Unquestionably one of the most entertaining acts during the recent Clockenflap festival, Yacht, aka founder Jona Bechtolt and the svelte Claire L. Evans, have taken indie dance by storm with their latest LP See Mystery Lights. Brouhaha spoke to Jona about lights in the sky, iPhone punk, evolution and city-wide depression.
Everyone’s unofficial favourite performance at Clockenflap was Beijing electro-cabaret band Pet Conspiracy’s sexually charged show. Backstage with a post-performance glow singer Helen answered Brouhaha’s straight-in-no-kissin’ questions on sex, man-love, drinking and the big HK.
Day Two at Clockenflap
Day two began still reeling from a stupendous performance from Saturday’s headline act, Los Campesinos. The young six-piece gathered the remaining festival goers from all corners of the venue to join the already crowded and electrified mass squashed up to the stage for an unforgettable closer.
Day One at Clockenflap
With the onlooking sun perched high in the sky and a hitting heat that warmed the grass, the Clockenflap Music and Media-Arts festival started firmly in chill-out mode. Read More »
8th November 2009 – photos of day 2 of Clockenflap Music and Media-Arts festival – feel resonating energy of addictive beats and the crack of claps of a thousand hands. Arguably the main acts of the weekend, YACHT, Blood Red Shoes and Fink keep the air trembling with their polished performances. Also, Brouhaha’s interview with Helen, Pet Conspiracy’s lead.