We are terribly sorry but on the morning of the show, we were informed that The Beijing City Public Security Bureau & HIT FM LIVE (Tango 3F) have decided to split the Mika Show tonight into 2 separate shows.
Anna was booked to play the Hangzhou Xihu Festival on May 30th and the rest of her China tour was dependent on that booking. Unfortunately, the Xihu date was cancelled last week, and as a result, the tour will have to be postponed. We are all very sorry for any inconvenience.
From Bok Bok to Untold, Mumdance to Logos, the freshest dance floor beats of 2014-2015 have been brought straight from London to your Chinese Nongtang door by Wooozy Offline friendlies. We’re not gonna stop either –Mixpak Records’ producer Palmistry will hit The Shelter on May 30 for a DJ Set with live vocals
Sam Barker is probably best known as half of the Barker & Baumecker duo, and as the driving force behind the Leisure System residency at Berlin’s most influential club, Berghain. For one night only, Sam Barker joins Jackie and Sleepless in Shanghai for a special Wooozy Offline party at Lola on May 7 – come play with us!
This May and June, Split Works is very proud to bring Grammy-nominated singer songwriter MIKA for his debut tour of China. Prepare for a high energy, high-colour glitterball of showmanship underpinned by some of the most infectious songs in popular culture. MIKA and his full entourage is set to warm the hearts of fans across Beijing (29th May), Shenzhen (1st June), and Hong Kong (3rd June). Get your dancing shoes on and let’s get ready to rumble!
Back to corrupt the sound systems of our favorite clubs, Wooozy Offline calls on SPACE DEBRIS COMMITTEE to bring you the perfect pontiff of audio obscura and techno, DJ Nobu. Keeping the bass tight and beats freaky, DJ Nobu hits the deck alongside Wooozy Offline friendlies Hiro (Microlab) and Taro (Ginga). Turn up and lock-in.
The Wooozy Offline lads are back after a cracking debut year. They rinsed the dancefloors of our favorite clubs, bringing credible names from across the electro spectrum including NYTA, Nguzunguzu, Bok Bok and Untold. Now they’re back, and they’re ready to shatter your eardrums.
The eclectic and prolific Japanese rock band Boris is coming to you, courtesy of JUE | Music + Art 2015. Composed of drummer/vocalist Atsuo, guitarist/vocalist Wata, and bassist/guitarist/vocalist Takeshi, Boris is best known for its monolithic sludge tracks, but incorporates a vast panorama of genres—from drone metal to pop—into an imposing, smoldering whole, ready to inundate you in an landslide of noise.
JUE | Music + Art is bringing cassette culture back to China come this March with Awesome Tapes from Africa. Since 2006, Brian Shimkovitz's Awesome Tapes From Africa blog has been shedding light on obscure and wonderful sounds from across the African continent. As a DJ, he travels from club to festival to DIY space, bringing the blog to life with 2-3 hour sets blending folkloric pop, left-field dancefloor gems, and hip-hop beats he's collected from African marketplace finds.
Native New Orleans rhyme machine Jay Electronica and Queens hip-hop tour de force Miss Ko meet for the first time in the milieu that is the 7th JUE | Music + Art Festival. The two make up an undeniably compelling and exciting double bill with Iron Mic crews in support in both Beijing and Shanghai.