I won’t recommend this event (see photo), as it constitutes French House music, which combines two of the more questionable elements of society that I am aware of, but I will direct your attention (Disgust? Uproarious laughter?) to its flyer. Congratulations, LOgO. If this was Oscar season you would have the inside track for the most ridiculous flyer of the year. Just a fantastic effort. And, without further ado (adieu?), on to the picks:
Sorry, no ShanghaiPRIDE listings here. To access those, we will direct you here. However, we do have island blues, punk rock, hip-hop, and CRACK HOUSE!
As you may or may not know, Mike “The Big Duck” Brownell is currently gnoshing gnocchi in Italy and he has entrusted me to list the events that will potentially cause you to rock out, relax, expand, canoodle, dance, head-nod, stay up until 4 AM when you wake up at 6 for work, etc. (insert desired scenario here).
Jane Tan, aka DJ Siesta, is the loving founder of Phreaktion, a committed follower of drum ‘n bass, and a dedicated party enchantress. Last May, Phreaktion celebrated its 10-year anniversary with a party featuring Andy C. Some days after the party, when Siesta was trying to have a chill out week, we decided to interrupt [...]
[vimeo]http://www.vimeo.com/2631992[/vimeo] Sam Shepard, aka Floatingpoints (piano player, musician, producer, and DJ) has been making music since his early teenage years, and is now beginning to taste fame as Floatingpoints grows in popularity on the international music scene. One of his inspirations for music is the creative jazz musician Sun Ra, for whom he wrote the track [...]
Last week our editor’s picks were in tune with my mood for music, and I followed the instructions provided by Mike “Big Duck” Brownell almost to the letter.
You know the score, but this week there’s an bonus Conflict of Interest Pick!
Some of my friends are sad that last weekend is over already and some others are happy it is finally over. Last weekend China was invaded by music, it’s been a non-stop music trip since Layabozi began its operations, and the ride is getting more intense every time. One would imagine after a year of this we would already be used to these “rush-hour” weeks of music, but still sometimes it’s overwhelming.