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    Indie sensation Joan to perform on Wednesday

    Life, Published on 11/09/2023

    » Joan, an American indie pop duo who impressed Thai fans with romantic songs and sparked 90s nostalgia at the Very Festival in Bangkok for two years, will give their first full-scale concert at Lido Connect, Rama I Road, on Wednesday at 8pm.

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    Kenyan sensation Kuria to perform at Lido Connect

    Life, Published on 25/05/2023

    » Christian Kuria, a multi-talented musician from Kenya, will give a Bangkok debut concert at Lido Connect, Rama I Road, on May 31 starting at 7pm.

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    Can't wait for the encore

    Life, Tatat Bunnag, Published on 20/12/2022

    » In 2022 the entertainment industries inched closer to pre-pandemic levels. It has also been quite an eventful year for live music, especially in Thailand, where concerts, festivals and parades of amazing international acts were marching back to the country. As the New Year is here, let's take a look back at some of the highs and lows of music happenings in the world this year, and see what are some of the interesting shows we should look forward to in 2023.

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    Johnny Stimson to perform at Lido Connect

    Life, Published on 23/11/2022

    » American singer-songwriter Johnny Stimson will be in town for his first gig in Bangkok at Lido Connect Hall 3, Rama I Road, on Dec 9 at 8pm.

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    Mango sticky rice-eating Milli drops album on YouTube

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 22/11/2022

    » In the middle of November, Danupha "Milli" Khanatheerakul, a Thai rapping sensation, released her 10-track album Babb Bum Bum (Extravagant) on YouTube. Most people recognise Milli as the singer who caused mango sticky rice sales to surge after she ate the dessert onstage at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in the US. Babb Bum Bum proves that this 20-year-old rapper is not famous by chance. Milli is a versatile performer who works hard to achieve her goal.

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    Justin Timberlake sells song catalogue to Hipgnosis

    Life, Published on 30/05/2022

    » Justin Timberlake has sold the rights to his songs including hits such as Cry Me A River and Rock Your Body to Hipgnosis Song Management, the latest pop star to cash in on his body of work in the red-hot market for music streaming.

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    Meaningful Music

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 20/05/2022

    » Hip-hop group Thaitanium made a "comeback" with a song called Por Mueng (I'm Your Dad) earlier this week. I put a quotation there because the song has been met with harsh backfire as its lyrics, which are both in Thai and English, contains explicit lines, which can be construed as misogynistic and condescending towards the younger generation of hip-hop artists.

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    New kids on the block

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 18/04/2022

    » Girl group Wish Me is unique in many ways. First, unlike many all-girl bands that have a lot of members, Wish Me only has four — Wachariya 'Sprite' Jarupungomon, Minyada 'Fahsai' Boonsup, Thanaporn 'Puyfai' Suriyakham and Wachiraya 'Baifern' Gaeovong.

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    Top of the (T)-Pops

    Guru, Suthivas Tanphaibul, Published on 18/03/2022

    » Taking most of the limelight in the Asian music industry is the K-Pop wave or Korea pop music. The genre has successfully connected people who are poles apart in origins while also shedding light on non-Western music and pop culture. Thai pop music, in particular, has flown under the radar for quite some time, with only a few names appearing on and off on global stages. However, with the power of social media, T-pop has become a rising tide during the last couple of years. Guru presents a quick look at up-and-coming Thai pop artists along with quick interviews with them.

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    Saying goodbye to cultural giants

    Life, John Clewley, Published on 18/01/2022

    » The world of Thai country music (pleng luk thung) was reeling from news of the death of luk thung legend and National Artist Waipoj Phetsupan last Wednesday. Waipoj, 79, was one of the Big Four central Thai luk thung stars -- Chaichana Boonachote, Chai Muang Singh and Kwanjit Sriprachan, all National Artists, are the others -- all of whom are masters of all the central folk styles.

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