WILD BIRDS – SPRING THUNDER
DAFAY / 16MINS / THE HARRIDANS

Wild Birds presents, Spring Thunder, the most incredible music party in Beijing on April.

 

We give you, the talented rocker Dafay, the best alternaltive band 16mins and your favorite psychedelic band THE HARRIDANS.

 

Dafay is a great singer-songwriter and guitar player based in Beijing. With his remarkable talent for music, Bules, Funk, Reggae, he can perfectly fuse any kind of musicin his work and make it his unique style. At the end of 2014, He attended 《Sing My Song》, the TV talent contest of CCTV and became one of the popular singers of the show.

 

16mins, selected as one of the best bands by magazine The Beijinger. It’s hard to define what kind of music style that16mins belongs to, it could be Electro, retro, free improv, Xingjiang folklore,or fusion, which makes 16mins sound highly original with unusual arrangementand musical tension.

 

The Harridans, a five-piece British psychedelic folk rock band. Led by Dan Taylor, they are influenced by 60’s and 70’s folk andart rock, with a strong psychedelic folk style, exquisite composition, traditional folk mixture of instrument and vocal improvisation.

 

They are ready to bring you a night of thunder and make you go wild.

 

Don’t miss it! Come enjoy the widest spring!

 

Dafay

Dafay is a great singer-songwriter and guitar player based in Beijing. With his remarkable talent for music, Bules, Funk, Reggae, he can perfectly fuse any kind of music in his work and make it his unique style. In 2001, he signed onto Warner Music and played the leading role in his rock-n-roll band.

In 2010, he released his first album《R&B》then the second one in 2014. At the end of 2014, He attended 《Sing My Song》, the TV talent contest show of CCTV and his original songs have been pretty well-received.

Not only a all-rounded musician, Dafay has been a Famous pop music producer for a decade. He was the producer of many Chinese pop singers like Tanya, Zhang Zhenyue, Renee Liu etc. and wrote plenty of pop songs. Distinguished by his Chinese Blues style, Dafay’s music is catchy while the lyric is sharp but full of sense of humor, it is this contrast that makes his music so popular and inspiring among Chinese young people.

 

16mins

Selected as one of the best bands by magazine The Beijinger, 16mins is not just an indie alternative band but more like a hybrid cross-cultural one. The members are from three different countries, Siyu from Xinjiang and Robin from New Zealand, lately Kalimero from Germany joined the band and brought a new set of skills that finally allows the band approaching their music from a unique aesthetic. It’s hard to define what kind of music style that 16Mins belongs to, it could be Electro, retro, free improv, Xingjiang folklore, or fusion, which makes 16mins sound highly original with unusual arrangement and musical tension.

In 2013, band’s vocal Siyu has won the best female singer of CRI the soundstage. In 2014, 16Mins singed onto Stallion Era, the first world music and cross over music label in China. Their first album will be released soon in 2015.

 

The Harridans

The Harridans, a five-piece British psychedelic folk rock band. Led by Dan Taylor, they are influenced by 60’s and 70’s folk and art rock, with a strong psychedelic folk style, exquisite composition, traditional folk mixture of instrument and vocal improvisation.

Band leader Daniel Taylor is a singer/song writer from England, he arrived in Beijing in 2013. Dan focused on folk music and song writing for the best part of a year, then he met his musical brothers Carlo and Robin, the circle was complete and the stars aligned for the group. From the heat plains of Spain, to the highlands of Scotland, via the jazz clubs of Paris and the pubs of England…the road to the Harridans were built and led their way here to Beijing.

 

 

 

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