Globetrotter met pioneering rap duo, Show Dem Camp, at their home in Lagos, where they talk making music about living in the present-time Nigeria.
Globetrotter speaks to rising Israeli electronic duo Red Axes about their culture-bridging “Trips” project and their Vietnam-inspired EP.
Aiming to educate, Malaysia-based DJ collective Public School makes music accessible through inclusive parties and an open-for-all creative space.
Motivated by his health conditions, the Philippines’ Caliph8 deconstructs and rebuilds tracks from different genres to get people out of their comfort zones.
Our Variations in Sound series continues with Diskoria Selekta, the DJ duo who makes classic Indonesian disco cool again.
We continue our search for Southeast Asia’s music prodigies with Malaysia’s singer/songwriter and Yuna’s protégé, Bil Musa.
In the Part 2 of our Variations in Sound series, we continue our talk with another Southeast Asian music prodigy: Random Brothers by Blood, the modular synth connoisseur from Indonesia.
In this ongoing series, Globetrotter talks to Southeast Asian music prodigies we think you should know. A representative of Jakarta's electronic music scene, indie label Divisi 62 is our first prodigy.
The band creates yet another world-class track with their brilliantly makeshift, ear to the street-style instruments.
A documentary project aims to eliminate boundaries by setting up "musical blind dates" between artists from different countries.