Spring 2014 Songs by Center for SEA Studies on Grooveshark
We opened our 2014 music program with a 2013 Anugerah Industri Muzik Malaysia best pop song, Lelaki, from the pop sensation Yuna.
CSEAS features a sweet pop tune, “Salahkah Aku,” from Fakhrul Razi (Brunei Darussalam).
Ego Lemos composed the title song for the movie “Balibo,” and is also an important environmental activist/scholar from Timor-Leste.
Ưng Hoàng Phúc is a popular Vietnamese pop singer, model, and musician known for his good looks and easily comprehensible lyrics.
Analog Girl is one of TIME magazine top 5 artists to watch in 2008 who is still creating amazing tunes.
CSEAS features the pop hit, “Dance Today,” from the Khmer diva Meas Sok Sophea.
The Indonesian band formally known as Peterpan reunited in 2012 under the new name NOAH with similar rock pop hits.
CSEAS features early 1990s ska beats from the Philippines with “Manilla Girl,” by Put3ska.
CSEAS features alternative rock tunes from Harem Belle as our featured song of the week.
Aliff Aziz is an emerging Malay artist from Singapore who sings alongside Hao Ren in the featured video.
CSEAS features our first Laotian band that shares mor lam style folk music across the globe.
Enjoy the romantic ballads we feature from Vietnamese artist Phạm Quỳnh Anh.
Master chapei player Kong Nay is a Cambodian living legend and his music continues to inspire young and old.
CSEAS featured the mellow experimental ambient sounds from a Singapore duo who are also widely popular in Japan.
Listen to a new alt. rock band making waves in Indonesia with their socially conscious lyrics!
CSEAS featured a song & video from Sponge Cola’s hit album, Palabas (The Show), an allusion to the bands roots in theatre.
Summary and links to songs