Feed the Dragon aim to champion UK bass culture in Hong Kong
The bass-heavy crew announce their launch night at Social Room
Feed the Dragon is the latest addition to Hong Kong’s bass community that aims to inject UK-influenced bass music across the former British colony, and throughout Southeast Asia.
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Ready to make some noise at one of the city’s frequented club spaces, Feed the Dragon has announced their launch party on Saturday, 28 January, with a who’s-who line up of Hong Kong’s most esteemed-purveyors. The lineup for the debut at Social Room sees Yeti Out’s Arthur Bray, Justin Lim, MMEE, Immuno, JFung, Ming Jai and Changri-La join Feed the Dragon residents Fu, Mengzy and ‘Enry dishing out a range of British flavours from UK funky, bassline garage, jungle, drum’n’bass and breaks.
Social Room has paved the way for a new breed of promoters and their legions to showcase their nights — Feed the Dragon joins homegrown crews like DarkMetaz, Triple Happiness Club, Chaotic Pavillion and Sticky Fried Vibes.
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Following their debut event, the Dragon crew will be teaming up with all-female Mean Gurlz Club on International Women’s Day to host a practical DJ workshop, and host a discussion on how to get a good footing in the music industry. It goes without saying that dance floor action will ensue.
The first beat drops at 10pm for Feed the Dragon’s launch party at Social Room on Saturday, 28 January. For more info on the event and about the new crew, follow them on Instagram here.