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Events and entertainment listings

By Ho Yi  /  Staff reporter

Pop singer Europa Huang croons tomorrow at Riverside Cafe.

Photo courtesy of Riverside cafe

Contemporary

Legacy Taipei, located in a former warehouse at Huashan 1914 Creative Park (華山1914), hosts top Taiwanese pop performers and international acts. Tonight, Chinese classical musician and pipa soloist Chung Yu-feng (鍾玉鳳) performs with Sambasunda, an Indonesian ethnic music fusion ensemble whose style is influenced by the traditional sounds of Sundanese culture. Fingerstyle guitarist Baobu (保卜) from Taitung is on tomorrow. On Thursday, it is the latest installment of the Next Big Thing featuring electronica outfit Fabric Factory (織品工廠), Indian music troupe Coromandel Express and psychedelic rock band The Gigantic Roar (巨大的轟鳴).

■ Huashan 1914 Creative Park (華山1914), Center Five Hall (中五館), 1, Bade Rd Sec 1, Taipei City (台北市八德路一段1號)

■ Shows start at 8pm

■ NT$400 tonight, NT$500 tomorrow and NT$200 on Thursday. Tickets for the venue’s concerts can be purchased at ERA ticketing outlets, online through www.ticket.com.tw, www.legacy.com.tw and at 7-Eleven ibon kiosks

Gothic metal outfits Crescent Lament (恆月三途) and Renascimento (文藝復興樂團) play with pop/emo rockers Clubs of Three (梅花參) and heavy metal band Orchid Sword (蘭花刀) tonight at The Wall (這牆), Taipei’s most prominent venue for indie rock artists. Tomorrow’s spotlight is on Japanese pop singer Piko. Indie rockers Donkey’s Ears (驢子耳朵) performs on Sunday, with folk rock combo Young David (青春大衛) and Baroque indie-pop group The Tic Tac also on the bill. On Wednesday, it is a night of instrumental music with Collider, BHD and Dronetronics.

■ B1, 200, Roosevelt Rd Sec 4, Taipei City (台北市羅斯福路四段200號B1), tel: (02) 2930-0162. On the Net: www.thewall.com.tw

■ Shows start at 8pm except tomorrow which begins at 5pm tomorrow

■ NT$400 tonight, NT$1,700 and NT$2,200 tomorrow and on Wednesday, NT$300 on Sunday, NT$500 on Thursday. Tickets for all shows, with discounts on advance tickets, can be purchased online through www.thewall.com.tw and www.tickets.books.com.tw

Tonight’s show at indie rock club Revolver features electronic post-rock act Formosa Romance and noisy experimental rock group The Sign of Human (記號士). Tokyo’s folk-rock group Pororocks joins forces with a troop of Taiwanese bands including instrumental rock outfit BHD, Until Seeing Whale’s Eyes (直到看見鯨魚的眼睛) and garage/shoegaze group Skip Skip Ben Ben tomorrow. On Sunday, the venue hosts the seventh edition of Raw Noise Attack, featuring seven bands from Malaysia, Japan, Australia and Taiwan including Australian post-metal act Fear the Setting Sun, sludge/metal act Wynken Delirium of Malaysia and Taiwan’s black metal/trash metal group Desecration.

■ 1-2, Roosevelt Rd Sec 1, Taipei City (台北市羅斯福路一段1-2號), tel: (02) 3393-1678

■ Show starts at 10pm tonight, 7:30pm tomorrow and 5pm on Sunday

■ Entrance is NT$300 tonight, NT$400 tomorrow and NT$750 on weekdays

Electronic/alternative rock outfit Sleeping Brain (眠腦) shares the stage with shoegaze band TuT tonight at Roxy Rocker, a basement hangout for indie rockers and fans in Taipei. Indie rockers 30 Years Of Pain (三十萬年老虎鉗) is scheduled for tomorrow.

■ B1, 177, Heping E Rd Sec 1, Taipei City (台北市和平東路一段177號B1), tel: (02) 2351-8177. On the Net: roxyrocker.com

■ Shows start at 9pm. Roxy Rocker is open daily from 8pm to 4am, closed on Mondays

■ Entrance is NT$200 for all shows

Hong Kong pop singer and actress Josie Ho (何超儀) pays tribute to Hong Kong pop icons of the 1980s at Pipe Live Music, a main venue for indie music and parties, tonight.

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