Over the past two years, Shenzhen has been the centre of much discussion about the fate and the future of villages such as Baishizhou, Hubei and Gangxia. Unfortunately media pieces dealing with the fate of these historical sites tend to come and go, but it is the work of such actors as Huang Cheng that keeps the ever revolving conversation alive as Shenzhen continues to urbanise and space in the city becomes more scarce and valuable.
I was fortunate enough to catch Supper Moment in T:Union in Guangzhou last year when they played as part of Zhaoze’s Live Wild Music Week. Ostensibly a Pop Rock band, they can absolutely put on a hell of a performance. […]
In music that drips with attitude and charisma there’s hardly the need to stick to one defining genre. The play around with Jazz, short intros and generally seem to be allowing their minds to run wild. A gorgeous album.