ASEAM’s own Sam Cartmell recently interviewed filmmaker Olivia Wyatt about her experimental film on Moken culture and music.
Read the interview here: ‘It Took Everyone in the Region by Surprise, Yet the Moken Survived’
Watch the trailer for Sailing A Sinking Sea
Audio from the film:
No Lover To Talk To Anymore
ASEAM co-founder Sam Cartmell wrote a guest blog post for the Smithsonian Folkways UNESCO Collection of Traditional Music to mark the republishing of two Southeast Asian recordings – Thailand: The Music of Chieng Mai and Laos: Traditional Music of the South.
Read the blog post here
Chinchai Thamphila presents the Petch Phalanchai Molam Band . . .
ลำเพินเกี้ยวตำรวจตระเวนชายแดน (Border Police Flirting Lam Plearn by the Petch Phalanchai Molam Band with vocals by Phuanpraka Petchphalanchai)
ลำเพินเรียกแฟน (Calling My Lover Lam Plearn by the Petch Phalanchai Molam Band with vocals by Phimjai Petchphalanchai)
Excellent new 7″ from the Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band.
Cop it from Zudrangma Records.
Chiang Mai punk rock quartet Itchy Band predicts our future with their new EP!
Buy the Mass Extinction EP here