Clockenflap 2013 was impressive on multiple levels. The music and arts festival turned the city’s West Kowloon district into a sea of people over the first weekend of December.
Clockenflap 2013 was impressive on multiple levels. The music and arts festival turned the city's ...
Blohk Party is happening this Saturday, December 7th, and the line up for the all-day ...
Imagine shooting your first feature film with Hong Kong film legend Carina Lau as lead ...
Paintings by Tetsuya Ishida are as beautiful as they are tormented. Though captivating to look ...
Blohk Party is happening this Saturday, December 7th, and the line up for the all-day music fest is packed with twenty acts. Who are the must see artists?
The Hong Kong Reggae scene has been expanding recently, and this Saturday marks the return of True Skool’s Rooftop Reggae party. Dormant for the last six months, the party is set to take over the rooftop of Star Ferry Pier once again for a night of Dancehall and Hip Hop beats.
Clockenflap, Hong Kong’s largest and most international music event is set to take place on Friday, November 29th, thru Sunday December 1st. The annual music festival, which was founded in 2008, is a cultural highlight that brings legendary acts from around the world to perform alongside Hong Kong’s top bands and DJs.
Yes, there is Chinese Reggae. And on Friday night you can expect everything from Roots and Dub to Dancehall and Jungle performed in both Mandarin and Cantonese when Shanghai’s Far East Lion battles Hong Kong’s Sensi Lion . It’s basement bashment at XXX!
Producer, DJ, and Stones Throw record label founder, Peanut Butter Wolf will be in Hong Kong on Saturday, November 23rd to showcase his documentary “Our Vinyl Weighs A Ton.” The film will coincide with a special video DJ set by the accomplished label boss.
Imagine shooting your first feature film with Hong Kong film legend Carina Lau as lead actress, and Christopher Doyle as cinematographer, and then having your movie selected for competition at the illustrious Cannes Film Festival. That’s exactly what happened to director Flora Lau when she made the movie “Bends“.
Berlin-based producer DJ KAOS has been involved in cutting-edge street culture for over three decades, taking part in underground graffiti, skateboarding and music movements around the globe.
Local indie band NI.NE.MO is holding their album release concert this Friday featuring special guests Ultrapink, Mastamic, and Josie and the Uni Boys. The band has been gaining notoriety from their new single “Instagram Queen” that pokes fun at girls obsessed with taking ‘selfies’. Check out the video!
New York Hip Hop legends De La Soul will be performing in Hong Kong on November 20th at Dragon-i. The trio are masterful live performers with a long list of hit songs from Hip Hop’s golden era.
Paintings by Tetsuya Ishida are as beautiful as they are tormented. Though captivating to look at, his artwork has a solemn quality, often depicting individuals submerged, trapped or otherwise held in uncomfortable positions.
British hat maker Kangol celebrated their 75th anniversary on October 24th, with a splashy event featuring interactive displays, live art, and several DJs.
Hong Kong’s Hip Hop scene is coming together on Saturday night for the mixtape release by local MC, Big Sammy. Also performing on the night will be Masta Mic, Al Rocco, TFP, Tommy Grooves and the Bakerie Crew.