Living Loving Maid, Rainbow Danger Club, Mr Graceless, XP, The Beijinger, Jin, Slinkrat, Split Works, The Dyne, Nevin Domer, Genjing, Snapline, Beijing Daze, Red Rock, Jonathan Campbell, Asia Society, Time Out
Pairs, Xiao Zhong, F, Smart Beijing, Morgan Short, Round Eye, Genjing, Shanghai, Layabozi, Naohai, Residence A, Al Jazeera, Birdstriking, Fever Machine, Dan Shapiro, Gum Bleed, This Town Touring, GoKunming, Hell Yeah, P.K.14, Steve Albini, China Music Radar, Rainbow Danger Club, Yugong Yishan, Wuhan, SMZB, John Carroll
Maybe Mars, Snapline, Lolly Fan, Michael Pettis, Carsick Cars, Shanghai 24/7, Yugong Yishan, Hedgehog, Space Bitch, Live Beijing Music, Pacalolo, Baijng Daze, Badr, Andrew Field, Subs, Down, Residence A, D-22, Uptown Records, Sacco, Genjing, Rainbow Danger Club, Duck Fight Goose, The Song Dynasty
Layabozi, Duck Fight Goose, Zang Nan, Rainbow Danger Club, Rock In China, Jonathan Campbell, China Daily, D-22, Brian Offenther, Pangbianr, Trash A Go-Go, Andy Best, Michael Pettis, Maybe Mars, Zaza Zhang, Share In Obstacles, Eyes Behind, Yang Haisong, After Argument
X is Y, Rock In China, Li Jianhong, China Free Improvisation, Carsick Cars, P.K.14, Hindustan Times, Variety, Li HongQi, PopMatters, Red Rock, Jonathan Campbell, Syyfal, Rainbow Danger Club, Guai Li, Jon Davis, Rocket To China, Snapline, Hedgehog, The Beijinger, Ricky Sixx, Rustic
Cat #: 067TZM
Who is Rainbow Danger Club?
RDC is a Shanghai, China-based rock quartet with elements of experimental, indie-pop, post-rock, progressive, and electronica. Their unique brand of “experimental pop” has been featured on international mixtapes and podcasts. Their colourful and bombastic stage-presence makes them one of China’s praised live acts. They have attained critical and popular acclaim for their epic pop songs, fingerpick-style guitar riffage, heavy distorted bass, effect-laden trumpet, vocal harmonies, fantastical lyrics, and unconventional songwriting and production.
RDC’s first full-length album, Where Maps End, is an ambitious, fully-charged musical narrative ripe with leitmotifs and mythological ingredients. Musically, it melts different styles, instrumentations and moods while remaining sonically focused. WME was released in China in March 2011 and has garnered praise from Chinese and international press and blogs including the UK Guardian, MTVIggy, and CNNgo.