RED Invited To "The Next Big Thing 2014" At Legacy Taipei
"The Next Big Thing" is a new form of emerging talented bands competition show held by Taiwanese portal StreetVoice, aimed to selecting the best emerging independent bands
Taiwanese EDM act RED/红乐团 has been invited to perform "The Next Big Thing 2014" at at Legacy Taipei on February 16. Held throughout 2013, "The Next Big Thing" is a new form of emerging talented bands competition show held by Taiwanese portal StreetVoice, aimed to selecting the best emerging independent bands in Asia. StreetVoice has selected the best 10 bands from last year’s series to perform over two days on February 15 and 16.
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MusicDish LLC signed RED for international management and development earlier this year. In 2013, the lead single "Olive Tree" from their debut EP "Red City" was nominated Best Electronic Track at the Golden Indie Music Awards, while they performed the rAsia Festival at Moscow's Izvestia Concert Hall and Stariki Bar as well as Kuala Lumpur's "We Love Asia" Festival.
Taiwan-based electronic trio RED's music is a bridge between music from the East and West, combining electronic music styles from House to D'n'B with Chinese traditional influences. The group took shape in 2010 when music producer, composer, recording and mixing engineer DJ Code met Shao Shih in his studio to record the demo tape for an ad campaign. Impressed by her vocals, they collaborated on the song "Snow" for his upcoming album "Asia River." With a background in classical and electronic music, Pierre Hujoel adds the interplay of electronic keyboard and triggers to weave in traditional Chinese instruments and percussions dialoguing with one another, bringing a whole new kind of performance to the music scene.
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