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    Driving ambition

    B Magazine, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 13/10/2019

    » Brisbane-born singer-songwriter and rapper Grace Shaw is not afraid to dream big. "Anything is possible if you just say that you're going to do it. That's honestly such a lifehack," she said recently in an interview with Fader. Shaw, who performs as Mallrat, went on to mention that she hopes to one day write songs for artists like Rihanna, Beyoncé and Camila Cabello. Her aspirations may sound rather ambitious, especially for a relatively new talent. But looking at the 21-year-old's resume, which includes two solid EP releases, a tour with fellow Aussie rapper Allday and opening for Post Malone, you can't help but wonder that she might be on to something.

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    A night at the west end

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 11/10/2019

    » For anyone who loves musicals, Les Misérables and The Phantom Of The Opera are names you're probably acquainted with. You would also know that the West End productions of these musicals are no joke.

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    The S.L.P. Experience

    B Magazine, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 15/09/2019

    » When Sergio Lorenzo Pizzorno came out with his first solo single, Favourites, back in June, we were pleasantly surprised. The song, an unlikely collaboration with UK rapper Little Simz, gave us an early glimpse into what could be expected from Pizzorno's solo project -- a whole lot of wacky swagger coated with a good amount of sonic experimentation. Listening to it closely, you can easily detect that indie impishness of his band Kasabian as well as the genre-hopping tendencies of Gorillaz. It's an impressive balancing act of breakbeat backdrop and funky basslines that sounds entirely new and familiar all at once.

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    Fight The Fear

    B Magazine, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 01/09/2019

    » In his 1818 poem When I Have Fears, English Romantic poet John Keats talks about death anxiety, touching upon all of the things he wouldn't be able to achieve and/or experience before his demise. This universal fear has continued to resonate today, especially in the age where fear of missing out is constantly triggered by social media and unrelenting hyperconnectivity. The poem, too, has struck a chord with rising Dublin five-piece The Murder Capital and gone on to inspire their eponymous debut studio album rooted firmly in art-rock and post-punk traditions.

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    Artist's dreams come to fruition

    News, Nauvarat Suksamran, Published on 10/08/2019

    » Following one's dream entails the risk that there may not be success waiting down the road.

  • News & article

    Continuing the Korean craze

    Life, Published on 07/10/2019

    » The impact of Koran Wave is undeniable -- it has taken over the world. From entertainment, travel and food to fashion and even medical treatment, aspects of K-culture have seeped into and taken root in our lifestyle almost unknowingly through popular romantic series and catchy music.

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    Director promises dank thrills in cave boys rescue saga

    Associated Press, Published on 30/09/2019

    » Their story gripped the world: determined divers racing against time and water to rescue 12 boys and their football coach trapped for more than two weeks in a flooded cave deep inside a Chiang Rai mountain.

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    Ingeniously designed products

    Life, Published on 17/09/2019

    » People with disabilities, the underprivileged and children with special needs are given a platform to showcase their hidden talents at Made By Beautiful People, a new area in Iconcraft dedicated to showcase products designed by them.

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    Cool Pattani

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 06/09/2019

    » Last weekend, along an old street in Pattani, skater boys and Lambretta riders were hanging out with poets and activists. As the rain let up and the night cooled, jazz musicians hummed and strummed, while a DJ was spinning upbeat music next to a digitally-mapped, fashionably-faded brick wall.

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    National Artist MR Thanadsri Svasti passes away

    Published on 27/08/2019

    » National Artist and highly esteemed culinary guru MR Thanadsri Svasti passed away on Tuesday at the age of 93.

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