Welcome to the first week of 2018, we’re glad to have you here. While the rest of the city gets its bearings, get back into the party swing of things later on in the week with three events. On Friday, have your pick of Beijing rock that combines Chinese folk music, with trip-hop, and other experimental sounds. Or if it’s something more base heavy that you’re after, head on over to Dada for the first dubstep party of the year. On Saturday, catch touring band Mando Diao at Bandai Namco.
Where: Dada, 115 Xingfu Lu (near Fahuazhen Lu) 幸福路115号 (近法华镇路)
When: Fri 10pm
How Much: TBA
Joe Nice and Rob Smith are together on the same bill giving a heavy dose of dubstep.
Where: Yuyintang, 851 Kaixuan Lu (near Yan'an Xi Lu) 凯旋路851号 (近延安西路)
When: Fri 8:30pm
How Much: RMB80-100
Whai was founded in 2012 by four artists living in Beijing. The band draws inspiration from Trip-Hop, Chinese folk, Psychedelic, Avantgarde, Experimental, Rock, and many more genres. WHAI's music is dark yet dreamy, transporting those who listen to a mysterious world where anything is possible. RMB80-100.
Where: 179 Yichang Lu (near Jiangning Lu) 宜昌路179号 (近江宁路)
When: Sat 8:30pm
Mando Diao is an alternative rock band from Borlänge, Sweden. Since 2002, Mando Diao has released eight studio albums that have sold more than 1.5 million copies worldwide. The 2013 album Infruset was a cultural phenomenon in Sweden, going platinum and spending 17 weeks at number 1. Known for their classic rock and roll sound, they’ve drawn heavy influences from The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and The Kinks. RMB240 pre-sale, RMB300 at the door.
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