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This episode our two hosts say goodbye to the great Baba, congratulate Saladin for their international Emmy nod,
This week Amelia and Khai interview uber-guitarist Az Samad and talk about his use of social media to write his new album ‘Our Voice’, his experiences overseas studying music and performing in San Francisco and how the hell he plays guitar so damn good.
Once Upon a Time The Was A Sausage Named Bob’ consists of vocalist Esty Richards, Jared Lee and his brother Lee Wei Chen, Anthony JC Lam. They’ve been nice to answer some of our questions in an exclusive interview.
It’s the first week of WAMMcast so here’s a double dose of local goodness for your ear buds – episode two is up and live featuring an in-depth interview with acclaimed singer-songwriter and executive producer of such projects as ‘Undilah’, ’15 Malaysia’ and ‘Here In My Home’ together with the director of ‘Undilah’ and 15Malaysia’s ‘Meter’, Benji Lim!
ht, folks – WeAreMalaysianMade has a podcast, thanks in no part to Khairil M. Bahar a.k.a. Khai’s fascination of all things Kevin Smith and his desperate desire to emulate the man in any way, shape or form.
Controversial local musician Wee Meng Chee, better known as Namewee, can now call himself a filmmaker with the completion of his first movie Nasi Lemak 2.0.
BUNOHAN which is set to be screened at the 36th Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) happening from the 8th to 18th September 2011, has secured Universal Pictures to distribute the film in UK, France, Germany, Australia and New Zealand.
On the morning of Saturday 13th August 2011, WAMM had the opportunity to speak to Kelvin Wong, a Director-in-Residence at…
Joshua Chong writes on the Malaysian premiere of Alfian Saat’s new play, Parah, presented by the Instant Cafe Theatre.
As a self-confessed fan of musicals, I did not hesitate to book a ticket and spread the word when I found out local production company Pan Productions was putting on, in their own words, ‘one of the icons of musical theatre’, Kander & Ebb’s multi-award wining Cabaret at KLPAC’s Pentas 2. It’s not often that Malaysians get to watch Broadway musicals and a local production is, to my limited knowledge, unprecedented. My hope, excitement and expectations were sky-high.