China Music Pod
Summary: China Music Pod is a podcast/blog about China music industry – from a Chinese point of view. Here we discuss and comment on recent business news, new released, live shows, and etc. We believe it’s very important to convey the Chinese sense on what’s happening in music insdustry – to the western world.
About last weekend's unfortunate music event in Fangshan district, and a flash light at the end of a dusty dark China online digital music world. By the way, Nokia is about to dump it's Ovi service , finally. It's a almost unusble service which no one needs. I felt happy for them. On the other hand, Nokia does pay royalities to recording and publishing owners, so there'd better be a replacement soon, otherwise major labels will be losing serious money - no surprise there. I'd still bet my money on the 6rooms online live performance. Special thanks to Peggy for telling me the Nokia news. ____________ Artists Mentioned: Gao Xiaosong (高晓松): Songwriter/producer, on wiki Li Zhi (李志) : music online streaming Lao Lang (老狼) ： music online streaming (seems only sina music box online streaming link works outside of China) Baidu Ting: http://ting.baidu.com/ MCSC (Music Copyright Society of China) http://www.mcsc.com.cn/
About last weekend's music festivals: sand storm, babies, ticket sales, Chinese music history turning point, and we need more better band - songwriter/performer.
Mr.Z was in and out. Bless him. Meanwhile Mr. A is still missing. This is a podcast on Chinese tea drinking culture and how it's related to local music and art scene. Hope you like the intro music.
Which band(s) should we see in strawberry/midi and other festivals? Here is a start list of them. Your view? (and yes, i do need a better microphone)
The first podcast.