1. Frau (Leilani Hermiasih)
This amazing composer uses a digital piano to match her unforgettable vocals.
2. Neonomora (Ratih Suryahutamy)
She mixes today’s music with her 1930s, jazz-like voice, creating Indonesia’s first folk rock sound.
3. Aurette and The Polska Seeking Carnival
This is the type of music that’d be playing at a carnival somewhere in France, and it just makes you smile.
4. Answer Sheet
They’re a ukulele band (yes, a ukulele band) that met in high school. Enough said.
Glovves is taking R&B to the next level, with their whispery vocals, rhythmical beats, and cold guitar melodies.
This psychedelic rock band was partially inspired by Sigmund Freud. Yeah.
7. Banda Neira
Claiming “nelangsa-riang” as their genre, their innocently poetic lyrics are paired with folk-popish tunes.
8. Mr. Sonjaya
Since 2009, they’ve covered everything from swing-jazz to ballads to blues in ways that creatively addressed Indonesia’s political system.
9. Nada Fiksi
Nada Fiksi’s acoustic music is “comforting chaos”, covering every emotion in a single song.
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