Back in the late ‘90s, folks experimenting with electronic music tried to get the feel just right.
BANGKOK — A policeman, civil servant, doctor and businessman took the stage in heavy grease paint to represent the assimilation of Thailand’s Chinese immigrants in traditional opera Monday night at the Sanam Luang.
BANGKOK — A collaborative international performance is returning to haunt a Bangkok stage.
BANGKOK — Believe it or not, there’s more to watch next month than “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.”
BANGKOK — Night owls go to the Malaysia Hotel for its khao tom or to continue drinking at dawn after tiptoeing out of nearby Wong’s. Gay travelers have known it as an affordable place to stay and pick up young Thai men.
BANGKOK — The brutality experienced by black Americans and other ethnic minorities in the United States during their fight for social equality will be revisited in a documentary showing Monday.
Arnaud Bernard, aka Onra, has released seven albums and a string of singles and EPs, earning him a reputation for beats that draw inspiration from ‘80s funk, jazz and most recently – retro Chinese music.
BANGKOK — The royal crematorium exhibit may be open to the public longer than planned.
BANGKOK — Ebenezer Scrooge and Tiny Tim are coming to Bangkok with their timeless tale of greed, regret and redemption.
Independent artists are shaking up the Thai music landscape which has long been dominated by two corporate labels. This short film leaps onto the stage and gets face-to-face with some of the musicians taking their sounds out of the capital and across the country.