In Pictures: Dangerous New Sounds Vol. 1 (Temple 21.04.2016)


Live Beijing Music returned to Temple last month for their latest series, New Dangerous Sounds, which looks to shine a light on some of the new emerging acts around town. Our first installment find some mightily fresh talent, including fresh faced emo rock outfit Out to Sea, made up of electrical engineering students from the north of Beijing – lots of Midwest emo rock tones – closer in tone to intricate, ruffian sounds of American Football (the band cites Chinese Football as an influence so there you go). Also on the bill were Tag, whose indie rock stylings jump from genre to genre, but nevertheless showcased some raw, committed performances from everyone in the band, particularly their frontman , who laid it all on the table each and every song. Expect to see these cats on another LBM bill soon enough. Finally, it wouldn’t be a Thursday night without the krautrock, psychedelic intensity of the instrumental rock duo Comp Collider, whose sound attracted ruffians of all ilk, including a few regular groupies, including Dan Taylor and Dizzy Di. Dangerous indeed — check out more pictures of the musical shenanigans below.




























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