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Canadian Rock Band Menage "Lost In China" Tour
08-09-2016 | Music Events
Canadian-Portuguese pop/rock band Menage will be opening their "Lost in China" tour with performances at the Dream Sonic Festival in Datong on Sept 1, Beijing's Jiang Jin Jiu 彊进酒 on Sept 2 and MTA (Music, Technology and Art) Festival at Sky Desert on September 3. The three siblings that amke the core of the group will then head on an 8-city tour, including Tianjin, Langfang, Baoding, Shijiazhuang, Chongqing, Wuhan, Nanchang and Changsha.
Menage "Lost in China" Tour promo video
Mixed by David Bottrill (Muse, Placebo, Peter Gabriel) and mastering engineered by Ted Jensen (Radiohead, Bjork, Sigur Ros), Menage's album "The Great American Lie" was released ealier this year on Chinese music services, including QQMusic, Xiami and Kanjian. The lead track "Our Time is Now" has received over 5,000 listens and led to the band being featured as "Popular Artists of the Week" on Kanjian. The band was subsequently interviewed by Beijing-based Minimal Radio and later offered the opportunity to perform at Midi Festival Chongqing.
Mininmal Radio Interview with Menage
"The Great American Lie" Album
2013 and 2014 saw a huge success for Ménage in North America as the band toured both the US & Canada sharing stages with such bands as Stone Temple Pilots and Billy Talent. Songs hit playlists on the famous KROQ and were used on "Degrassi" on BBC 2 in the UK. The year continued to get better when Ménage won best rock song of the year in the International Portuguese Music Awards with their new single "Our Time is Now", out now. With mixer David Bottrill (Muse, Placebo, Peter Gabriel) and mastering engineer Ted Jensen (Radiohead, Bjork, Sigur Ros) on their side, this brother/sister, dual fronted band is ready to spread the music that inspires on an international level.
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