Coming back in time to the ’60s, betcover!! restores Japanese folk, garage rock, and psychedelic rock with the sensibility of modern indie rock, hip-hop, jazz and global music.
Chinese newcomers Wachi (蛙池) combine rock with ethnic music and folk songs, with vocal melodies that roam freely.
On his new album “Sakana＝Sakana” (“Fish=Fish”), singer-songwriter Tokutaro Hosoi plays stylish pop songs, noise, and improvisation at the same time!
miaou’s latest effort – along with the new album by Cornelius – are my favorite electronic albums of the year so far.
Every raindrop has a thunderous sound – says Chinese psychedelic group Fishy Tale, whose debut EP will take hold of your psyche.
Mixing global and local influences, Pakistani singer-songwriter Natasha Humera Ejaz manifests the breadth of her inspirations – and her talents.
Short story from Chinese noise rockers ReJianBeiShaShou with each chapter told in a different pose.
Blending mathematical approach with a joyous and carefree feel, Filipino guitar architect Gabba finally presents his debut solo album “Recollections”.
Kaneko Ayano’s alternative folk-rock is like a mirror reflecting who we are.
One of Shanghai’s most delightfully strange and beguiling acts, Canned Dream returns with a new album “Family” (家庭).