Sunday, 20 June 2010

Street Music Concert 15

We'll be playing in Street Music Concert 15 hosted by Kung Chi-shing on 9th July 2010, for a little bit of warm up before we go on tour in August. It's gonna happen outside the Hong Kong Arts Centre at Wanchai, starting at 18:30. Free Entry.

China Tour - Tour Schedule

14 AUG: MAO Livehouse / Beijing
15 AUG: Aperture Club / Xian
17 AUG: Hemp House / Chengdu
18 AUG: NUTS / Chongqing
19 AUG: VOX Livehouse / Wuhan
20 AUG: 61House / Nanjing
21 AUG: Yuyintang / Shanghai
22 AUG: 4698 / Changsha
24 AUG: Tekkwun Livehouse / Guangzhou

Monday, 14 June 2010

Chochukmo China Tour 2010

Date: 14 - 24.08.2010
Stops including:

Beijing / Xi'an / Chengdu / Chongqing / Wuhan /

Nanjing / Shanghai / Changsha / Guangzhou

Tour details will be announced soon.

Friday, 11 June 2010

Tai Mo Shan Adventure

Song writing didn't go too well tonight, as we were a bit tired, and not in good condition for music writing. We then decided to take a night off, and went out for a little refreshment. We brought along our acoustic guitars, and drove all the way to Tai Mo Shan at midnight. Up there the whole place was covered by fog, feeling a bit mysterious yet scary.

As an adventurous and curious team, we headed our way into the country park which covered in dark. With the fog and the street light, we're like being surrounded by flows of light and flare. Dreamy yet mysterious, reminded us of the Tim Burton's style. We then all posed and had fun with the camera, playing with the natural lighting, the fog and the flare. Kit think it looks a bit like Sunshine by Danny Boyle, while I think it's kinda Armageddon, or being on the surface of Mars. By the way, this picture is pretty awesome, isn't it?

Mike Orange

Wednesday, 9 June 2010

Simon Birch's "Hope & Glory" after-party

Nice host, nice apartment, nice food, nice sake, nice and interesting people. A very nice party overall. Simon is the man.

Sunday, 6 June 2010

An awesome "Le French May" night

We're having a great time at Le French May at Queen Elizabeth Stadium tonight. Tho our performance wasn’t perfect, the flow of the performance is kind of tight, and we’ve got a very lovely crowd. What an awesome crowd.

Pretty happy with the Le French May arrangement for performing acts. Food, drinks, and a proper resting room at back stage have indeed helped a lot with our performance. With good preparations before the performance, We're all feeling pretty comfy on stage, tho some little technical problems appeared. It’s still quite cool in general.

One of the funniest things of the night was, we all had to rush down to the “autograph counter” to autograph right after our set. And before the rest of the guys got there, Kento was the only one sitting there, being surrounded by a pretty huge crowd with cameras, looking quite helpless.

Actually it's been a great time meeting the audience and getting to know how they feel about our stuff. Autographing is just a bonus to us (as we've never expected there'd be anyone who'd want to have our autographs). Having a chance to meet our audience is what really matters.

It's been a great time working with Le French May and Love Da Records. They've done a very good job on running the whole showdown, and have made everything go so smoothly. We really appreciate it.

Saturday, 5 June 2010

Tuesday, 1 June 2010


Le French May Musicial Showdown is happening this sat night at Queen Elizabeth Stadium, and it'll be our last gig in Hong Kong in a while. Tickets are available at URBTIX.