Azmyl Yunor

Azmyl Yunor is a touring underground recording artiste, and an academic in media and cultural studies. He has published articles on pop culture, subcultures and Malaysian cultural politics. He adheres to the three-chords-and-the-truth school of songwriting, and Woody Guthrie’s maxim “All you can write is what you see”. He is @azmyl on Twitter.


6 days ago

Cultural identity in the classroom

Cultural identity in the classroom

1 week ago

Singing the online blues

Singing the online blues

2 weeks ago

Lecturers: myth, mojo, fact of the matter

Lecturers: myth, mojo, fact of the matter

3 weeks ago

Price of spurning pied piper

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Price of spurning pied piper

1 month ago

The grey matters

The grey matters


1 month ago

Lure the haters, too

Lure the haters, too

1 month ago

What are we to whom?

What are we to whom?

1 month ago

A question of class

A question of class

2 months ago

Just another brick in the wall

Just another brick in the wall

2 months ago

Creativity sans competition

Creativity sans competition

2 months ago

A toast to laziness

A toast to laziness

2 months ago

Futility in utility, story in song

Futility in utility, story in song

2 months ago

The zone: journey is destination

The zone: journey is destination

3 months ago

A musician’s ‘hijrah’

A musician’s ‘hijrah’

3 months ago

Mimicry and resistance

Mimicry and resistance