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Q: Does anyone know of any Alternative bands currently active and releasing from Shandong

Looking for alternative bands - rock metal, indie and punk that are currently active within Shandong province. I started writing a series of short articles for my website focusing on the Chinese music scene, starting with a 4 part series on the Beijing scene. I wanted to focus on Shandong next. Why? because i plan to do an article on each Chinese major city and province and wanted to focus on Shandong next due to its Korean population on proximity to North Korea. Currently i only have six possible bands to add. So if you are a band please give links. If not please give links to douban, weibo or any other sources if you know of any bands. Please only bands active and still releasing. 

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