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Sub Terra #1

The Un­der­ground is ex­pand­ing into Wan Chai and de­but­ing with an all-ages event se­ries. Three bands are head­ing: Asyn­deton, a young alt-rock out­fit, will be fol­lowed by the Tur­ing Ap­ples, named af­ter the father of the com­puter, with a sound in­flu­enced by Ex­plo­sions in the Sky and Cari­bou. The show ends with a bang, with hard rock four­some Andy Is Typ­ing. Sep 3, 9pm. The Hub, 1/F, For­tune Build­ing, 150-158 Lock­hart Rd., Wan Chai, $100 from un­der­; $130 at the door.

Ton­startss­bandht & Gong Gong Gong

Tour 2016 Hong Kong

Ton­startss­bandht, made up of the

Flori­dan broth­ers Andy and Ed­win M. White, teams up with ac­tive Bei­jing un­der­ground mu­si­cian duo 工工工 (Gong Gong Gong), for an amal­gam of blues, rock n’ roll and psych-pop. Ton­startss­bandht’s gui­tar/drum tunes, with soft vo­cals oc­ca­sion­ally seep­ing through, de­liver a mys­te­ri­ous mix of 60s psy­che­delic-rock, choral pop and boo­gie. When that fuses with Gong Gong Gong’s hyp­not­i­cally repet­i­tive gui­tar and bass rhythms, it al­most feels like a spir­i­tual ex­pe­ri­ence. Sep 16, 8:30pm. Run­ning Horse Lantern RHL204, 2/F, 204 Prince Ed­ward Rd. West, Prince Ed­ward, $120 by what­sap­ping 9184-7753, or pri­vate mes­sag­ing; $150 at the door.

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