Artists, partners, speakers, delegates, volunteers and all teams that have made this possible. Thanks to all of you, the young event that is DongDong has improved in establishing itself in a new destination for music professionals and talents in China. DongDong 2014 convention was hosted at Meridian Space and presented
Nov.28th @Yugong Yishan, Sexy Punk boys outfit Rustic will be replacing Korean Synth band Idiotape who unfortunately couldn’t make it to DongDong this year…!
San Chuan, Zhang Weiwei & Guolong, Song Yuzhe and Djang San are the folk artists of DongDong this year. Creators of wandering melodies from the western lands of China, dusty blues or crystal clear zithers melodies, each in their own way play and create along with the long folk heritage
For the second year, DongDong welcomes a team from Artlab (Denmark) who specializes in artists coaching and training. Check out what they have prepared for you: Career day–boosting your profession as an (indie) musician, 3 hours workshop with Karen Abrahamsen. Digital communication–maximize your online profile, interaction and output! 3 hours
As the moderator of the IPR panel, Outdustry/China Music Business boss Ed Peto was interviewed by Chinese mega portal, Sohu, by way of introduction to the panel and it’s themes. The interview is re-published here in English: 1. Before we get into what’s new in the IPR field in China, can you explain briefly some
Front man and manager of infamous rock band Second Hand Rose Lianglong, will be talking about the Eastern practices of artists management alongside Western experts Paul Craig, Allan McGowan and Eric de Fontenay. Plug your ears on that on November 27th. 二
JB Wizz is the founder of French underground label Born Bad and the eponymous record store in Paris. As the only employee in the label Jb works solely equipped with a computer, a phone and a good mindset and he has succeeded in creating one of the biggest indie labels
For the second year, DongDong pairs up with Dada, the Mecca of alternative dance. Dada will serve as a platform to showcase all shades of electronic music from China and greater Asia as well as some foreign talents too. Thursday 27th we start up with the beautiful glitch sounds of
Copyright owners have long lamented rampant media piracy in China. For years, international film and music industry groups have estimated the piracy rate for optical disc media (CDs, DVDs, and VCDs) to be at least eighty-five to ninety percent. As recently as 2011, virtually all music downloads in China were unauthorized.
DongDong is proud to announce that Lava Design (uber talented Dutch Studio with a new team in Beijing) has taken over and revamped the look of DongDong, re-appropriated the former visual elements, creating a graphic and contemporary ode to Flash dance! You can look forward to funky looking banners and