With so many acts coming to Hong Kong, we need to remember the little guy. If only he could remember us ... With a Brit-pop sound, Ken Tsoi, known as Ketchup, is famous for being afraid of developing amnesia, like his grandfather. The Hong Kong indie act is playing tonight and tomorrow night at the Sheung Wan Civic Centre, where he will be performing his show, M-garden. All his lyrics are in English, and he has an international following, with a large fan base in Japan. He promises that the audience will experience everything he sees, tastes, and smells, meanwhile trying to fertilise his own memory tree. From his debut solo album, Sweet-smelling, in 2001, to last year's The Village Man, and on to this year's Old Fashioned Blue Sky, Tsoi is trying to keep a record of his life via music. He says: 'I love my life even though I'm a freak.' The local band is made up of Ken and two secondary schoolmates who decided, while eating lunch at a fast-food restaurant, to form a band. This, despite the fact that none of them knew how to play any instruments. A bottle of ketchup was on the table, so that is how they came up with their name. If you think this is random, wait until you hear the lyrics.