Taking a look at the artists emerging from Thailand, Thai trends taking off across Asia and updates on K-Pop and J-Pop events in the region!
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Thailand Calling

6 Oct 2016 - 6:52 PM  UPDATED 6 Oct 2016 - 6:52 PM

Thailand: Land of Smiles, beaches and spicy food but also home to a thriving music scene that is gaining presence internationally. Thailand is calling! Could T-Pop be the next big thing?

Let's see what's happening...(Listen below or keep on reading)

Have you heard about Slot Machine - the Thai rock band taking on the world?

Starting as a high-school rock band, Slot Machine are now three-time MTV EMA award nominees. Following huge success at home, the band have set their sites on the world with their first English album Spin The World being released.

They're currently touring Asia (recently sharing a stage with the Chili Peppers at Fuji Rock Festival) They have dates planned for America, Europe and Australia in the new year too!

EXO's tickets SOLD OUT for both days of their Bangkok show in less than 10 minutes

Exo were back in Thailand for their third concert in Bangkok, with Exo Planet #3 - The Exor'Dium in September. Their show was said to be the biggest concert of the year with an extraordinary production from the nine boys.

Tickets for the Bangkok show sold out in less than 10 minutes for both days! Exo’s previous concerts in Bangkok also sold out in minutes. They're popular!!

DAY6 released their new album DAYDREAM with a surprise Thailand Edition

After a great show in Bangkok in July, DAY6 have released their newest album DAYDREAM as a special Thailand Edition. It looks amazing!

NAM JOO HYUK is hosting his '1st Fan Party' in Bangkok

The South Korean model and actor NAM JOO HYUK met his Thai fans during his 1st Fan Party in Bangkok in September. Many happy fans here!

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