After the duo Hao-en and Jia-jia won the Best Group award at the 18th Golden Melody Awards in 2007, Jiajia has been a famous singer. Yet all this while, Hao-en has never given up on the idea of doing music. Let's see how he made awesome music with ukulele master Daniel Ho.
Victor Wong is releasing his new album “Adulthood” on Sep 19th. This is his second album after joining Seed Music. Let's review his life these years, how he learned a lesson from "I Am a Singer," why he left B’in Music and joined Seed Music, and then review his new album "Adulthood."
GJ just released his second new album "See You Again." Let's see how important the music is in his life and you will see differences in GJ. “Of course every single album will have different directions and changes, but every song’s arrangement, every performance, the guitar will always be in the music, of course when songwriting I am even more so attached to it.”
PiA band is a new face that was nominated for this years’ Golden melody Awards in the ‘Best Performance Group’ category. However, after releasing their album “Isn’t this life生活不就是這樣”, two of the band members left, leaving behind PiA by herself. This is a story of the girl, Pia.
Da Lead(大隸), who was the member of Taiwanese rap group "Machi", released his first album "Da Lead's Theory." Da Lead said “Machi and Triangle Cool（三角 COOL）both present different parts of me, but they are not the whole me." Welcome to “Da Lead’s Theory”, a world belongs to Da Lead.
This article was written before Peter’s concert at Legacy this March. At that time, the news were all about Peter, reporting that he was going to sing his “last song” at this concert. Thus, Jamie was prepared to bombard him with questions he’ve had since Peter joined the One Million Star during the interview.
How do you calculate a concert's cost? And why are people reluctant to spend on CDs, yet willing to splurge on concerts? Taiwan Beats interviewed with Taiwanese famous concert director. Let’s check it out.
It became clear after 2007 that the embattled record industry was in a decline with slim hopes of achieving another boom. Thus, Taiwan Beats will look at the current status and development of our local concert industry from various perspectives. Let's talk about concert director first.
Waa owns a unique and clean set of vocals along with a playful and eclectic personality. Other than being a singer, she is also Taiwanese radio station Hit FM’s DJ. We caught Waa at the press conference before England’s Glastonbury festival, and invited her to tell us more about her ideas and plans regarding her performance at the festival.
SHOOTUP is a punk rock band which uses their truthfulness to collide with reality. SHOOTUP intends to pursue anarchy. Anarchy doesn’t mean chaos, but everyone takes good care of their own business. Freedom is a kind of self-discipline when others are not affected by it.