Articles about Indonesia

Cor-Tek: The Quiet Giant of the Guitar Industry
The Music Trades (2015) Vol. 163, No. 6, pp. 114, 116, 118-119

 

'Shariah don't like it ...?' Punk and religion in Indonesia
Punk & Post Punk (2015) Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 29-52

Indonesia boasts one of the largest and most vibrant punk scenes on the planet today. It is also home to world's largest Muslim population. Punk and religion are usually found in antagonism with one another, but the situation is far ...

'Shariah don't like it ...?' Punk and religion in Indonesia
Punk and Post Punk (2015) Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 29-52

Indonesia boasts one of the largest and most vibrant punk scenes on the planet today. It is also home to world's largest Muslim population. Punk and religion are usually found in antagonism with one another, but the situation is far ...

From Pop-Rock to Prog-Jazz
Guitar Player (2014) Vol. 48, No. 7, pp. 28-30, 32, 35

 

Running in Circles: Performing Values in the Bandung "Do It Yourself" Hardcore Scene
British Journal of Ethnomusicology (2014) Vol. 23, No. 2, pp. 184-207

The city of Bandung, Indonesia is home to a significant hardcore punk scene; within this scene, a small community strives to uphold anti-commercial 'Do It Yourself' (DIY) principles, organising independent hardcore shows 'by the kids, for the kids'. Inspired by ...

The Genevan Psalter in Eighteenth-Century Indonesia and Sri Lanka
Eighteenth-Century Music (2014) Vol. 11, No. 2, pp. 235-255

ABSTRACT The spread of Protestant Christianity to Indonesia and Sri Lanka in the early modern period involved large-scale translation projects and, from the beginning of the eighteenth century, the publication of metrical psalms in languages spoken by local communities: Portuguese, ...