Mache Krushes her review of a big night at The Shelter.
We are happy to tell you Mr. M.E. Seeley is back in town, and back on Layabozi. This is his “back in the game” piece about two sweet bands that rocked YuYinTang on Christmas day: Yu Guo and Cigarette Butts. Read about them, while listening to their music…
Be still, my beating indie fangirl heart. I managed to find the time, in between decoding the latest Decemberist folk-rock opera and collaging my bedroom wall with pics of The New Pornographers, to make it to Canadian folk-rockers Immaculate Machine’s show this Saturday night at Yuyintang.
Bangourake says he is from a long line of griots, or jeli. I have not undertaken any courses of genealogical inquiry, but I believe him.
Let’s face it, Shanghai needs a good kick in the pants every once in a while. Thankfully, the French post-punk trio Papier Tigre was in town Saturday night, and they were more than happy to oblige.
Anniversaries come around once a year for everything and everyone, but some anniversaries and some places are just more special than others. Cases in point: YuYinTang’s and the Shelter’s fifth and second respective anniversaries.
Ghost-Rock gods show what they’re made of at MAO Livehouse
Jason Falkner’s band rocked the shit out of your correspondent at Mao Livehouse last weekend, the Mushrooms and Crystal Butterfly were okay too, and an exhortation is made.