BICEP (UK) @ XXX Gallery, Hong Kong – 22 February 2013

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Cliché presents BICEP
(Feel My Bicep / UK)

22 February 2013

with Bicep, Visa, Casey Anderson

XXX Gallery
Basement, Fui Nam Bldg, 212 Wing Lok St.
Sheung Wan (香港上環永樂西街212號B1)

Tickets
$150 advance + before 12am [buy]
$200 door after 12am
(BYOB)

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The Cliché Records family wish you a big juicy HAPPY NEW YEAR by offering you a delicious dose of double happiness in the form of the Irish analogue loving duoBICEP.

Bicep put themselves on the map with their blog, Feel My Bicep, which is a primo hub for music lovers looking for the best of old and nu disco, as well as top selections from the days of Chicago house, Detroit techno, not to mention rare edits — the stuff that gets music maestros excited. Scratch your thighs in anticipation!

These vinyl-loving champions of, in their own words, ‘80’s inspired analog house’ are going to take us on dance-club journey and hose down this desert, with an old school, techno savvy set that is sure to surprise!

Alongside Bicep, Humdrum Hong Kong’s Casey Anderson and VISA of Cliché Records will be putting the crowd into a workout routine as well!

 

BICEP
[Feel My Bicep blog | Soundcloud | Resident Advisor]
[Twitter | Facebook | Discogs]

Listen
Bicep DJ Mixes | Bicep House Tracks

Casey Anderson
[SoundcloudResident Advisor | Facebook]

VISA
[Soundcloud | Facebook]

Clockenflap Music & Arts Festival @ West Kowloon, Hong Kong – 1-2 December 2012

Check out Ocean Lam and Casey Anderson on the New Era stage on Saturday!

Buy Tickets

Humdrum Hong Kong’s photo album from Clockenflap 2011

Miko Van Chong – Time Out Hong Kong Interview – My Weekend

From Time Out Hong Kong:

Freshly graduated and unemployed, Manila native Miko Chong made a move to Hong Kong. After hearing Frankie Lam and Wendy Wenn spinning at Yumla three years ago, Chong was inspired to turn his bedroom hobby of DJing into a serious gig. Now you can find him spinning anything from minimal and techno to indie and mashups at Destroyed HK parties, Yumla and the Adidas Originals shop. We sit down with Mr Van Chong to find out why on Earth he gets his weekend started three days early.

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