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|DJs from Paris and Berlin will bring Voguing nike vapormax red uk , a dance form developed in the discos in the late 1970s, to Beijing. Veteran DJs from Paris and Berlin will bring Voguing, a dance form developed in the discos in the late 1970s, to Beijing. Veteran DJs from Paris and Berlin will bring Voguing, a dance form developed in the discos in the late 1970s, to Beijing. Veteran DJs from Paris and Berlin will bring Voguing nike air vapormax blue uk , a dance form developed in the discos in the late 1970s, to Beijing. Veteran DJs from Paris and Berlin will bring Voguing, a dance form developed in the discos in the late 1970s, to Beijing. Although talented DJs have been performing in Beijing for years, veteran DJ Song Zhiqi doesn't think electronic music is making a place for itself in China.
"For partygoers, electronic music equals dance music and nightclubs. It's wrong nike vapormax blue uk ," Song says. He hopes to change that with Beijing Sonic, an electronic and art festival that will be held from Sept 5 to 14 at Beijing's Post Mountain live house venue.
Blending dance party vibes with live electronic music performances, contemporary art installations, film screening and modern dance, the festival will bring together more than 60 DJs and artists from Berlin, Paris and Beijing.
They include Francois X nike air vapormax white uk , a key character in the burgeoning techno movement in Paris, and Berlin-based Japanese multimedia artist Ryoichi Kurokawa, as well as DJs from China, such as Yang Bing and Mickey Zhang.
"I got bored with the parties I did and this festival makes me excited," says Song, 32. "Some of the big names are coming to China for the first time. Our goal is to reshape electronic music's cultural and social impact on the community and build a platform to introduce electronic artists and DJs nike vapormax white uk , and display an interesting atmosphere for people to be involved.
"Besides dancing, you can do lots of things with electronic music."
A year ago, Song founded Shadowplay, a forward-looking art and electronic music promotion company under China's independent music label Tree Music.
Dead J, aka Shao Yanpeng, a veteran DJ nike air vapormax black uk , has teamed up with Song's Shadowplay. Shao is the founder of Waveform, another electronic music brand under Tree Music that focuses on distributing electronic music albums from both Chinese and foreign DJs.
The two have been throwing parties at unconventional locations, such as cafes and art district warehouses, and combining live electronic music performances with other art genres.
Their last collaboration was on the 26th floor of an apartment in Beijing. It featured floating video screens, dancers, lighting and a lot of rapid movement behind the DJ decks.
"With artists from Berlin and Paris nike vapormax black uk , two avant-garde electronic music bases in the world, we will offer a cross-geographical and unique cultural interpretation of electronic music through this festival," Shao says.
They have also invited tattoo and graffiti artists from Paris and Berlin to hold workshops during the festival.
Nick V, a veteran DJ from Mona Paris, and Berlin-based Gerogina from House of Melody will bring Voguing, a dance form developed in discos in the late 1970s www.airvapormaxuk.com , to Beijing for the first time.
"Dance is a strong element of my party. It brings a lot of positive energy to the crowd. Hopefully we can spread the idea to others around the world," says Nick V.
"On a personal note, I have never been to China. I'm very interested to come over and discover the country. I've heard a lot about China. I hear things are moving fast over there. I'm very curious to see the clubs and to see how people approach them."
China's Zhu Ting (R) spikes the ball against Lonneke Sloetjes of the Netherlands during the women's semifinal of Volleyball at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro， Brazil， on Aug. 18， 2016. (XinhuaYue Yuewei)
Samsung ended the controversy over its troubled Galaxy Note 7 smartphone yesterday, permanently discontinuing production of a device that has been mired in a disastrous recall over exploding batteries.
Earlier in the day, the South Korean conglomerate halted sales and exchanges of the Note 7 and urged customers to stop using them, following reports that replacements for combustible models were also catching fire.
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The final decision came a little over a month after Samsung ordered the recall of 2.5 million Note 7s in 10 markets following complaints that its lithium-ion battery exploded while charging.
What followed was a PR disaster as reports emerged a week ago of replacement phones also catching fire.
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