Fri, Sep 09, 2016 - Page 14 News List

Events and entertainment listings

By Noah Buchan  /  Staff reporter

■ Show starts 8:30pm

■ Admission is NT$300, available at

Tonstartssbandht, composed of US expats and guitar/drum duo Andy White and Edwin White, play their version of boogie, ‘60s psychedelic-rock and choral pop tomorrow at The Mercury (水星酒館), an indie rock club in Kaohsiung. They will be joined by Gong, Gong, Gong (工工工), a band that “deconstructs blues, rock ‘n’ roll and folk storytelling,” and experimental synth duo Lu & Du.

■ 46 Liwen Rd, Kaohsiung City (高雄市立文路46號), tel: (07) 550-8617. On the Net:

■ Show starts at 7pm

■ Entrance is NT$400, available at

Rock veterans The Chairman (董事長樂團) play tomorrow at Sound Live House (迴響音樂藝文展演空間), an independent venue for music performances and art exhibitions in Taichung. On Wednesday, College Kingdom (學院王國) and Thailand’s Houdini will play rock ‘n’ roll.

■ B1-1, 429, Henan Rd Sec 2, Greater Taichung (台中市河南路二段429號B1-1), tel: (04) 2451-1989. On the Net:

■ Shows start at 7:30pm

■ Admission is NT$500 tomorrow and NT$400 on Wednesday, available through and

Retro psychodelic shoegaze trio Ni Hong Dao (霓虹島) play on Sunday at Uri-Sabaki-Jo (The Wall, 賣捌所), a historical building-turned-music venue in Yilan. They will be joined by College Kingdom (學院王國).

■ 38 Kangle Rd, Yilan City (宜蘭市康樂路38號), tel: (03) 935-2493. On the Net:

■ Show starts at 5pm

■ No admission

Amis female group Kaying no Makerahay perform tonight at Tiehua Music Village (鐵花村), an arts village in Taitung City.

■ 26, Ln 135, Sinsheng Rd, Taitung City (台東市新生路135巷26號), tel: (089) 343-393. On the Net:

■ Shows start at 8pm. Music venue and crafts shops are open 2pm to 10pm Tuesdays through Sundays

■ Entrance is NT$120, available online at

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