For an event at Shanghai club ALL, Lu Yang became a character out of her own work, DJing hyper-speed J-Pop tunes while dancing digital avatars flickered on-screen behind herRead More
Author: Josh Feola
About The Author
Josh Feola is a Beijing-based writer and musician, and an editor at Radii. His coverage of Chinese music and art has appeared in The Wire, LEAP, Tiny Mix Tapes, Sixth Tone, and more. He's been active in the Beijing music scene since 2010 via his booking platform pangbianr.com, and currently plays drums in Beijing bands SUBS and Vagus Nerve.
This 2000 piece by Philippe Parreno resonated deeply in Shanghai, a place where AI-enhanced anime adventures experienced through wearable VR headsets might be coming soonRead More
Beijing used to brim with these vibrations, and Hong Kong is not known for its underground culture, but David Boring confidently delivered the fiercest, rawest and somehow most delicate post-punk set we encountered all yearRead More