Theatre Review: “Kecoh”

The perfect event to indulge and drown yourself in a two-hour emotional roller coaster. ‘Kecoh’, meaning commotion in Malay, evoked a pandemonium of laughter, passion, loyalty, anger, frustration and tears from the corners of both the heart and soul of the audience.


Album Review: The Puzzle

While the symphonic and gothic metal scene is busy churning out formulaic material album after album, Dark Sarah heralds a new beginning in the…


KLLF 2016 Highlight: Imagining Utopia

After attending the ‘Imagining Utopia’ panel discussion at KL Literary Festival (KLLF) 2016, IGNITE’s Literature writer Kelvin Wong was motivated to dedicate an individual…