The Halo Salo Together Pinoy Party organized by the band Gone Wild was a great success. It was held at the band's home venue Enigma over at Sea World in Shekou, Shenzhen.
The Banned, a group of artists and architects who bonded together with the sole purpose of providing musical mayhem and fun was the event's main feature. They tore the house apart with their hilarious antics one number after another.
It was also the birthday of one of The Banned's guitar player, Neus, who is an architect by day and a who knows what by night. A well loved person in Shekou's community (well, sometimes), his birthday was well greeted and celebrated by friends and family in Shenzhen and the Philippines. Filipino food which everyone loved was prepared by Jay, Peri, Ruel , Ate Vangie, Rog and Richard for Neus' birthday food treat.
Members of Harmony, Mind The Gap, T.A.S., Kaktooz and Bamboo Jedi graced the stage to join in the fun. During breaks from live musical performances, Enigma featured two gorgeous jaw-dropping pole dancers who delivered a great show. The event was well attended by Filipinos and other nationals as well.
Pictures courtesy of PAC photographers to follow soon.
After a couple of weeks break from their regular stint at Mc Cawley's Futian, Harmony, arguably Shenzhen's best acoustic band power trio is back from a well deserved vacation. Harmony is made up of Alvin on guitars, Malou the band leader and vocalist and Eejay, the band's percussionist, vocalist and all around comic clown who also got married during their time in the Philippines. He also maintains airing of his We Chat radio channel Shenzhen Band Station under the name DJ Romantiko.
Also part of Planet Art Council, groups like Harmony is what makes Shenzhen's arts and music community truly unique and special.You can catch them live at Mc Cawley's Futian 5 days a week. They also host open mic sessions on Tuesdays.