Hong Kong's music scenei

From boy band Mirror to the city's indie scene, get the latest musical updates from Hong Kong right here.

  • Su-metal, Moa-metal and Momometal of Japanese music sensation Babymetal were superb to watch on their Hong Kong debut at AsiaWorld-Expo
  • While there was plenty of moshing, the block ticketing system at Asia-World Expo split fans into three groups, dampening the atmosphere somewhat

MC is one of the hottest rising Cantopop stars on the Hong Kong music scene – here’s how he made it, and why a good skincare routine and making happy music are crucial to his success


Avant-garde experimental jazz improv group the Fountain Collective have traditional training and practise conventionally, but when they play live in Hong Kong, everything is spontaneous.


Red high heels and white feather suit will be among memorabilia showcased at “Miss You Much Leslie Exhibition” marking 20th anniversary of star’s death.

For one thing, the exclusive hang-out is going street, partnering once more with the HKwalls to bring a splash of colour – and world class artists – to Central and Sheung Wan

Clockenflap returned with a bang this weekend – mask-free – with headliners Arctic Monkeys and indie talents like Hybs and Sasha Alex Sloan ruling the crowds

The Clockenflap 2023 festival features big-name bands including Phoenix, Arctic Monkeys, FKJ, Wu-Tang Clan and the Cardigans. Find out how to get there, and more, in our extensive guide.

Music lovers missing out on Clockenflap this year shouldn’t worry – Asia has plenty of top-drawer music festivals coming up, featuring artists from Calvin Harris and Foo Fighters to The 1975

Roy Tang has wanted to be a singer since he was a child in Hong Kong. A recent appearance in a music talent competition is helping the Australian live his dream.


Blind singer and Michelle Siu talks about inclusiveness in Hong Kong schools, her rise to musical fame and her coming solo concert at this year’s Hong Kong Arts Festival.

Broadcasting from Hong Kong’s Landmark shopping mall, FM Belowground is a community radio station that aims to connect people from different cultural backgrounds and creative practices.

As two black men, Wesley Jamison and Christopher Onoja get validation on the Hong Kong hip hop scene but feel ‘impostor syndrome’ as foreigners. They counter that by putting on shows with local acts.


Stifled by Covid restrictions, many of Hong Kong’s independent musicians have spent the past three years writing music, and jamming and recording together online.


Get ready to meet a new Moon Tang – the 23-year-old Hong Kong singer talks to the Post about the song she bares all her emotions on and why her second album will be different.


Members of Canto-pop group Mirror Lokman Yeung and Anson Kong were in Vancouver to promote King Maker, the reality television singing contest that launched their own entertainment careers.

This year’s winter events leave culture vultures spoiled for choice – from Disneyland to immersive productions and an outdoor cinema, here’s where to go and get in the festive spirit

From the Rugby Sevens to Clockenflap, the return of major international events and reduced travel restrictions spell a rosier year ahead – but is it too soon to celebrate?

The Leisure and Cultural Services Department will not accept Music Nation Productions’ application to hire its venues for concerts while investigations continue.


Five digital singers blended seamlessly with soprano Eir Inderhaug, performing live, in a presentation in Hong Kong of opera Chasing Waterfalls, about our identity crisis in the digital age.

Readers urge the Hong Kong government to adopt a principles-based Covid-19 policy, argue that mask-wearing can impede communication, question the rules covering live bands, and draw attention to the need to resume full-day classes in primary schools.

Trisyo and Supa Massie, the musicians behind Afrobeat group The Afroseas, talk about their recent hit song ‘To The Boat’, breaking into the Hong Kong music scene, and sharing African culture.


Formed in the 70s, Hong Kong Canto-pop boy band The Wynners comprises Alan Tam, Kenny Bee, Bennett Pang, Danny Yip and Anthony Chan … but who’s the richest member today?