In order to create a new voice to represent the late 90s, Hormone Boys has been switching different elements from punk to Japanese style rock n roll and even to disco funk.
Depressions of the teenagers were drowning but they never lack the face of a witty rebel.
Appearing innocent as their title of the band, elegant but unconventional, the shock and power they have for the audience in live shows will definitely astound you far more than the album itself does.
IRUKA PORISU is a Taiwanese indie rock band, based in Taipei. The group was formed in 2017 from members of Angry Youth, DSPS (Chung I-An), Kuo Yi- Hsuan, and guitar/songwriter Marko Woo. In 2019, they released their first album “Call me when Night goes Blue”.
A rap group from Hualien, consisting of Rapper Pei Tuo, Shuo Mei and Vocal Ruoxin.
Their song "還是要有長頸鹿才能", made as their high school's graduation song, dominated the top song list for more than a year, and their self-made MV also achieved a million clicks.
Their EPs and singles released in 2020 have also aroused heated discussions and attention in the music market.
Sandwich Fail was formed in April 2019 and debuted in September the same year with the EP《RoadKill》. They were invited to perform in Shanghai and Taipei’s Simple Life Festival.
They are one of the anticipated bands which got a spot in “The Next Big Thing ”. They also earned a place in the “Top 10 new groups in 2020” and “Taiwan’s Original EP”.
Their lyrics subtly describes life, along with a satisfying rhythm that blows people away in awe - a romanticized yet contradict ably ridged feeling is evoked.
In this bittersweet world, they are a blissful flavor.
My Lover's Eyes
My Lover’s Eyes was formed at the end of 2018. It is composed of lead singer Ting Jie and three musicians from Malaysia - Guitarist Wu Jing, cellist Kaiyou and drummer Bang Yan. Music unities people, no matter what background!
My Lover’s Eyes interweaves different perspectives of a lover through their lyrics and melodies - their songs are filled with the rawest emotions of a lover.
Kimmy had once participated in "Super Idol 2" and won 6th place. She has a unique voice that allowed her to be invited to collaborate with Sandee Chan on the song " 雙陳記A Tale of Two Cities ".
Kimmy was interviewed by youtubers "HahaTai" by chance last year. This led to the creation of a romantic and inspirational song "Come Home Early".
Chillaxe is a new producer in town with talent that rivals the pros. He has also collaborated with many larger names in the scene.
As the name suggests, he is like a cold axe, cutting off your so-called definition of soul and r&b; in this era when this style is hard to define, let chillaxe lead you to find a new definition of the soul and r&b.
Chillaxe, who is only 23 years old, is not only proficient in singing, he is also a music producer and loves Lo-Fi arrangement.
Chillaxe mixes delicate new ideas and strong emotions with sad voices and an excited soul – this in all creates “Made in Chillaxe” – a unique feeling of blue with the most secret whisper between you and Chillaxe.
My Cat Eats My Hand
In April 2017, the band was created with the mindset of "returning to the origin of rock music." In the early days of establishment, the founding members were deeply influenced by American and Japanese rock bands in the 1990s and 2000s, and therefore decided to go with styles of alternative rock, punk rock, post-grunge, and j-rock. In terms of arrangement composition, piano arrangement is incorporated along with hard guitar rock to show more possibilities of arrangement. This allows their powerful music have some delicate and soft tones.
With an eclectic style of mixing, you may have seen him playing anything from groovy ghetto-tech at Revolver, to heart-shaking industrial techno & gabber at B1.
Beginning his life in music at age 5 as a jazz drummer and saxophonist, Nonagon (Jonathan Chang) draws heavy influence from contemporary jazz, particularly in a sense in which he believes there are no wrong answers in music- Harmonic dissonance & polyrhythmic percussion are usually the common denominators in Nonagon's sets, no matter the genre.