Hong Kong electronic music organisation PUSH are celebrating their seventh anniversary with a very special night at the W Hotel featuring Chinese underground electronic music icon ELVIS.T.
The Taipei-born Elvis has been the main face of the Chinese techno movement for years, most closely associated with Beijing's influential Lantern Club and its offshoot label, Acupuncture Records.
Elvis has been DJing since 1988 and has been producing electronic music since 2001. He has now returned under the new name “h_w_a” and is performing a nationwide tour to celebrate the release of the new EP titled "Mod", which shows he continues to push the envelope in China's techno scene.
After years of blowing minds around China and Europe with his DJ sets, Elvis has recently branching out into live modular performances and played an unforgettable set for China's first Boiler Room session in 2016.
Since being established in 2009, the artists PUSH have bought to Hong Kong are pretty much a Who’s Who of the global electronic underground elite, including Ben Klock, Dixon, Ame, Dave Clarke, Roman Flugel, Ben UFO, Pan-Pot and Carl Craig.
Join us on January 21 as Elvis, PUSH residents Frankie Lam and AKW, and special guests Taku Hirayama and Anthony2 celebrate seven years of heavy tunes, crazy late nights, ringing ears, and love and respect for the local scene.
PUSH x Woobar present
The PUSH 7th anniversary party featuring
h_w_a (aka ELVIS.T) (DOT Records, Beijing)
Frankie Lam (PUSH)
Taku Hirayama (Junktion/Oma)
Sat Jan 21, from 10pm
Woobar, W Hong Kong
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