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    Goodwill hunting

    Muse, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 23/07/2016

    » 'My life is quite good and happy," said Chalatit Tantiwut when we met on a recent afternoon at a coffee shop in Bangkok. The singer -- known by his nickname Ben -- arrived from a voice lesson. A secret to success, perhaps. Learning and improving one's skills never stops, even when you're already a superstar.


    Making sound waves in a man's world

    Muse, Pimchanok Phungbun Na Ayudhya, Published on 09/07/2016

    » 'When I work, I don't feel gender differences," said sound engineer Promsorn Riewpakorn, owner/managing director of Studio28, a top-notch recording studio in Bangkok, about being a rare bird in the male-dominated field.


    Heartbreak & Happiness

    Muse, Onsiri Pravattiyagul, Published on 18/05/2013

    » It's hard to admit, but we all have experienced lovelorn moments. As much as we want to deny it, we've done the heartbreak routines. From internet stalking to binge eating, love lost can be cured by the tiniest peculiarity, and one of those purging methods is none other than banging your head along to slow, heart-wrenching songs while wailing every word - tortuously, painfully off key.


    Funky night with Burin in Pattaya

    Muse, Published on 18/02/2012

    » Thailand's godfather of disco and funk, Burin Boonvisut, will perform live together with the Old School All Stars at Hard Rock Hotel Pattaya's The Soul Lounge. They will be going through originals as well as classics - all with the definitive soulful-funky-disco-boogie vibe that has made him a star performer in Bangkok and beyond. Burin is former lead vocalist of Groove Riders and his solo album Gran Turismo was one of the hottest music projects in Thailand in recent years, receiving great reviews, and popular and critical acclaim. The Old School All Stars is an 11-piece ensemble, complete with a brass and horn section and features several guests that are stars and band leaders in their own right.


    La Fete does hip hop

    Muse, Published on 25/02/2012

    » The beautiful lawns of Museum Siam will turn into a playground for music fans this afternoon when it hosts "La Fete de la Musique", a French festival inaugurated on June 21, 1982, to celebrate the first day of summer, but which since has proliferated to more than 100 countries, including Thailand.

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