Read below about some of the biggest artists in the business before they come to perform in Hong Kong and Macau.
We had the chance to interview Bob Hardy from Franz Ferdinand before the bands show in Hong Kong this month!
You have toured all over Asia already, is there anywhere left that you still have not performed?
This tour is the first time we will play in mainland China. We have Chinese friends in London that have been telling us for years that we should go and play there, so finally we are!
Jason Greenhalgh (Q-Project) and Paul Smith (Spinback) first met in 1987 - brought together through a mutual love of hip-hop music. By 1991, Spinback was an established DJ, gracing the decks at events week in week out, while Q-Project entered the studio to begin production.
Before The Black Madonna's first performance in Hong Kong, hkclubbing.com got an exclusive chance to ask her a few questions to find out more about her, what she thinks of Sonar and of course Hong Kong!
So what have you heard of the Hong Kong music scene that we have here?
I have had friends in the street dance scene in Hong Kong so most of my information really comes from that corner of the community. I hope to learn a lot more first hand on this trip.
We caught up with Cliché, the Label & Booking Agency based in Hong Kong that is planning its 5th Anniversary with Borrowed Identity & ATEQ at Studio on the 22nd April.
The award-winning Hardwell is coming to perform in Club Cubic on 8th April (Sat) for their 6th Anniversary along with Kill The Buzz. He answered some questions as he prepares for his coming gig.
Lady Leshurr is all set and ready for her debut in Sónar Hong Kong. Don't miss out on the performance of the "Queen of Grime" this coming April at Sónar Village.
Timothy Ching from Hong Kong has just won first place in the Beefeater MIXLDN Bartender Competition 2017. The Champion mixologist sat down to answer a few questions concerning his journey through entering the career to finding his passion in bartending.
Last weekend, the debut three day Dragonland Music Festival took place outdoors in the heart of Hong Kong’s Central district. It’s billed as the first time EDM is meeting pop, but it’s more than that. Now that the pioneering music extravaganza Clockenflap is 10 years old this year, it also shows that the maturing music city is ready for another music festival – one that features Black Eyed Peas, Iggy Azalea, Steve Aoki, Zedd, Carly Rae Jepsen, Infected Mushroom, Mike Posner, Redfoo and yes, the city’s own longtime “Heavenly King” Leon Lai (as well as others).
Known best for his five-piece electronic music band Neon Indian, Alan Palomo composes and fronts the group as well as performs as solo artist VEGA. After playing Clockenflap 2015, Palermo is back once again this autumn, this time spending his time behind the decks rather than the mic and keyboard at a smaller gig at Kee Club. We catch up with the artist ahead of his set.
From the same team behind dragon-I, which barely needs introduction as one of Hong Kong's most successful clubs, a brand new music lounge and restaurant is set to open its doors on 10 Nov. Named Cassio, the venue will take over the space on the second floor of LKF Tower, and is an eclectic three-room space featuring retro pieces, such as the vintage-style wallpaper, a chandelier inspired by the storied Lutrario Dance Hall, and onyx-topped bar tables. It also features a 55-seat restaurant, celebrating the Spanish way of wining and dining a night away, thanks to the enlisting of one of London's most popular tapas bars Barrafina as its kitchen partner.
We ask founder and Cassio curator Gilbert Yeung what's to expect at this brand new venue.