Hong Kong launches a new music podcast called Seldom Scene

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Hong Kong’s got itself a new podcast called Seldom Scene focused around music for all y’all to tune into for the latest news and conversations about musical happenings in and around the city. Check out the description below and the direct link to podcasts that you can download from iTunes:


“If ?i?ndie music’s not your thing, you can blue pill it home, no grudges. But take the red pill and stick with ?them, ?they?’ll show you just how deep the rabbit hole goes.

Jon Lee, singer, drummer, ?p?roducer and ?s?ong?w?riter, has been making music in Hong Kong for over 15 years now and is poised to continue ploughing through with his music studio in its seventh year running. No stranger to the ?i?ndie scene, Jon has played with bands the likes of Whence He Came and currently, Operator and or the 6 other bands he is simultaneously always in.

Chris B, who has been described by Time Magazine as “the tattooed fairy godmother of the Hong Kong scene”, is the face of local indie itself. Born & bred in Hong Kong Chris B has been involved in the live music scene here since 1990 as a performer, songwriter, guitarist, singer and event organiser.? She is the co-founder and boss of The Underground HK which has been running for 11 years and hosted over ?200 shows in Hong Kong. Chris B’s strongest belief is in creating a live music scene that is comparable to New York or London as is befitting for a “World City”.

Making all of us sound good is Gideon de Kock, a skilled and experienced recording, mixing, editing, post production and ?most importantly ?radio engineer.???? Back in Cape Town, he was actively involved in the indie/underground music scene. in his final year of living there, his then-band signed with Sony, headlining festivals and tasting the good life. Notable bands include Goodnight Wembley and Yes Sir! Mister Machine.

Seldom Scene will do their best from time to time stalk & kidnap interesting guests and generally blab on about the world of indi?e? musi?c. Video segments will be added in the future. Bands who want to have their music played on the show or featured for an interview please contact [email protected]

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