That's Guangzhou takes a look at the best gigs of the week.
Fri, Apr 19: Macross 82-99 @ SD Livehouse
Just a few months removed from releasing Summer Touch on Hong Kong-based Neoncity Records, Mexican producer Macross 82-99 brings his delightful future funk stylings to China this month. Globally known as a leading light in the genre, he previously started his own internet label, DaFuture, with friend and fellow producer UPPER. Don't miss this one.
Fri, Apr 19: After-After-Party & Say Mosquito @ 191 Space
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191 Space will play host to two Hong Kong-based bands this Friday night, with free admission! After-After-Party is a comedy rock band who tend to make people bang their head and laugh at the same time, while Say Mosquito straddles the ground between punk, jazz, psychobilly and pop. Head to the live music venue and get a peep into Hong Kong's music scene this Friday.
Sat, Apr 20: Fragile Girls @ T:union
Taiwanese indie pop duo Fragile Girls are best-known for quirky romantic tracks. With sumptious lead vocals and delicate guitar lines, their music stands somewhere between indie and Mandarin pop. With a new and acclaimed album featuring more synths than we are used to hearing from the band, what better way to get acquainted, or reacquainted as the case might be, with Fragile Girls.
Sun, Apr 21: Cold Meat Industry @ T:union
Cold Meat Industry has been used as a term to describe avant garde bands interested in industrial and metal sounds. Stella Promotions present a trio of acts at T:union this weekend that fit under this term slash music genre. Swedish acts Ordo Rosarius Equilibrio and In Slaughter Natives, are joined by Belgian band Empusae for what should be an epic evening of dark sounds.
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