THE PREAMBLE Mike and I don’t operate on Sabah Time. So we were at Detecke Sabah Institute of Art in … More
Then – from his debut album My Tribal Roots, Atama did “Can’t Stop The Sumazau”, and the whole place erupted. Everyone stood up, doing the Sumazau, mating calls filled the air. I turned round and saw Jon Tse’s young videoman, Sam Vun, in the middle of a happy, rowdy crowd, arms outstretched like the wings of a bird. It was completely awesome.
I had not played with Suhaimie Jamli before, not even in a rehearsal! I heard his beautiful shimmering cymbals behind … More
Passion and creativity in a label “We didn’t write ‘Forget Not‘ for a competition,” explained Jessel Yansalang, one half of … More
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Jessel Yansalang and Chris Pereira aka Decipher were interviewed on 8tv, having won the Malaysia Merdeka Song Competition organised by … More
Sabahans Jessel Yansalang and Chris Pereira aka “Decipher” have won the Malaysia Merdeka Song organised by Homegrown this year. “Didn’t expect … More
Interviewing Jessel was just so much fun, I thought I would add a soundbite here. It’s mostly things not included … More
Head of Academic, Sabah Institute of Art Music has its science, and it takes talented people to understand it, and … More
“All Saints school, that’s where my music career started, actually.” Zulkhaliff bin Mohammad, drummer for Kayu, SIA Jazz Syndicate and 1912.
Young and talented drummer Zul believes studying at All Saints in KK was pivotal to his life in music. “All the students were really into music. That was the thing at All Saints. Everyone wanted to be in a good band.”