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Irman Hilmi

Designer — Malaysia

What music defines the teenage you?
British indie rock, specifically when it began to crossover with skateboarding with bands like EMF and Jesus Jones.

A song from your favourite album?
'Seagull' from Ride’s ‘Nowhere’ album.

Best song to turn up loud?
‘Unbelievable’ by EMF.

What new music are you listening to?
Sora Tob Sakana. J-Pop + Math rock! Genius.

What are you working on at the moment?
Working on a new band, still in the songwriting process. Also building and flying FPV quadcopters. Ultimately I am still looking for the next creative project I can sink my teeth into.

'Song For My Father' by Horace Silver.
Historically this is the song that inspired Mulatu Astatke’s Ethiopian Jazz scene, which I am a big fan of

'The Chairman’s Intent' by Action Bronson.
Rhymes over samples of Onuma Singsiri's 'Mae Kha Som Tam'. Genius.

'Koukoku No Machi' by Sora Tob Sakana.
This is what happens when you think outside of the box when it comes to commercial, pop music.

'Africa' by Weezer.
It’s Weezer doing Toto!

'The Rover' by Interpol.
Because when Interpol releases new music it’s always an event.

'Innocence' by Seba, Physics.
There is always room for drum N bass for me, especially new and good drum N bass.

'Up All Night' by John B.
The track that defined those late, junglist nights in the early 2000s.

'Can’t Do Without You' by Caribou.
My pick-me-up track for the past 2 years. Never fails.

What music defines the teenage you?
British indie rock, specifically when it began to crossover with skateboarding with bands like EMF and Jesus Jones.

A song from your favourite album?
'Seagull' from Ride’s ‘Nowhere’ album.

Best song to turn up loud?
‘Unbelievable’ by EMF.

What new music are you listening to?
Sora Tob Sakana. J-Pop + Math rock! Genius.

What are you working on at the moment?
Working on a new band, still in the songwriting process. Also building and flying FPV quadcopters. Ultimately I am still looking for the next creative project I can sink my teeth into.

'Song For My Father' by Horace Silver.
Historically this is the song that inspired Mulatu Astatke’s Ethiopian Jazz scene, which I am a big fan of

'The Chairman’s Intent' by Action Bronson.
Rhymes over samples of Onuma Singsiri's 'Mae Kha Som Tam'. Genius.

'Koukoku No Machi' by Sora Tob Sakana.
This is what happens when you think outside of the box when it comes to commercial, pop music.

'Africa' by Weezer.
It’s Weezer doing Toto!

'The Rover' by Interpol.
Because when Interpol releases new music it’s always an event.

'Innocence' by Seba, Physics.
There is always room for drum N bass for me, especially new and good drum N bass.

'Up All Night' by John B.
The track that defined those late, junglist nights in the early 2000s.

'Can’t Do Without You' by Caribou.
My pick-me-up track for the past 2 years. Never fails.