Sweet sounds of Sarawak’s traditional instruments


At Adau band members during the launch at Sarawak Tourism Board in Kuching.

KUCHING: Experimental music band At Adau wants to bring the sounds of Sarawak’s traditional instruments to a global audience with its new album.

Called “Oba”, which means “love” in the Kenyah language, it has nine tracks showcasing the six-member band’s pride in their musical heritage.

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