L+R是電子音樂制作人王璐的個人音樂計劃，10多年流行音樂的制作經歷，及作為音樂總監參與“新樂府|昆曲”音樂計劃以來，王璐一直在嘗試將科技性、實驗性融入大量中國古典戲曲元素，用西方手段表達東方哲學思想，用電子音樂表達高山流水，以達到聽覺的美好體驗。 L+R is Wang Lu’s solo electronic music project. He has worked in the pop music industry as pro-ducer for over 10 years. He was also the music director of a project called “Xin Yue Fu”, which combines modern electronic music with traditional Kun and Peking Opera. Wang Lu started his own experimentation using electronic techniques present in oriental philosophy and ancient Chi-nese music. His style ranges from contemporary bass music and downtempo to chill out and deep house.?
古箏-于淼 生于音樂世家，6歲習古箏，具備深厚的古典音樂和古箏演奏功底。她的音樂用現代的方式向世界介紹中國古老的文化，通過獨特的演奏方式和東西方樂器的混搭，給予古箏音樂全新的詮釋挖掘古箏音樂在與其他音樂類型碰撞中的更多可能性。 Gu Zheng - Yu Miao Yu Miao is L+R’s live partner and plays a traditional Chinese instrument called the guzheng along with Wang Lu’s electronic instruments. She grew up in a musical family and started learning the guzheng at the age of 6. She developed her skills as a musician at an early age. Her unique method of playing the guzheng has provided new possibilities for this ancient Chinese instrument to work with modern western instruments as well as introduce classical Chinese culture form a dif-ferent angle.
The Paramecia在2013年成立于南京，樂隊的音樂風格融合根源民謠、世界音樂和前衛藝術搖滾，樂手們打破常規形式，用奇幻的旋律結合飽含思想性的歌詞給人帶來全新的視聽享受。蘇紫旭在其中擔任詞曲創作、吉他手與主唱。 Su&The Paramecia, a music group which is founded in 2013. The band often classified as psychedelic rock, it is also influenced by classic rock, progressive rock and indie rock. Su is in charge of song writing, guitar and vocal parts.
Ajinai, formed in Beijing in 2009 and comprised of members culled from across China, is dedicated to bringing traditional Mongolian music into the 21st Century. The band’s roots are planted firmly in the Mongolian grasslands, but their youth and experience lends a unique and contemporary twist to the traditional music. The group’s music is fueled by the morin khuur, or horse-head fiddle, the most important Mongolian musical instrument and a symbol of its people, and khoomei, throat-singing that features the simultaneous sound of several pitches emanating from one voice. Like our Mongolian ancestors hundreds of years ago, the music of the Aijinai band welcomes all elements of outside cultures and through incorporating these foreign elements they have formed the root of Ajinai’s music. Ajinai intends to make their music more diverse, worldly and without boundaries.
五條人WU TIAO REN
Wu Tiao Ren is a band from Haifeng, its main members being Ren Ke, Mao Tao。In July 2009, they released the first album “ A Tale of Haifeng” that received several musical awards, including “the Best Folk Musician” by the Chinese Media Music Awards, “Honorary Music Award” by Southern Weekly, etc. In May 2012, the band released their 2-CD album “Some Scenery” that has been highly complimented on and appreciated by many music critics. In the following year, they received the “Best Band” and Best Folk Musician” awards presented by the 13th Chinese Media Music Awards. In 2015, Wu Tiao Ren released the album “Canton Girl” that has received several awards, among which was the 6th Taiwan Golden Music Awards. Their latest album “Dreamy Lisa Salon” met the public in Dec. 2016, and has been awarded “Folk Music Album of the Year” by Abilu Music Awards. The music of Wu Tiao Ren has always been inspired by real life conditions, current social events and folklore. They are given to diversified music styles since they are used to learning from various resources, such as local opera, Hong Kong and Taiwan pop music, folk music, western Rock ‘n’ Roll, street singers, and so on. And the band never stops thinking outside the box to explore more possibilities in their musical adventure.