Sat, 06 May|
Time & Location
06 May, 7:00 pm
THE WANCH, 1/F, Henan Building, 90 Jaffe Rd, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
About The Event
Fill The Silence presents SHINDIE #2
Four original HK artists + punk poetry + Rock-Indie-Punk DJs
Free entry. First artist 7pm
PUMPKIN BOMB Pumpkin Bomb's origins lie on the distant shores of Liverpool, before Guitarist/Singer Gaz Flint emigrated back to Hong Kong and joined forces with Matt Kavanagh (Bass) and Harvey Chamberlain (Drums). They released their first album of manic dystopian hard rock ballads - 'Cemetery Blossom' - last year.
TODD WARNER MOORE Todd Warner Moore is a prolific singer-songwriter in the vein of Bob Dylan, Elliott Smith and M. Ward, who has released eight albums in the last five years. His active recording schedule mean that live performances are relatively rare and not to be missed.
THE SULIS CLUB The Sulis Club fuse elements of Chinese and Western culture to bring their music to the world. They combine elements of Brit Rock, Japanese Rock, Instrumental Rock and Power Pop in addressing personal and world issues in a style in which the whole is greater than the sum of the parts.
HONG KONG PIPE BAND The Hong Kong Pipe Band are no strangers to The Wanch, having performed at past H2 Festivals, always attracting big audiences. The band was formed in 1982 and includes among its ranks pipers and drummers originally from Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales, Canada, USA, New Zealand, South Africa and Hong Kong itself. No amps required, it might get loud.
SI CYST Si Cyst is a poet of uncommon audacity, deliberately employing subversive and subliminal techniques as forms of suggestive figuration and possibly unethical intention. You don’t know what's hit you until several weeks later, when you sense you may have been mentally interfered with but the performativity was so intense that you can’t even remember his name.
FILL THE SILENCE DJs Indie musicians, live music promoters, Clockenflap Music radio show hosts & Rock-Indie-Punk DJs, Keith & Stu serve up wholesome music experiences at discerning events and venues around Hong Kong.