Detonate

Bassment Syndicate: Out of the Basement

Bassment Syndicate’s fangirl, Naj Frusciante, gushes about the band in preparation for their Future Music Festival Asia 2014 performance.

Review

Nils Frahm: Spaces

Both conceptual (in the incorporation of audience and ambient sounds) and not highfalutin (the longest, loudest track is titled ‘For – Peter – Toilet Brushes – More’) it’s neo-classical minimalist musique concrète that’s quite a quiet delight for the senses.

Contests

Win a Pair of Passes to Upfront Arena Pres. Foals

Yep. JUICE’s got that many tickets to best concerts to spare.

News

How to Survive a 3-Day Festival

Listicles are the bane of our existence, but here’s one on how to survive FMFA2014’s 3 days’ worth of revelry

Features

Laugh, Love & Drink!: Help Make a Revolution

This month, JUICE looks at 3 movements whose existence was born from the restriction put on their personal freedom. To quote Marxist rap group The Coup, we are here to “laugh, love, f*ck, and drink liquor; and help make a revolution!”

Features

The Children of TAG

The children of Twilight Actiongirl speak.

Last Word

Fahmi Fadzil: Mer-De-Ka!

How you should celebrate Malaysia’s Independence Day.

Interview

The Horrors: Sky High

Before The Horrors arrive for Laneway Festival, we got on a phone with guitarist (and birthday boy!) Joshua Hayward, who illuminates the band’s skyscraping agenda.

Features

10 Moments From The ’90s Till Now That Defined Local Music

JUICE charts the 10 revolutionary moments in music and the music freedom fighters that went to the line.