Beijing Bubbles - Punk and Rock in China's Capital
 

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A MONGOLIAN PARTY: THE HANGGAI BAND, BEIJING’S MOST FAMOUS MONGOLIAN BAND, WILL COME TO GERMANY FOR THE FIRST TIME!

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Exclusice gig plus movie „Beijing Bubbles“:

On Wednesday, July 11th,

Theatre Blow Up in Berlin, 9 Euro

(movie + concer t+ one free Mongolian drink for each visitor!)

Ticket reservations: +49 30 / 486 259 51


To celebrate the Mongolian national holiday „Naadam“ on Wednesday, June 11th, we prepared a very special event for you! Hanggai Band, the band you know from the documenary „Beijing Bubbles“ (Formerly known as T9) will visit Germany for the very first time. We’re looking forward to a variegated evening with a movie, a concert, free drinks and nice conversations.

 

 

 

 

Die Hanggai Band [formerly known as T9]

 

Yiliqi, son of a Mongol father and a Mandchurian mother, founded his first band in 1996. When T9, his second band, was founded in 1998, he was mostly interested in grunge and hardcore.

 

In 2001, at the age of 21, he remembered the traditional Mongolian songs his father and grandmother used to sing to him when he was still a child. During this period, Yiligi often traveled to Xilinhot in Inner Mongolia, where he met the famous singing instructor Obsorung, who taught him Mongolian overtone singing.

 

His music became more and more influenced by the traditional Mongolian sound, and it was just a matter of time before T9 broke up. As of late, Yiliqi performs in Beijing bars with the band Hanggai, interpreting only Mongolian folk music. The other musicians who join the Hanggai Band are caled Huricha, Hugejiletu und Xujingchen.


Further infos:


For „Beijing Bubbles“: www.beijing.bubbles.com

For Fly Fast Records: www.fly-fast-records.com

For the Hanggai Band: http://www.morinhor.com/hangaiband

For the Mongolian party on July 11th: kodex@t-online.de or +49 30/41728450