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Gong Gong Gong 工工工


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    Some Kind of Demon 某一種惡魔
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    Notes Underground 地下日記
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    The Last Note 最後的音符
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    Ride Your Horse 騎你的馬
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    Moonshadows 月後殘影
工工工 (Gong Gong Gong) is the duo of Tom Ng and Joshua Frank. Formed in 2015 in Beijing, China, they make music from the sparest of means: one guitar and one bass, interweaving riffs and rhythms to create forward-charging, drummerless grooves.
Their inspirations extend from Bo Diddley to African and Southeast Asian folk music, psychedelic drone, and the structures of electronic music.
Together, the duo explore the concept of “phantom rhythm”—between their two instruments, an aura of ghostly snare hits emerges over a thumping low-end pulse. Atop this framework, Ng sings in his native Cantonese, recounting tales of absurdity and fragmented visions.
Active members of the Chinese music underground, Gong Gong Gong have nonetheless remained an anomaly—outsiders who call Beijing their home. (Ng is from Hong Kong, Frank is Canadian, but both have made music in the city for a decade). They’ve performed in underpass tunnels (captured on DÌXÌA BEIJING), in subterranean art spaces (WǓHÒU SHANGHAI) and on 40 year-old, weathered gear in a Hong Kong high-rise practice studio (The President Piano Co. Tape). The band are founding members of the record label Rose Mansion Analog, which includes their other projects, Hot & Cold, the Offset: Spectacles, and Love Research Institute.


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