Category: MUSIC: Reviews

Album Review: sub:shaman “Apnea”

sub:shaman’s Apnea would probably be the soundtrack of your weird and unexplainable dream if you were to have one. Evident to the music video of their first single, “A-Hole”, it documents the story (or should I say ‘dreams’) of an…

Album Review: Subsonic Eye “Strawberry Feels”

Is music bound to mature over time, like characters within a novel do? Witnessing to Subsonic Eye’s almost celestial opening for Yuck a couple months ago, there is growing evidence that there’s truth in that question. Also if we’re to…

Exclusive EP Stream: “Primordial” by Permanence

One of the many objectives of ATMOS as a collective is to provide a platform for new bands to showcase their work to people who genuinely find pleasure discovering talent in genres such as “post-rock”. Ever since ATMOS was birthed,…

Live Review: The fin. at Millian

For someone who has never been to Millian before, I was quite impressed with the venue. Where the show is being held at does play a part – albeit a minor one – to how the show will turn out….

Symmetry Entertainment Explosions In The Sky

Live Review: Explosions In The Sky at The Coliseum

It’s imperative to start off this review with a short personal opinion on the appeal of instrumental music. With the absence of lyrics, it is entirely up to an individual to dictate how an instrumental track is conveyed to them. And that’s exactly…

Exclusive Stream: Bumi Retak | A R A J U A

Our TROPOS series alumni from TROPOS 1.0, A R A J U A have captured the hearts of many with their atmospheric soundscape and ambient subtleties. On 21 January 2017, they will be releasing “Part One” of their EP, The World As…

Album Review: Tom’s Story “Self-titled”

Playful, euphorically erratic though prone to bouts of introspection. Chill, I’m not reliving your teenage youth. That ship has sailed m’boy! No, those exact words are actually a pretty apt description of Tom’s Story. Tuning in to their sound feels…

Album Review: Knightingale “God Damn Youth”

Let’s just start with me telling it like it is; THIS ALBUM IS NOT FOR TEENYBOPPERS AND/OR ANYONE WHOSE LOOKING FOR THE NEXT FLAVOUR OF THE WEEK. God Damn Youth is a self-produced debut album by local garage/punk trio, Knightingale. The…