南洋派對 NYPD (香港)
去美姿去美姿去美姿！2018年面世，大角咀五人樂隊「南洋派對」唱盡狗仔粉和的士佬等九龍市井風貌，音樂根源既有 Primal Scream 又有鄧麗君，儼然是如今香港玩味最濃的獨立單位。祟尚混亂的街頭美學與智慧，南洋派對以躁動的巨大聲響左搭右搭，在回饋音頻中開拓出一條迷幻女人街。
生於12月的唱作人江逸天似乎也感染著寒冬沈鬱的氣息，終日思想著人生是甚麼。這股無處抒發的感情在留學英國的時候成為了"Searching for the Raven"，同時也燃點了唱作的慾望。創作風格以民搖、藍調及另類搖滾為主。
VOOID 自2016年起，以自由、隨心所往的音樂為目標，展開了一趟神奇的冒險旅程，延續獨立製作與 DIY 精神。這是主唱洪申豪自另一個樂隊透明雜誌休息之後所成立的新團。
1982年台灣台北出生，經歷樂團一隅之秋、透明雜誌和Vooid。設立了廠牌Petit Alp Records和實體店舖PAR Store。
一直堅持以英文創作，2016年憑Crevasse 奪得美國第28屆Lambda Literary Awards，翌年推出中文翻譯版《天裂》。其他獎項包括「2016香港藝術發展獎」文學新秀獎，文藝復興基金文藝復興奬（純文學），以及Australian Book Review Peter Porter Poetry Prize，2018年台北詩歌節駐市詩人。
When is my voice your noise?
Why is my voice your noise?
What is the relationship between noise and voice?
How do people respond to the songs of our time with their own voices?
Voice ╳ Noise
Taiwan ╳ Hong Kong
Poetry ╳ Song
Poets ╳ Musicians
4 pairs of creative minds connected
1 platform built for endless possibilities
Touted by fans as "the dancing rock band that tests the limits of muscle endurance", this five-person band loves interacting with its audience. From simple hand gestures to yelling slogans to massive singalongs, P!SCO encourages all fans to participate. Their undefinable music genre and non-stop approach to performance guarantees no dull moments. At every show, P!SCO also hangs a rainbow flag to voice its support for the LGBT community and other disadvantaged minorities.
NYPD (Hong Kong)
NYPD is a five-person band straight out of the underground neighborhood of Tai Kok Tsui in Hong Kong. Since their debut in 2018, NYPD has become "the most interesting band in the Hong Kong indie music scene", according to audiences. Blending full throttle chaos with confrontational street wit, NYPD mixes their music with an irrepressible joy of their own. Their songs are brash, loud and funny; inspired by their surroundings, they draw influences from late night snacks, idol Teresa Teng, and second hand clothing shops alike.
Olivier Cong (Hong Kong)
Born in December, the singer-songwriter appears afflicted with the icy gloom of winter, forever contemplating the meaning of life. While studying in the UK, Olivier articulated his repressed emotions into the song "Searching for the Raven", igniting his desire to write and perform music. His style is predominantly influenced by folk, blues and alternative rock.
Since 2016, VOOID has been on a magical adventure of free, heart-driven music while continuing to preserve its independent spirit and DIY ethic. It is a spun out from its lead singer Hom Shen-Hao's previous band, Touming Magazine.
Hung Sheng-hao (Taiwan)
He was born in 1982 in Taipei and has been a member of the bands Fall of this Corner, Touming Magazine, and Vooid. Hung is also founder of the label Petit Alp Records and the physical shop PAR Store.
Hsu Pei-fen (Taiwan)
Born in Hualien, Hsu has won the Lin Rong San Literature Award, the National Tsing Hua University Yue Han Literature Prize, and the Chou Meng-tieh Poetry Prize, and is a 2019 resident artist of the Vermont Studio Center. She has published several poetry collections, including In the Black Hole, I See My Eyes and Flying Through the Darkness. She is also the translator of T.S. Eliot's Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats.
Louise Law (Hong Kong)
Director of Spicy Fish Cultural Production, Lousie is specializing in editing, translating, writing, and the planning of literary events. She is former editor of the literature magazine Fleurs des letters, and she was festival manager of the Hong Kong International Literary Festival. She also receives the Award of Commendation at the 3rd Lee Sing-wah Modern Poetry Award for Youth, and participated in the 2018 Singapore Writers Festival. Her written works include the collection As If: A Book of Poetry.
Nicholas Wong (Hong Kong)
He is a Hong Kong-based poet who writes exclusively in English. Nicholas became the first person from Asia to win a Lambda Literary Award in 2016 with his poetry collection, Crevasse, with the Chinese translation published in the following year. Other awards received including the Award for Young Artist at the Hong Kong Arts Development Awards (2016), the Renaissance Award (Literature - Pure Literature) (2018) by the Renaissance Foundation Hong Kong, and the Australian Book Review's Peter Porter Poetry Prize (2018). He was resident poet at the 2018 Taipei Poetry Festiva.