Feisty heartbreaks, stratospheric-bedroom feelings, and 80’s inspired ballads personified; this is Pastel Lite. Today we bring you Malaysia’s electro duo darlings Eff Hakim and Muhd Faliq to talk about their album Balada, their rollercoaster journey as a band (sometimes involving fire), as well as the pumping innovation behind their music!
Synesthesia is a condition where a person’s senses are mixed up in a way that the stimulation of one senses lead to the sense impression of another. People with synesthesia, or synesthetes, are able to either ‘see’ music, ‘hear’ colours’, and more! (and sometimes even all of the above). Synesthesia then, is the perfect title for a record whose approach fusion is a wholesome endeavour of appreciation and experimentation, instead of an empty marriage of sound.
Fazz is a musical-pop outfit from Kuala Lumpur who’s currently on their third tour in Japan and are back with their second album titled “Passage”. Exuberant, sophisticated, yet fundamentally based on fun, Fazz has put on marvelous shows for the past 3 weeks; from Chiba to Yokohama, Kyoto, Osaka, Kobe, and Tokyo.
Far, far away from home and now based in New York City; is KL born and bred Hameer Zawawi. After an extensive journey where he toured through Europe and in the US, Hameer puts together a three-piece EP entitled “Plug Out The Machines” that had two tracks produced by NYC-based Recording Artists Development (RAD) and a track that was produced earlier by Ashwin Gobinath (Leader of the KL band, Nadir) and was mixed by Alvin Wee (a Malaysian engineer at Amplitone Productions, Los Angeles) who also worked with his brother Rendra Zawawi on various projects including Ola Bola’s “Arena Cahaya” and for the SEA Games’ “Together We [...]