The city’s best-loved drum’n’bass crew on hong kong’s enduring fascination with hard beats
Far north in the land of the Khans, indigenous hip-hop is becoming the voice of a new generation of Mongolians.
Hong Kong’s kids are using their classical music training to explore the complexity of that most misunderstood of genres: Heavy Metal.
Jon Maloney probes clockenflap’s founders about the history and the future of festivals in Hong Kong.
From Afro-futurism to dreams of interplanetary voyages, From the clatter of industrial machinery to the drone of the factor floor Oliver Clasper explores the birth of Techno.
The uk drew on techno from the us to create their own unique sounds: first rave, then hardcore and finally drum’n’bass.
From its inception in Chicago in the early 1980s, House music has since gone on to take over the world and transform the culture of clubbing. In the first of our in-depth reports dance genres, Oliver Clasper explores House’s early beginnings.
Hong Kong’s art scene may seem to be all about art basel and cocktail receptions, but lurking not too far below the surface is a thriving, and young, street art movement.
Lauren Vincent delves into the life and times of the puppet-master of popular music.