WEAK 180 VR as launched live on BBC Introducing in The West – watch with headset or move phone using youtube app
Feel The Rush the latest video (from the album Moon) – Chinese New Year 2016
“Makala is creating some of the most interesting music around right now. Haunting and beautiful; her sound draws from both downtempo ElectroPop and oriental instrumentation to create something truly unique. ” Electronic Rumors – read the full
Feel The Rush video/song review
“The video for Feel The Rush is simply hypnotic, moving with grace between each scene whilst portraying such a powerful sense of domination…” Jessica Holmes, full review on Wordplay Magazine .
IMPERFECTIONS (MOON ALBUM) – REFLECTING ON BODY IMAGE AND SELF-WORTH
As well as reaching number 4 in the Beat 100 Charts, Imperfections has won Gold A&R Awards for :
• Favourite – A&R team’s favourite video.
• Song – for a well written original song.
• Video – for a high quality original video with good production values.
A Little Deeper – from the album Moon out now
“An avant-garde edge…Intricately crafted and honestly delivered.”
More of the review on Electronic Rumors
“Unique, audacious and tense, but at the same time honest and solidly crafted.”
More of the review on The Flux Presents
“The melodies and dystopian ambience chosen here do a lot to recall zany greats like Kate Bush or Tori Amos…solid songwriting which could even mark a turning point in her underground pop career.” Loki Lillistone, Bristol Live read more on page 29 here
Take Me – from the album Moon out now
“Despite being a Bristol ‘Happiness Champion ‘ (look it up!), her latest effort is one moody number, with its confident cruising pace, and visceral delivery. Makala always makes sure her unique attitude shines through – with this track being no exception.” Loki Lillistone, Editor of Bristol Live Magazine (See full review p23)
Caught Up 被困 – from the album River
“One of the most innovative artists out of Bristol Makala Cheung releases my favourite single from her debut album ‘River’, ‘Caught Up’ and the video is a stroke of genius.” Kwame Laryea Read more
Kisses 吻 – from the album River
Empty Pocket – Single release
Drop ( 放手 ) (from the Butterfly EP)
Produced by Jay Unearthed, co-written by Hannah Cheung
A big thank you to Mya and Lucy for filming and FX using an i-Pad app!
Bristol Beat – from River 川
Produced by Makala Cheung, Photos by Unearthed
See the review blog about Bristol Beat & Canton Hop here
See the article about Bristol Beat on The Bristol Post here.
See the blog about it on ALittleBristol here.
Canton Hop (from the Butterfly EP)
Fallen (from the EP Who I Am)
A big thank you to videoSweet for filming and editing the Fallen video.
See more videos on Makala Cheung’s You Tube Channel and You Tube playlist , subscribe to the channel to see the new music videos when they are released.