A double helping of something to look forward to in 2011 has landed just in time for Christmas, with the news that the groovy The Whitest Boy Alive and spaced-out psychpop merchants MGMT will be gracing our shores.
Two powerhouses of all things alternative and pop have come together to form the godly alliance of Songs for Children Presents Asobi Seksu Live in Hong Kong.
There are thousands of bands you can see play live. There are only a handful you MUST see. One of those bands is The Flaming Lips and luckily for us, they’re playing Hong Kong on the 13th of November. We had a brief back and forth with the Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne about the Brouhaha tagline subjects: creative.culture. So read on to hear his thoughts about the city, kick-starting art, tweeting and turning boredom into motivation. Here are his nuggets of wisdom.
If you take the Saturday that falls the day before Halloween as your time to be ushered one-way around Lan Kwai Fong then sooth your head on the Sunday by watching this bizzare spectacle – the 2010 Sedan Chair Race and Bazarre.
The 2010 Positive Posters exhibition has drawn to a close and the winner is…going to be announced at the PP party on Thursday the 18th. Over one and a half thousand artists, designers and other types’o’folk from around the world entered the global poster design competition and to mark the end of an amazing run there’ll be a week-long exhibition and a rooftop party.
What’s the weather done? It’s gone and got all breezy, that’s what it’s done. So what better time to get on Azure’s large outdoor open terrace for a bit of a dance? From the people that bring you Supersonic comes HAUS – a night of house, tech-house and minimal, erm, house, at LKF Tower’s Azure (that’s there the outdoor part comes in).
Cross a clinical and notorious hitman, a headstrong and sexy female thief and a pot-smoking Ron Weasley and you’ve got Wild Target, an often sharp and rather charming British comedy.
After the long slog of no SFC we can finally rejoice – Hong Kong’s best club night returns on Saturday the 28th of August!
If you like things like the best music played in the city, free entry, great times, free badges and lovely people, then Philia is the place to be.
Having downloaded the album before getting the call to review it, I feel that there’s a lot to say about HEALTH’s second effort. Read More »
What’s happening in the current trend of sunshine and surf indie-pop? Girls nailed it nicely a while back, The Drums went left of the mark with their skinny commercial sound and now Wavves are tearing right through the middle with
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