Hong Kong’s live music scene is thriving and diverse: zine exposes niche genres

//Hong Kong’s live music scene is thriving and diverse: zine exposes niche genres

Hong Kong’s live music scene is thriving and diverse: zine exposes niche genres

It was not money, but a passion for some of Hong Kong’s most obscure music, and the people who make it, that led Nick Langford, Blair Reeve and Joshua Thomson to launch music zine Press : Release, the trio say. Limited to 100 copies per issue, with a second edition due next month, the idea of the quarterly is “to expose niche genres that don’t get much coverage: like experimental electronica, punk rock, dub techno, as well as music that’s undefinable”, says Reeve, a children’s book author and…

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