The David Bowie Knives may not claim to be the best band in Hong Kong but they are believed to be the sexiest. Their heavy britrock sound calls to mind classic bands like The Happy Mondays and Oasis. They've been described as a blend of Nirvana, Iggy Pop and The Stooges.
On vocals Shaun drives things along with a Liam Gallagher snarl that perfectly suits their all-original material. Backed by a strong rhythm section, these guys know how to please a crowd with their in-your-face lyrics and fluid, high energy stage moves.
By day they teach young minds. At night it's all about heart and soul. This group of educators play rock and soul classics from all the greats in and around Hong Kong.
They're at their happiest when thrashing out tunes in bars, at concerts or parties. A fun-lovin combo of guys and gals ready to entertain at a moment's notice.
Hailing from the folk music meccas of Nova Scotia, Orkney Islands and the buccaneering West Country of England, the Privateers bring you a high-energy blend of traditional and modern music. Mandolin, flute, acoustic guitar, acoustic contra-bass and drums provide the backline for lead and harmony vocals.
With a backline made up of veterans of the Hong Kong music scene combined with a bunch of new young recruits, the Raptors perform an eclectic range of covers and original post punk compositions. Thunderous beats, big guitar sounds and powerhouse vocals deliver a high octane, driving rock set.