eXtensions - Saturday 1 April 2017
Apple Music Student Membership Campaign - Apple Music initiative in Southeast Asia
By Graham K. Rogers
BOWKYLION (left) and Earth Patravee
Ink Waruntorn (left) and Gunn Junhavat
SIN (left) and Tab Thanapol
He adds, "As a user, I love Apple Music's exciting playlists, which gives me the music that I like and helps me discover new musicians with similar styles. As an indie musician who does not work with big labels, Apple Music is a channel that I can use to share my music with my audiences. So, to me, Apple Music is like a 'give and take' platform which allows me to listen to other musicians' music, search for inspiration and share my music with others.'
Behind the ScenesApple has also made available several behind-the-scenes shots, all taken on the iPhone 7 by local illustrator and photographer, Phapfah Puttharugsa (Binko) whose work can also be seen on Instagram.
Behind the Scenes with Phapfah Puttharugsa (Binko)
Graham K. Rogers teaches at the Faculty of Engineering, Mahidol University in Thailand. He wrote in the Bangkok Post, Database supplement on IT subjects. For the last seven years of Database he wrote a column on Apple and Macs. He is now continuing that in the Bangkok Post supplement, Life. He can be followed on Twitter (@extensions_th)
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