On their debut album, Taiwanese duo Our Shame expands their sound, but keep the focus on soul.
Mixing anything from bossa nova, jazz, hip hop to traditional folk and Shibuya-Kei, Baku Furukawa offers us an eclectic soundtrack to our summer trips.
Debut album from Taiwanese electronic producer Oberka is full of fascinating ideas.
Chinese indie / dream / noise pop at its best.
I am here to ask you to place an empathetic ear to the ground to listen to the sound of collapse.
Mix of post-punk, electronica, and psychedelic music from Beijing’s Absolute Purity.
After singing as heroine in Mamoru Hosoda’s animated film “Belle“, promising singer-songwriter Kaho Nakamura (中村佳穂) shared her third full-length effort “NIA”.
betcover!!, a solo project of Jiro Yanase from Tokyo, might be the Japanese equivalent of King Krule.
Math rock, chill out, and even hip-hop flavored jazz from Chengdu.
Japanese folk meets elements of post-rock and improvisations on Yuta Orisaka’s third album “Shinri” (心理), which means “State of mind”.