Lost Stars 禮儀
Show Etiquette of Lost Stars
The music show will be separated into 3 sessions. In order to create a pleasant environment for music enjoyment, servers will not take orders during the performance. After 1 session of show ends, there will be a 20 minutes intermission. Servers will accept orders again. Clients could go outside freely during the performance. But when clients come back to the house, please follow our staff arrangement patiently. Thank you for your understanding.
For reservation, please contact us via phone call 2337 6728, the latest time for reservation is 19:30.
1. No time limit for customers after entry
2. Minimum charge : Any item on menu
Site Access is a Hong Kong based band formed in 1997. Their songs cross many genres, including rock, punk, alternative, emo, ballads and more. The band is influenced by various styles of music, including 70's funk, soul, hip-hop, rock, punk, alternative, emo, ballads and jazz. "Alternative Groove Funk" is their self-proclaimed style.
The band was founded by Yim and Mao in 1997. They then put an advertisement in a local youngster magazine for recruiting a drummer. Soon, Shing was in the fold. The name of the band came from a road sign outside a construction site. The trio were playing instrumentals and competed in Calsberg Band Show playing songs like Nirvana. Singers came and went.
One day, their friends from another local band “The Pullover” introduced Brandon Ho to the band in 1998. Since then, the band's 4-members lineup had become stable and they started writing their own songs in their bandroom located in a factory building in To Kwa Wan.
Their debut album "Slow Jam" with 8 original songs recorded DIY with Cakewalk and self-assembled Pentium 4 computer in their bandroom was released in 2000. After a couple of years, Mao, the original bassist decided to leave the band. He was then replaced by CM Groovy. Together they started adding more funk to the music. Their performances were always slightly different because they liked to improvise on stage. Then, in 2003, they released a mammoth indie album "Funk Fu." This was like their icing of the cake. Alternative Groove Funk at it's best. After two solid indie albums, the band decided to take a break in 2004.
In 2010, Brandon (Vocal), Shing (Drums) and Yim (Bass) joined hands together and started writing new materials as a trio. What brought them together was a love for music and the enjoyment of being in a band. In 2011, they performed in the very first Clockenflap event held in the West Kowloon Cultural District. Since 2014, Wai (Guitar), Chi (Saxophone) and Nok (Trumpet) started joining the band. This new 5-members lineup continued working on new songs for their third new album. The new brass instruments broadened the scope and thickened the context of the band's music.
Now, the band is ready to bring more variety to the local indie band scene.
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