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Reuby: A Gem Unearthed
Singer-songwriter Reuby spoke to UrbanWire about polishing his music to become what he is today – a musical gem
Benjamin Kheng: Singapore’s Romeo goes to the Army
From ex-national swimmer to singer-songwriter and stage actor, how does the multi-talented Benjamin Kheng do it?
The Click Five: Still as Friendly as Ever
The UrbanWire snuggled up with The Click Five in K-Box at *SCAPE for a casual chat.
Orianthi: The Maiden behind The Fretboard
She may have released a hit single that debuted at 8th in her home country, Australia, but Orianthi Panagaris still prefers jamming on her guitar to singing.
Monochrome: Certainly Not Dull
UrbanWire catches up with Monochrome, a local band due to perform at YOG and for National Day, to talk about their journey as musicians.
Hail The Villain: The Amalgamation of Rock and Metal
Canadian metal band Hail The Villain will be rocking Fort Canning on August 5 with their energetic live performances. The UrbanWire caught up with lead singer Bryan Crouch on what we can expect from the promising band.
Taufik Batisah Reclaims Centre Stage
The former Singapore Idol will star in the upcoming musical, Fried Rice Paradise. The UrbanWire caught up with Taufik on what can we expect from him.
Keep Calm and Carry on Singapore
The band from Wales are back, and this time its’s not only for the Tiger Beer. The UrbanWire caught up with Stereophonics for a few questions. Read the full interview here.
Upcoming Predators movie
Catch highlights of the interview with Predators producer Roger Rodriguez, and the worldwide premiere of its trailer.
Perfect Joy Pill
If laughter is the best medicine, then popular local comedian Hossan Leong will be the perfect happy pill. A performer, actor, standup comedian and
The Skinny on Selena
As she reclined Cleopatra-like on her poolside divan, the larger-than-life Dim Sum Dollies star muses that she can be likened to a bamboo plant. “I like the bamboo because it’s sturdy and strong,” the 37-year-old theatre director-performer quietly says when asked...
Mark & his Markings
Mention the name Mark Lee to most teenagers today, and their reaction will most likely be a less-than-impressed shriek, as the image of a scrawny chatty man with a pockmarked face comes to mind.