Hua Lun (花伦) is a Chinese band that started in Wuhan as a Britpop influenced band in 2004. The band’s early interests slowly changed, resulting in a drastic shift to the howling wall of Post-Rock noise that has characterized their sound since late 2006. They have toured the east coast extensively and have received widespread attention and public recognition.
Pictureplane’s punk rock-like approach to the production and distribution of his work is democratizing electronic music in the same way the Ramones, Minor Threat, and Black Flag liberated rock music in the 70s and 80s. His appearance in China couldn’t be timelier, with the electronic scene here making serious noises.
The roots revival of the last few years has primed listeners for a new generation of rustic, heart-on-the sleeve music—the kind that nods to tradition while setting off into uncharted territory. The Lumineers walk that line, and for the first time will be bringing their timeless melodies and soul-stirring lyrics to China.
From the plains of innermost Mongolia, GUINNESS® More Music and Split Works bring you Ajinai. Ajinai’s music provides a portal into the spirit of the Mongolian people, helping to keep the country’s culture alive against a backdrop of unavoidable modernization.
In association with Sub-Culture, the dark side of Shanghai’s Uprooted Sunshine Soundsystem, the Wood+Wires Afterhours takes place on the Saturday (2nd November) and features some of our favorite artists from across the electronic spectrum, backed by some of the world’s best imprints...
Gird your loins and hide your women: Mac DeMarco is coming to China. Canada’s favorite son and latest lo-fi wunderkind is gearing up for a full Asian tour, including dates in 【Beijing】Nov.29 @ MAO and【Shanghai】Nov.30 @ Yuyintang
GUINNESS® MORE Music, the iconic stout brand’s initiative to spearhead China’s emerging contemporary music scene, will hit new heights from Nov 1st to 3rd with the GUINNESS® Wood+Wires Festival in QianShuiWan Center in Shanghai.Featuring Yunggiema, World’s End Girlfriend, Sainkho and more...