LiveMusic - Indie Pop, Rock
- Sat 17-05-2014 9:00 PM - 2 h 30 m
$130 (in advance, Fringe members); $160 (on the day); includes one standard drink
SR Presents brings you the next episode in its regular series of shows at the Fringe Club, with:
Teenage girls typically come in trios, though they’ll sometimes stampede and form a screaming herd. Teenage Girls channel these raw, untamed energies to create their own brand of lo-fi, no frills, indie pop-rock. They exude an aura of style, sass and attitude, plus a dash of guilty sex appeal, so your uncles and residential security guards are sure to love them. Enigmatic and rarely in one place for long, they've held it together for long enough to lay down an EP and tour from Hong Kong to Tokyo, but you never know which show will be their last…
Elaine Leung (vocals, guitar), Marie Witt (vocals, bass), Brendan Clift (drums)
Kevin has been a member of several bands in Hong Kong, including The Pullover (vocals, guitar) and Monogel (vocals). With his Relaxpose project, he usually performs with some friends. Relaxpose released its first album in 2009, and will be launching a new album this month.
Kevin (vocals, guitar), Henry (guitar), Arwai (bass), Ku (drums)
Mango532 is the story of a man and a recording machine. Mango, a designer who lives in Hong Kong, bought a 4-track recording machine called BR532 in 2001, and started to write songs and record on his own, releasing his first demo on the Internet in the same year. In 2004 and 2005, he created his second and third demos, enough to warrant the creation of a website, www.mango532.com.
Around 2007, Mango formed the band Life In Motion with his friends Leo and Tortoise, and found a drummer (Jun) and a female vocalist (Zoe) on the Internet, but the band split up in 2009. After the split, Mango continued to write songs, and released Demo09 at the end of 2009.
He’d always wanted to release a real CD, so in 2011 he chose 10 of his songs and launched his album, “A Day In The Life”, all about our daily life, from sunrise to night. It’s available as a free download at mango532.com, and the free CD is available at Hidden Agenda.