We honour the great Dolores O’Riordan with a list of our five favourite songs from The Cranberries’ discography.
Wherever you’re headed next, we break down the travel beauty products you need to get hustling anywhere, anytime.
A modern gadget with top-of-the-line features, at half the price of other flagship phones.
Press play on this track by breakout star Jasmine Sokko.
The singer-songwriter opens up to ZYRUP.
Get to know this new rock band and its quirky members.
With the 12th anniversary of the indie night looming, ZYRUP spoke to Eatmepoptart’s head honcho.
Writer-director Amanda Sthers tries to serve up a light hearted romcom in Madame, yet the film ultimately falls flat in its lacklustre storytelling and one-dimensional characters.
We spoke to American singer-songwriter Lauv while he was in town.
DCEU’s answer to The Avengers is here… and it’s not horrible.
The designer behind the Kopi Dabao Bag talks about the unexpected hype and the struggle of local design in Singapore.
ZYRUP speaks with the cast in Singapore about the challenges of performing the nearly sixty-year-old musical.
Roll back the years with classic photography.
Here’s the truth behind the meme.
Bring sexy back, Justin. And some of your peers too.
Sage advice from George Wong: Just do it — and do it right.
This week’s Song of the Week comes courtesy of British heartbreak crooner Sam Smith.
‘Outskirts’ by photographer Alvin Ling, featuring Jasmin Liew.
What it’s really like carrying the Insta-famous bag for five days.
This week’s Song of the Week comes courtesy of Singapore Idol alum Tabitha Nauser.
Cartoonist Alison Bechdel’s story of family ties and self-discovery is uniquely personal, yet intimately human.
Orchard Road turned into a fancy K-pop concert for a night.
This week’s Song of the Week comes courtesy of Nick Jonas, the youngest of the Brothers.
Celebrity Diet is a monthly roundup featuring food places approved by your favourite stars.
Viewing habits are changing more in our culture than just award show ratings.
This week’s Song of the Week comes courtesy of Gentle Bones and MYRNE, with a quirky combination of their sounds.
Simple as it is, the powerful story continues to devastate audiences everywhere.