Time: 2019.4.18 Thursday 20:30
Venue: B10 Live http://www.b10live.cn
Add: Building C2, North District, OCT-LOFT, Nanshan District, Shenzhen
Tel: 0755 86337602 (15:00-18:00, info only)
Venue Support: OCT-LOFT Culture Development Co., Ltd
Admittance starts at 20:00.
Open area with several seats on both sides for resting purpose.
Fare: Early-Bird 100 rmb；Advance 120 RMB; Walk-in 140 RMB
※Presale service available until 00:00 on Apr. 18
※At Door tickets may not be available if advance tickets were sold out. Please purchase the tickets as early as possible.
①Entity：Old Heaven Books (120#, A5, North District of OCT-LOFT)
②Taobao：Search Store "B10 Live"
Please send the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org at least ONE DAY before the concert:
1.Name 2.Phone number 3.Date of the concert 4.Quantity of tickets
Starts at 19:30 on the day at B10 Live.
主唱／合成器 vocal／synthesizer : Anton Falck
主唱／合成器 vocal／synthesizer : Joakim Wei
First Hate’s A Prayer for the Unemployed finds its way into the world on Escho, the Copenhagen independent label that first released—and whose owners continue to manage—Iceage. And while perhaps it’s a little unfair to hold up a debut album as emblematic of anything, it does seem to neatly encapsulate how the city’s underground scene has changed over the last half-decade. Back in 2011, Copenhagen was all angry young men making visceral punk and industrial music that spoke its intent through cryptic lyrics and heathen runes. But that period lasted for barely a blink of an eye. Before long, Iceage’s singer Elias-Bender Rønnenfelt was exploring plaintive synth music in Vår, and Hannes Norrvide had embarked on the long road to transforming his former solo project Lust for Youth from misanthropic noise into a sort of romantic Balearic boyband.