MP3 Monday pays homage to five years of imported house music with tracks from Valentino Kanzyani, James Murphy, Chez Damier and more.
What you do when going out is "part of your job". A look inside the weekend of an ICS talk show host. Introducing Alison Watts of Culture Matters
Talking with the women behind the first ever Shanghai Ladyfest, coming up this Saturday, March 8th at Uptown Records.
Singapore seafood institution Jumbo has a branch in IAPM now. We came, we saw, we ate crabs. We liked it. Here's why.
Carsick Cars return to Shanghai behind their latest album 3. SmSh catches up with the CsC frontman ahead of their show this Friday.
This month: truffly goodness at 8 1/2, classic dim sum in the Grand Hyatt, eggs in excess at La Cocina and cheap eats at Mr Pancake House.
After an extended CNY sabbatical, The Agenda is back. Herein lies your little black book of stuff to see, eat, drink and do for the month of March.
A quick chat with the Second Chance Animal Aid about how you can fill that gaping void in your life with a cute and cuddly puppy or kitten.
Sacco lets you know what's good with the JUE music and art festival that's taking over Shanghai for the next three weeks.
Reggae tunes to warm your soul as Tippa Irie comes down for a session at The Shelter with the Heavy Hong Kong crew. Chill MP3s inside.
Check it out. We've given "Cook It" a redesign. Chef Pol Garcia of El Patio is here to christen it with a favorite recipe from his Basque homeland.
Ahead of Arkham's one-year anniversary shaker this Saturday, here's club manager R3 with some tracks and good memories...
Rainy Shanghai days don't have to mean lethargy and depression. Here's ten ways to cope with the xia yu get you through the wet days
Getting our communities in unity with a brand new column on organizations, groups, clubs and the like. To kick it all off we bring you Les-in-SH
A look at Shanghai-based visual artist Li Xiaofei's exploration of the crushing, dehumanizing machinery of industry and globalization...
"Back home there's a guy, as there always is. But we have a history... and I keep thinking about him." Why long distance is the wrong distance...
Fresh tunes by Chinese indie-rock bands Jia Huizhen, Carsick Cars, and Duck Fight Goose, plus some big shows coming up at Yuyinting.
Just a typical weekend for the man who pours your beers and ruptures your eardrums at Inferno: Here is Martin Aamodt's weekend.
Went to an old arcade to talk with MC Gita about the new wave of hip hop, anime, delis, and Shanghai's future as a music city.
Easy and accessible, yet still surprisingly exotic. This historic Yunnan town is the perfect destination for a long weekend getaway...