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alternativechina: HEDGEHOG’S ZO Layabozi came out early to welcome Beijing beasts Hedgehog and chat a little bit after their sound check. We got to sit down with Zo, the band’s lead singer, guitarist, and songwriter. It was a fun little conversation wherein Zo held court about the band’s inner dynamics, the backlash against Honeyed and Killed, the new album’s triumph, former […]

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alternativechina: 5 Minutes with Skip Skip Ben Ben Beijing’s Skip Skip Ben Ben plays Yuyintang on Thursday as part of the JUE Festival – we grabbed 5 minutes with Ben Ben to find out about her background, the kind of music that gets her excited and the kind that makes her want to vomit…. ————————————————- Very cool interview with […]

at17 —– at seventeen (by jirowa168)

I’ve thought about searching for this on YouTube for the longest time, but finally remembered to look it up tonight: the Hong Kong duo at17 doing a cover of Janis Ian’s 70s classic, At Seventeen.
It’s even nicer than I expected, with a tasteful arrangement of keys, bass and percussion. Both girls (Eman Lam and Ellen Joyce Loo) sound great, vocally. The cover is a little surprising, to be honest, because I just expected a strummy acoustic version. (If someone has a link to that kind of performance, I’d love to hear it!) By the way, the vocal is almost all in Cantonese.
at17 wiki

at17 ——- at seventeen (by jirowa168)

I’ve thought about searching for this on YouTube for the longest time, but finally remembered to look it up tonight: the Hong Kong duo at17 doing a cover of Janis Ian’s 70s classic, At Seventeen.
It’s even nicer than I expected, with a tasteful arrangement of keys, bass and percussion. Both girls (Eman Lam and Ellen Joyce Loo) sound great, vocally. The cover is a little surprising, to be honest, because I just expected a strummy acoustic version. (If someone has a link to that kind of performance, I’d love to hear it!) By the way, the vocal is almost all in Cantonese.
at17 wiki