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    “Chris… thank God for Chris. Because you know, we had some good performances tonight – this, for me, is the only real-world performance in so much as I actually could imagine you having a hit with that record,” shared Simon Cowell following Chris Daughtry’s unique rendition of Stevie Wonder’s Higher…

    Virtual reality, in the form that we know now, is not exactly a budding technology. It has, over time, seeped into the cracks of everyday entertainment, with jaw-dropping experiences offered by several companies fluent in the VR craft. These two industry paragons are prime examples of where to go in…

    Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. – three names that were, to use a modern slang, viral in 1960s showbiz. The glitzy setting of Las Vegas was the playground for these magnetic singers, and when they merged their credentials as stars of The Rat Pack, boy did they…

    This month, Muslims around the world come together to celebrate the most important date on the Islamic calendar. Hari Raya Aidilfitri or Hari Raya Puasa (known as Eid al-Fitr throughout the world), marks the end of the holy fasting month of Ramadhan and is a joyous occasion filled with festive…

    The 2018 FIFA World Cup has arrived and with football fever sweeping across the nation, the quadrennial event is set to keep fans glued to screens as teams kick-off on the pitch. Kuala Lumpur is packed with sports bars where you can cheer-on with like-minded fans as the games play…

    The 2018 FIFA World Cup has arrived and with football fever sweeping across the nation, the quadrennial event is set to keep fans glued to screens as teams kick-off from the opening game at 11pm Malaysian time between the host Russia and Saudi Arabia. This year’s spectacle takes place in…

    ***UPDATE: EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES***We’ve all seen scary footage where a shocking apparition suddenly enters the frame with a bang, or been scare-pranked by someone who appears out of nowhere, screeching in your face. Whether the shock is anticipated or not, once that fight or flight instinct…

    It’s a story that’s full of impassioned love, unintentional deceit, detrimental jealousy, painful heartbreak and ghastly revenge. Ever since it was first performed in Paris some 177 years ago, Giselle has been engaging crowds the world over with its stirring scenes. This classic romantic ballet consists of two acts, set…

    Taking centre stage this month is a key event on the KL performing arts calendar. Now in its fifth year, the Damansara International Arts Festival 2018 (DIAF2018) has grown from humble beginnings to include a diverse range of music, dance, theatre, visual arts and performance workshops scattered across a two…

    As far as musical instruments go, the drum is pretty ubiquitous, and for good reason. In a song, its beats help to anchor the rhythm. On its own, a well-executed drum solo or drumline make for great listening. A steady peal is also often used to dictate the flow of…