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Good Art. Bad Art.

Kam Raslan | Azmyl Yunor | Fikri Fadzil

24-Mar-18 17:00

Good Art. Bad Art.

Our food for thought this week ranges from pop music critique to the death of idealism. Kam sets the tone by making known his dislike for a certain singer's music, but considers that cultural tastes are merely relative. Drawing from parenting experience, Azmyl digs into nursery rhymes as mainly a series of musical hooks to reel children in, with sometimes borderline grotesque videos to boot. Fikri entertains the idea of letting go of the idealist self and accepting some of the world as it is, a sentiment evoked by P Ramlee's film 'Ibu Mertuaku'.

Produced by: Ali Johan

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Tags:  A Bit Of Culturecultural relativismEd Sheerannursery rhymeschildren entertainmentP RamleeIbu Mertuakuidealismcultureartpop music

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