OOC To Preview Self-Titled Debut Album At Shanghai's Mao
To introduce people to their concept, the band has divided the concert into three music "movements": "Direct", "Dedication", and "Freedom"
With the production of their self-titled debut album coming to a close, Chinese indie band OOC (Out of Control) will be introducing their new sound on September 23rd at MAO Live House in Shanghai. Born in Beijing, OOC has become a prominent band in the Chinese indie scene over the last 3 years, making frequent appearances at festivals such as Beijing's Rynostock and Kon Cheng Ji. The band consists of four very experienced musicians from very different backgrounds coming together under a shared devotion to rock music. The members include lead vocalist Scott Cheng, guitarist Jude Miao, bassist Sean Chen, and drummer Wen Long.
OOC's Mao concert will definitely be an experience not to be missed. To introduce people to their concept, the band has divided the concert into three music "movements": "Direct", "Dedication", and "Freedom". Leading artists have been hired to create unique designs for the stage, the member's costumes, and lighting. Musical guests will also make surprise appearances during the performance. So get ready to party and rock out with OOC on September 23rd.
OOC's music is best described as a blend of Hard Rock, Funk, and Blues, but they also draw influence from other musical styles. With addictive tunes and memorable lyrics, their songs demonstrate passion and originality. When it comes to their debut album, the band members are perfectionists. They brought in New York's premier audio mastering studio, Sterling Sound, and collaborated with producer UE to create their finest work. They believes that the ten songs found in the album best describe their message and identity.
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