We know none of us wants to go back to 2020, but the Genre Equality team wrapped up December with their top picks and heady disappointments — including top-tier fare like Wonder Woman 1984 and Soul.
This episode features Hafiiz Karim aka The Next Most Famous Artist, a digital artist who clashes figures of art history and pop culture with everyday Singaporean settings.
Dr. Angela Tan, a certified sexpert joins Something Private to talk about why some women feel ashamed for masturbating and why that needs to change.
Claude Glass is the moniker for Isa Ong, who shares the experience of working in the realm of electronic pop after years of masterful guitarwork.
This session of BEHOLD! looks back at their absolute favourites of 2020 — from the gripping drama of Never Rarely Sometimes Always to the exuberance of David Byrne’s American Utopia.
Season 2 of Future of Work, Now by Salesforce kicks off with their Chief Digital Evangelist Vala Afshar.
This month, Asian Film Archive unearths a lost Iranian cinema treasure and one of Japan’s first color jidaigekis.
Tiffany looks back at the gems of the trash year of 2020 — from films to albums to cultural highlights of Taiwan.
The first boogie night of the year with our city pop and funk commander. Come groove with us.
In this 10 Tracks, he talks about the artists that have opened his eyes to music, and the ones that showed him how making it your own way is crucial — and also why Damien Rice isn’t an artist he wants to go back to anymore.5 hours ago