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New underground music station, BAIHUI 百会, launches in Beijing

The station has been launched by DJs Slowcook and Knopha among others

New underground music station, BAIHUI 百会, launches in Beijing
New underground music station, BAIHUI 百会, launches in Beijing

A new independent radio station, BAIHUI 百会, has launched in Beijing.

The project of DJs Slowcook and Knopha, as well as some other Beijing-based friends, the station will focus on underground electronic music. It takes its name from the acupuncture point at the top of one's head, with a press release relating this to the station being a "meeting point for expression, a central crossing to which music fans can open their minds to new sounds".

BAIHUI 百会 launched yesterday (Sunday, June 20th), and can be listened to via the station's website.

Find more information via Slowcook's post below.

Listen to Slowcook's recent contribution to DJ Mag's Fresh Kicks mix series here.

 
 
 
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