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Taipei, Taipei, Taiwan | INDIE

Taipei, Taipei, Taiwan | INDIE
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TAIPEI, Taiwan -- Taiwanese music will again blast this year's the International du Disque et de l'Edition Musicale (MIDEM), which will open Jan. 24 in the French resort of Cannes.
This year, the world's largest music industry trade fair will feature various Taiwanese artists, including Golden Melody Awards winner Crowd Lu, Panai and Mavis Fan.

All three will discover France's musical scene for the first time.

Crowd Lu is something of an internet sensation, a relative unknown before an in-studio spoof of Russian tenor Vitas at Hit FM led this video to register more than a million hits. He broke onto the music scene in 2006, releasing a series of three consecutive singles that sold upwards of 15,000 copies apiece.

His songs were nothing complicated nor especially deep, instead, dedicated to things that easy going college students may identify with such as breakfast, or the boredom associated with of living in a men's dorm.

MIDEM offers access to thousands of professionals from the record, live music, publishing, digital and mobile and branding sectors from more than 90 countries.

It is the third time in 14 years that Taiwanese bands will perform at the Midem. In 2009, the GIO arranged for Sodagreen, Taiwan Soul and Dream T to perform in Cannes.
- The China Post


"Pacunaino ci Mamispingi no Chou" - Audio CD released

"U&I" (single) - For UNI radio station

"Ma Zu Zhi Guang" (Single) - For Daosim Festival
" EXPO Shanghai China" - For Taiwan Pavilion



Meet CHOUGIRLS. An all-new girl group whom are all descendants of the ancient Chou Tribe. Under the leadership of Kao Hui Chun, the group released their first album called 'Chou'. A two year effort containing a collection of 11 songs with pop music elements composed by the girls themselves. Three of which were written in Mandarin whilst the others were written using their own native 'Chou' language.