tricot / HIP STEP "A N D" JUMP ASIA TRIP 2015 Live In Hong Kong
時間：OPEN 20:00 START 20:30
會場：西灣河聖十字徑2號協青社1樓 蒲吧 Hang Out
票價：HKD$280 (Advance)* / HKD$290 (Online)** / HKD$320 (Walk-In)
[*Advance ticket will be availble at all ticket outlets on 19th-April afterward.
** online ticketing is available now at http://www.whitenoiserecords.org/archives/26651 (Plus $10.00 HKD service fee)]
主辦：White Noise Records (http://www.whitenoiserecords.org/, http://www.facebook.com/WhiteNoiseRec)
White Noise Records (Enquiry: 2591 0499)
1/F, 720 Shanghai Street, Kowloon (Prince Edward C2 EXIT, close to Metropark Hotel Mongkok)
Kubrick-BC (Enquiry: 2384 8929)
Shop H2, prosperous garden, 3 public square st., yaumatei, Kowloon
“tricot” is a Japanese alternative rock band formed in historical and cultural city Kyoto in Sep 1, 2010.
The band consists of 3 female founding members, Ikkyu Nakajima (vocals / guitar), Motoko “Motifour” Kida (guitar / backing vocals), and Hiromi “hirohiro” Sagane (bass / backing vocals). Right after the current male drummer Kazutaka Komaki joined in May 2011, they established their own label, BAKURETSU RECORDS.
The band develops a very unique world with perfectly mixed elements of pure, fragile but strong vocals and unpredictable song transition. The band’s experimental music primarily consists of melodic post-rock-inspired sounds and complex rhythm reminiscent of math rock (although the members are not conscious of the music genre such as post rock or math rock. They may not even know the word of “math rock”).
Their live performance is far more vibrant and intense than you could expect from their cute appearances and is highly praised by fans and media. In 2012 and 2013, they performed at most major festivals in Japan such as ARABAKI ROCK FEST, FUJI ROCK FESTIVAL, ROCK IN JAPAN, RISING SUN ROCK FESTIVAL, MONSTER baSH, SWEET LOVE SHOWER and so on.
GDJYB 雞蛋蒸肉餅 (Hong Kong)
GDJYB is a Hong Kong-based indie math-folk girl band. Formed in August 2012, the group consists of guitarist Soni Cheng, drummer Heihei Ng, vocalist Soft Liu and bassist Yellow Yi Wong. The name GDJYB is from a local Chinese dish (Gai Dan Jane Yuk Bang, steamed meat loaf with egg). By fusing math-rock and folk music genres in Honglish (Hong Kong English), GDJYB is bringing something distinctive and fresh to the indie music scene through the changing tempos and patterns. The band have been to various music festivals and live houses, like Fringe Club, Hidden Agenda and Clockenflap. In 2014, GDJYB is selected as one of the ‘23 New Rising Stars in Hong Kong’s new music' by Time Out HK Magazine, and released their first EP in September.