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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.
The reports are out – Hong Kong’s teens are officially apathetic. Brouhaha looks beyond the knee-jerk teen blame game to the bigger picture and finds the problem in the fabric of society.
Handheld computing, once limited to the realm of fiction or failure, is finally catching up with the times. Read More
“We need those violent outbursts to be creative!”
Brouhaha spoke to Richard Boardman, the synthman from dance-electro outfit Delphic about their upcoming show in Hong Kong as well as their stage sharing friends, Two Door Cinema Club and we even told him how boring Singapore is! Hooray! Read More
“We don’t want to go to Hong Kong just to play to English speakers!”
Brouhaha spoke to Sam, guitarist and vocals from Irish indie-pop-rockers Two Door Cinema Club as he waits to board on one of many planes at Geneva Airport. Sam has been on many planes recently due to touring. Read More
Animation powerhouse Pixar is a global household name and this month they release their surefire blockbuster Toy Story 3. We sat down with Pixar’s Hong Kong-born Director of Photography (DP) Patrick Lin, who at the age of 12 decided what he wanted to do and never stopped chasing that dream.
Positive Posters are bringing their global poster design competition to Hong Kong. Following the phenomenal success last year which saw the winning entry reach pole to pole, Nathan Welch and Simon Roberts talk to us about empowering our own homegrown designers.
A vegetarian breaks his silence. For nearly 15 years, “would you like some pork” has been the hilarious follow-up question to “Why are you vegetarian?”
Looking at what matters: the screen technology pros and cons of the Amazon Kindle and Apple iPad. Read More