Midi is coming up soon and here you will find ALL info on the festival:
Schedules, bands, foreign bands, interviews, accompanying tours and more and more and more stuff:
Flickr Photo sets, links to Youtube videos, here right at RiC we provide all info for you.
The schedule of bands is out and we have it, on Rock in China’s Midi 2007 section.
Further info only posted at http://www.rockinchina.com!
Joyside, punk band from Beijing and featured in the documentary Beijing Bubbles has made it into Germany’s propably most critically acclaimed and most famous newspaper: the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, a highly respectable and anotable force in Germany’s media scenary. The article was published on April 16th 2007.
Check out the complete article as PDF (in German only).
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it’s confirmed. We have the Apres Midi 2007 Schedule of the Midi Music Festival 2007 online!
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We’ve opened a new section at Rock in China, called “Photo Sets from China” in which we feature great photo galleries and mainly flickr sets with great photos from bands and concerts in China.
Two sets online so far are:
Check them out!
Probably you already heard about it, but just in case you didn’t:
Punk-legends NOFX will play in Beijing’s Star Live House on April 13th with support by King Ly Chee (Honk Kong). Check the details on upcoming.org.
a photoset by rayxhead
Very well shot photos of Tookoo performing live in Qingdao’s MAX 07 Club.
rayxhead is a photographer travelling between China / Norway / UK and has shot several Chinese bands including Tookoo and Fancy World
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HangGai, an ancient Mongol word. The meaning is, one place has the blue sky , white cloud , grassland , river , mountain and woods. HangGai bang is made up of 5 young musicians form different areas of China; it is a band that throws oneself into the Mongolian music.
Former by a former member of T9, HangGai merges and develops the traditional music from different areas of Mongolia and thereby the music of Hanggai band is changing direction in the oldest form from the most modern form. For Hanggai band, through go in for rock music and underground culture for a long timing, there is no difference between these two forms. “Do the Mongolians growing up in city miss their grassland?” In fact, this question belongs to all contemporary, those children beginning to miss the root.
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