From the title of the band, I thought Mott the Hoople. To my surprise there was little 1970’s glam rock and certainly no R&B to this outfit. David Bowie’s...

In Arts Review – VaChina And Decaying Matters, HubHao reviews the live projects of Adrian Blackstock and Charlie Utter.   There comes a point where I get...

The movie Ghost, released in 1990, is one of those classic Hollywood movies. The scene between Patrick Swayze’s Sam and Demi Moore’s Molly moulding the clay has...

Revolution is such a powerful word. Moving away from the political connotations of the word, I can mean a swift movement in cycling. Revolution, the band, in Dongguan...

Previously at Magic Island Music Festival, John Acton covered the event and added his spin on the proceedings. We packed his bags and sent him off again to see if the...

Mighty Orphans, as a name, has a kind of 90’s superheroes TV show ring to it. Mighty is a strong and underused word and I would argue we should keep it that way, but...

If you take a stroll along the Walking Street in Dongcheng you will come across Faith Music Bar. When he’s not writing music for cartoon shows in Shenzhen or producing...

In the latest Arts Review, John Acton went to the Brown Sugar Jar on Christmas Day to hear Mr. Walrus play a mix of Oasis and The Beatles. A medley of British rock...
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