Wooozy Offline is winding down for the summer, but before we do, we are proud to bring the noise to our Shanghai friends one more time with a free residents party on Friday July 18 at the infamous 390 Bar. A full-to-the-brim lineup of Offline regulars Deep19, Jackie, and Wooozy.cn’s own dj sleepless will be playing alongside exalted guest Dj Doggy.
Leading a rock band with a conscience, Cracker front-man David Lowery hopes to raise awareness in China about intellectual property rights and musician’s ownership of the music they create. Come and experience the magic.
Always bringing the freshest recommendations in folk for China’s new generation, GUINNESS More Music ushers in a unique voice from Ningxia on May 30 at Mao Livehouse Shanghai. Suyang brings a blend of rock, folk, Shaanxi Opera, and other musical styles from China’s Northwest region to Shanghai for fans to experience.
After a special couple of nights with New York Transit Authority in April, we are super charged to follow up with something really a little bit special. UK producer, DJ and label head Bok Bok is gracing China with turntable skills and his newly minted second solo EP in his bag! His tastemaker label – Night Slugs, a label-cum-collective that Spin Magazine proclaims “has developed one of the most distinctive sounds in U.K. dance music, a mutable hybrid of grime, house, electro, R&B, techno, hip-hop, and dubstep.” is at the forefront of the latest renaissance in UK electronic music.
This summer, Deafheaven embarks on a worldwide tour that will jar the foundations of some of China’s greatest livehouses. With their hybrid of black metal, Pitchfork calls them a “modern classic” bound to forever change the landscape of black metal, while Stereogum boldly claims their sophomore album, Sunbather as “very much a masterpiece.” Split Works have lined up two stops in May for metal-heads in Beijing and Shanghai.
In April 2014, Wooozy.cn will launch a dance music offshoot —— Wooozy Offline. Each event will bring an exciting and distinguished voice from global electronic music,,and pair them with the best Chinese DJs and producers.
Wooozy Offline is more than a party, a workshop, or an event - it's a bridge connecting our local electronic music scene with the world.
Come and join us on April 10th at Dada Bar in Beijing and Shelter in Shanghai on April 11th – where we welcome New York Transit Authority -it’s going to be a trip
My 17 Gay Friends is Moxie Peng’s sixth film. Peng is one of Beijing’s most renowned underground filmmakers: his 2012 documentary Micro Search was featured on iQiyi.com and viewed a million times. But My 17 Gay Friends is his first to use Dreamore, a Chinese crowd-funding site that allows anyone to back a project in exchange for rewards set by the creator.