At That Moment I Thought, I Thought I Really Saw Music

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Abstract

BEIJING, JULY 20 -- On a warm weeknight in early-June, a kid set aside his guitar, dropped to his knees and began to moan -- pulling at strings and twirling knobs -- before losing himself in the squalls of ringing feedback, shifts in modulation and ambient noise that his band, Carpet of Let, concocted behind him.

"I'm nervous and shy," the kid later said. "I like to make noise like a zombie."

Zuo Wei, a mild-mannered 20-year-old chemistry student at Tianjin Normal University, is one of the most active figures working to nurture a new offshoot of Beijing's music scene, one that is embracing a more DIY, community-based ethic as the independent music industry enters a new phase of commodification.

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General information

Author Pete DeMola
English title At That Moment I Thought, I Thought I Really Saw Music
Publication We Live In Beijing
Date of publication 2010 exactly on 2010/07/20
Original URL The original article was posted on http://weliveinbeijing.com/GroupNews/news2.rails?Nid=1000001615

Entities mentioned

In this article, especially the following entities (bands, artists, cities, articles, etc.) are being called out:

Carpet of Let, Zoomin Night, Fat City, Soviet Pop, Carsick Cars, Snapline

Keywords & Genre

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Live Review


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