Zhang Weiwei & Guo Long

Zhang Weiwei is a folk singer and musician from Lanzhou. Weiwei has been in and around the Beijing music scene for years, first as a member of Chinese folk band named « Ye Hai Zi » (Wild Children), then as a solo artist– often pairing up with his music partner Guo Long – since 2006. Their music features a mellow guitar sound and an accordion melody with poetic and meaningful lyrics. These days, he keeps plugging away at the Beijing folk music scene; catch him when you can.



Tiloun hails all the way from St Denis on Creole’s Reunion island. His songs fall under the genre of Maloya, folk music native to his homeland that is comparable to the Blues. Tiloun was initiated into music from childhood (dancing, playing drums, singing – it is in his blood!). However, he only began to explore Maloya and its philosophy as an adult. Local riots of 1991 triggered in him the need to express himself, and singing gave him that voice. Through his songs, Tiloun recounts the rich history of Reunion, an island diverse in culture. His fragile yet striking voice stays true to the uncluttered and harmonious sounds of Maloya. Since the 2011 release of his second full-length album, “Kas in poz”, Tiloun has played live in numerous venues, and is now also gracing the stage of the. World Music Festival in China.


Djang San + Band

Re-inventor of Chinese classical instrument zhongruan, philosopher, poet, composer, guitar hero, DJ, one man orchestra, music pioneer and explorer of new sounds, Djang San has been doing music in China since the year 2000. An artist with many faces, Djang San has also won the battle of the bands in Mainland China and Hong Kong against 100 bands in the year 2011.
Djang San has so far released 28 albums, the music styles of the albums range from Jazz to electro, rock, classical music, experimental music and more. Creator of a theory of intelligence, the personality of Djang San takes many different shapes in his many different projects.
As a one man band, Djang San plays seven different instruments on stage including guitar, flutes, electronic devices and synthesizers.
Djang San + Band is an extension of Djang San, a trio based on an electric version of Chinese instrument zhongruan he has created himself in 2014. The band is now extending its playlist to all of Djang San’s 28 albums.





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