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Q: Which upcoming Music Festivals/shows in Beijing are worth going to?

There seems to be a ridiculous amount of music festivals and other shows going on in Beijing over the next few weeks. Which ones are actually worth going to? I heard Mos Def is playing at MIDI, but other than that, its a bunch of (Chinese?) bands I've never heard of. I'd rather not sit through 4 hours of Chinese emo rock-pop.

 

Any recommendations?

 

 

7 years 21 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Beijing

 
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Governor

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Lil Jon is coming to town this week or next week I think it was. That would be worth it if you like rap music. Also I heard the strawberry festival will be coming to town...

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Hello Disco
MUSIC TPYE: Disco, Funky, Nu-Disco Techno, House
DJS: Shify Shakes
Magdalene
Time:10:00 PM-3:00 AM, 8 TH June
ADDRESS:No 67, Bei Luogu Xiang, Dong Cheng District, Beijing, China
FREE ADMISSION!

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Ocean and Jungle Psychedelic Party
DJS: Clir(SYNDICATE)& Cholee(FUTURE BASS)
TYPE of MUSIC:
DUBSTEP, JUNGLE, REGGAE, DRUM&BASS,
FREE ADDMISSION!
23rd June 10:00PM-03:00AM
No 67, Bei Luogu Xiang, Dong Cheng Ditrict, Beijing, China

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7 years 12 weeks ago
 
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Sorry but I thought he mentioned MUSIC in the question. Not computers, DJ's and drum machines at work.

 

Are there any that actually feature quality musicians delivering a message with original music? 

 

 

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Most MUSIC these days involves a computer

That's a pretty snobbish statement there mate...I don't think

you know anything about electronic music whatsoever,

its not all what you hear on the radio or in a commercial club.

I've produced and released music for 10 years now, released

more than 20 vinyl records and played gigs in more than 20 countries...

and I'm not talking bullshit raves with thousands of teens on E

and music that sounds like boom sh boom sh boom sh boom sh,

I'm talking dark little holes in the wall with 100-200 people who

actually get the message...So do a bit of research on this kind of

thing before you post something like this...some of it would probably

blow your head off with originality. angel

 

 

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Google 'manasyt'

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