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Although talented DJs have been performing in Beijing for years, veteran DJ
Song Zhiqi doesn't think electronic music is making a place for itself in China.
"For partygoers, electronic music equals dance music and nightclubs. It's
wrong," Song says. He hopes to change that with Beijing Sonic, an electronic and
art festival that will be held from Sept 5 to 14 at Beijing's Post Mountain live
Blending dance party vibes with live electronic music performances,
contemporary art installations, film screening and modern dance Puma
Rihanna , the festival will bring together more than 60 DJs and
artists from Berlin, Paris and Beijing.
They include Francois X, a key character in the burgeoning techno movement in
Paris, and Berlin-based Japanese multimedia artist Ryoichi Kurokawa, as well as
DJs from China, such as Yang Bing and Mickey Zhang.
"I got bored with the parties I did and this festival makes me excited," says
Song, 32. "Some of the big names are coming to China for the first time. Our
goal is to reshape electronic music's cultural and social impact on the
community and build a platform to introduce electronic artists and
Fenty , and display an interesting atmosphere for people to be
"Besides dancing, you can do lots of things with electronic music."