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In the same musical vein, local Shanghainese math league champions turned funk band Howhy are sharing the stage.
One of the city's most impressive live bands, Naohai showed that they can produce accomplished recorded material too, with an EP of catchy, lively rock tunes.
Great Good Fine Ok▼
Brooklyn synthpop duo Great Good Fine OK met one evening in 2013 and by the next morning had written their first song together, “You’re the One for Me,” a gauzy, heart-thumping anthem that hit #1 on Hype Machine twice in one month and instantly established the group’s sound with Jon Sandler’s dancefloor falsetto soaring over Luke Moellman’s lush post-Space Age production, the perfect soundtrack for retrofuturism.
Banana Monkey has created a danceable punk sound that no pogoers can resist. Sounds like: Any young garage band in the suburb of London during the ‘70s, with a gaggle of flushed cheek girls and a mountain of cheap beer.
Finding the atmospheric and textual beauty within there confines of math and post-rock, Shanghai Qiutian offers a fresh take of the genres that have flooded the earholes of Chinese audiences for decades.