Indonesia's Indie musicians turn to pirate radio
The music industry is a tough business in any country and Indonesia is no exception.
Many young musicians and fans in this part of the world are turning away from mainstream music outlets, and finding their own voice on alternative wavelengths.
Off-beat concert venues and pirate radio hold huge appeal for would-be rock stars looking for their big break.
The BBC's Karishma Vaswani has this report as part of our Generation Asia series which looks at how youth in Asia are changing the region.
11 Sep 2012