Wooozy.cn’s Big Push Offline

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As an online music hub, Wooozy.cn has been covering the on-goings of China’s music industry since 2009, providing Chinese-language recommendations and quality editorial for true music fans. Following the early success of their Wooozy Offline series, the team have partnered with Split Works to launch the first ever Wooozy Weekender, a festival that will take place in Guangzhou’s SD Livehouse over 3 days this coming weekend.

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The lineup for the Weekender showcases the breadth of the Wooozy palate, with DJs and local hip hop artists like Pete Chen, J Hoon and Ah Long performing alongside some of the most exciting bands in China. Think Alpine Decline, Chinese Football, Stolen and Birdstriking playing with others from the mainland and beyond. There is also programming during the day: local collective Fullable will be on a panel with Nevin Domer of Genjing Records and P.K.14 frontman Yang Haisong, Pete Chen will be doing a workshop, and Guangzhou’s local labels and artists will be coming together for a big old music market.

Wooozy Community Film – a project started 2 years ago committed to subtitling and screening a classic English-language music documentary every 2 months (now active in 8 cities) – will be showing 3 of their films over the weekend.

Find out more here.

[Disclaimer: Wooozy is owned by Beijing and Shanghai-based promotion company Split Works, which maintains China Music Radar]

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