Hiking a trail that runs behind the Rugby 7′s stadium, I suddenly heard a rustling sound next to my leg. Just as I stepped back, I heard a loud and sharp “SSSSSSSS!” almost as if something was spitting at me.
Thris Tian is an innovator and major influencer in the world of underground music. Best known for his work as lead programmer for The Boiler Room, he has had a lengthy career discovering and introducing quality music from around the world.
The action has been picking up at XXX lately with a string of new nights centered around interesting genres of music. This weekend continues the trend with the debut of Red Corvette, a night dedicated to celebrating all things 80′s.
320 million YouTube views can’t be wrong! Wong Fu Productions has produced YouTube videos that have landed them over two million subscribers. LG recently teamed up with the crew to create a humorous short titled “The Best Third Wheel In The World”.
Watching an old American film I was surprised to see several scenes shot in familiar places around Hong Kong. A car chase in front of the new PMQ complex caught my attention.
When The 9th Muse jewelry store first opened in 2012, it was one of those magical boutiques that made you just want to move in. The shop was literally hard to leave. The friendly owners would invite you to sit down on the couch and join them for a chat over coffee.
Action-packed paintings featuring characters with animal heads, sculptures of well-dressed monsters, and much more awaits at Above Second Gallery’s group show “Pop” that opens on Friday, July 18th.
We’ve been hearing about Matteblacc since they first formed in Singapore a few years ago. This Saturday, DJs JNR and Drem will be taking over the turntables at FLY for a night of soulful music covering everything from rare grooves and classic Hip Hop, to NuDisco.
While 7-Eleven has had a presence in Lan Kwai Fong for many years, the newest location on D’Aguilar Street is positioned to compete directly with bars for alcohol sales. Is this fair?
Simian Mobile Disco’s James Ford and Jas Shaw shape bleeps and noise into soulful songs that suggest a variety of influences from Georgio Moroder and New Order, to old school Techno and forgotten rollerdisco Funk.