Below are our highlight shows in Dec,2019. Please check it out!
ADD: NO. 851 Kaixuan Road, Changning District
Stones Sessions (NL)
Dec. 5th // THUR // 100/120 RMB // Rock
HIGHLIGHT: Rolling Stones tribute band from Netherlands, performing the hits from the greatest rock ‘n roll band’s sixties and seventies era.
Hogchoker, Faux Fighters and Deku live and free
Dec. 11th // WED // FREE // Rock
HIGHLIGHT: Three great Shanghai expats rockes will bring a night to get your head bobbing and feet tapping
DaHaHa, Weekend Project, Tang Trio Plus, The Flood
Dec. 13th // FRI // 60/80 RMB // Rock
HIGHLIGHT: A Friday showcase featuring two British bands DaHaHa and The Floor, and two Shanghai local bands Tang Trio Plus and Weekend Project. They will build a friendship bridge between Britain and China to show the audience their passion and love for music.
Nerve Passenger w/ From Here to Nowhere
Dec. 14th // SAT // 90/110 RMB // Post Rock
HIGHLIGHT: Shanghai psychedelic post-rock trio Nerve Passenger just released their 2nd album this Summer. As one of the new stars in the local music scene, their home show at yuyintang will blow your mind with their sonic and spacey sounds.
Yuyintang 15th Anniversary New Year Party
Line-up: The Mushroom / Banana Monkey / Sonnet / Forsaken Autumn / Absolute Purity / Dirty Fingers
Dec. 31st // TUES // 120/150 RMB // Rock
HIGHLIGHT: As part of Yuyintang’s 15th anniversary celebration, we are going to throw a big new year party at old Yuyintang, with 6 great Shanghai bands picked from the past 15 years. More info to be announced soon.
ADD: B1-02, Mixpace Here, NO. 1398 Yuyuan Road, Changning District
Dec. 3th // TUE // 80/100 RMB // Pop
HIGHLIGHT: Danish popkid with a relentless urge to dance! Too young to be a vinyl-maniac but too old to embrace the digital age unreflectingly, 21-year-old Asbj?rn launches Pseudo Visions – a fresh take on today’s music-formats that lets Asbj?rn’s audience join him on a year-long exploration of his artistry.
PITOC (Fifi Rong x Shurk)
Dec. 4th // WED // 60/80 RMB // Electronic
HIGHLIGHT: PITOC is the self-titled debut album of e-werk’s new mysterious group, PITOC, consists of a British Chinese singer Fifi Rong, and her friend — London-based producer Shurk (born Ben Dunkerley). Shurk describes the group as “a ritual that takes place in the neon rainbow glow of the club, but dynastic roots were grown deep in the soil of Chinese history.”
Dec. 11th // WED // 130/150 RMB // J-Rock
HIGHLIGHT: PAELLAS are a 4-piece band based in Tokyo, Japan. Their sound, created by interpreting all kinds of genres through their own unique filter, could be best described as sexual and romantic.Their live performance embodies the melancholic and transient nature of city life, possessing the power and appeal to transcend specific “scenes” and generational boundaries. This is the farewell concert out of Japan before their break up.
Up A Tree Pop Weekender: Pictured Resort / Luby Sparks / Still Dreams (JPN)
Dec. 14th // SAT // 140/180 RMB // Indiepop
HIGHLIGHT: Three indiepop bands from Tokyo and Osaka: Pictured Resort, Luby Sparks and Still Dreams
Paul Gilbert BEHOLD ELECTRIC Tour
Dec. 16th // MON // 380/780(VIP) RMB // Instrument
HIGHLIGHT: Paul Brandon Gilbert, co-founder of Mr. Big and star guitarist of Racer X, is coming to Shanghai as part of his Behold Electric Guitar Asia Tour! Voted the fourth greatest shredder of all time by GuitarOne magazine and up there with Eddie Van Halen, Randy Rhoads and Yngwie Malmsteen, the man’s a towering guitar virtuoso. He came to prominence in the 80’s heavy metal band Racer X before co-founding Mr. Big with Eric Martin. He was a darling of the music media for his stylistic versatility and fretwork so complex he has to pause and really think about it when trying to teach it to his students, including Buckethead, Joey Tafolla and Satchel from Steel Panther. Though he started out in metal, he has since shifted to a more melodic and blues-inspired style. But I’m sure if you yell it loud enough from the pit, he’ll do the solo from “To Be With You.” VIP Tickets include a picture op and an autograph!
Math Rock Meets Post Rock Vol.5
Line-up: 48V / Nein or Gas Mus / Trip Fuel / Nameus
Dec. 20th // FRI // 130/160 RMB // Post Rock
HIGHLIGHT: the annual Math Rock Meets Post Rock series is coming back again. This year they invite the legendary Changshang post rock band 48V, Wuhan math rock newcomer Trip Fuel, Guangzhou-based mid-west emo band Nein or Gas Mus, plus local post rocker Nameus. It is a boutique indoor festival for everyone who loves math orck and post rock music.
The OK Thing To Do Is To Toddle In The Park Vol.4
Line-up: The Cheers Cheers / 2D Foil / Your Summer Dream / All Romantic Days
Dec. 28th // SAT // 130/160 RMB // Indiepop
HIGHLIGHT: The OK Thing To Do Is To Toddle In The Park series is a must show to attend every Christmas. Since the organizer Nick has got a new label Letter Records, the bands involved this year is more like a Letter Records showcase. Those indiepop tunes will keep you warm during the Christmas holiday.