MESH x TICT is a cooperation of trendsetting minds shaping China’s music and social culture. With MESH as the musical platform, The Ice Cream Truck (TICT) bridges the gap to the creative community at large through captivating events and experiences: connecting the studio to an audience, the forums with the word on the streets. This Dragon Boat weekend on the rooftop, MESH x TICT is presenting two days of unique music from the most innovative artists in China. Day one we’re proud to present a DJ set by Sulumi, pioneer 8-bit electronic producer and label boss (Shanshui records).  He’ll be DJing his favorite music, a mix of influences from the past and obsessions of the moment.  Hear what feeds his genius on the roof – then catch his original creations on Sunday at the Block Party.  Support from Shanghai’s own Milan J. Day two brings Taiwanese minimal/tech producer/heartthrob Elvis T.  An expert in the science of moving a dancefloor, he’s the frontman of Acupuncture Records.  Since 2007,  Accupuncture and Elvis have been releasing heaps of quality house and techno and using it to rock legendary parties in Beijing. All this plus TICT residents Trix, Mau Mau and The Uhhh, buckets of sunshine, great drinks, and a wicked summer party vibe. And it doesn’t stop on the rooftop – we go all night, both nights.  Saturday catch a bus to the MESH opening party featuring Diplo, Wordy and V-Nutz, and on Sunday bounce to the Block Party to see China’s current and future stars going back to back at three of Shanghai’s coolest venues. Saturday, June 4th and Sunday, June 5th 2pm-11pm Free with MESH Ticket (80rmb/one day, 150/two) or 60rmb w/one drink. It goes down at Atanu, the historic Bund signal tower/lighthouse @ no.1 Zhongshan Dong Er Lu (near Yan’an Dong lu) 中山东二路1号甲近延安东路 Check the music: Elvis T (Acupuncture Records) acupuncture-records.com soundcloud.com/acupuncture-records Sulumi (Shanshui Records) soundcloud.com/sulumi shanshui-records.com Milan J (The Rhythm, SH) soundcloud.com/milan-j
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