the Bangkok-based quintet’s psychedelic version of shoegaze / rock / alternative.
A true hymn from the Bangkok-based collective, “Sunlight” is a single from their just-released second album “I Miss You“.
New single from one of Thailand’s most intriguing electronic artist seems like just a promise of more material to come, but what a promise it is.
Last year, Chiang Mai-based group Inthanoo (อินธนูและพู่ถุงเท้า) released their full-length “Long Way Down“.
One of Thailand’s most acclaimed rock bands, Greasy Cafe’ tell us about their just-released new album “Technicolor”.
“Alright” is a modern club track produced by Orbital XX, a duo of Kompij Petai (synths & computers) and Natchanon Kamkeaw (guitar).