Beijing lost another fine member of the music community earlier this month as Ting Ting, the fiery face of promotion label Borderless, tour manager, music aficionado and all around badass, bid farewell for Shanghai (seems to be the theme of 2018) – but not without a blowout send-off at Temple Bar with some of her favorite (mine as well) bands including post-punk ruffians Lonely Lonely, who just kicked off their European tour, shoegaze groovers Last Goodbye, uproarious grunge scrappers Pure, and more. As expected it was a boozy affair and my shoddy point and shoot camera from a decade back got in on the fun. Dig in.
Post punk godfathers P.K.14 capped off their China tour with a rousing, enthralled performance at Yue Space that left nothing to the imagination and left most of us in the pit a sweaty mess by the end. But then […]
It didn’t take long for Temple, the Gulou pithole which always offer a swashbuckling good time, along with top quality music for free (mostly) to reign supreme in the last year. Some days it’s a […]
Last Goodbye – Demon Beijing’s Last Goodbye play into the idea that ‘life is an illusion’ with the malice-stricken ‘Demon’ – whose music video finds the paranoid protagonist evading a malevolence character through warehouses and […]