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Meet Museyon: Nick Frisch

Drum Tower, Dianmenwai St., Beijing, China

Music lover and Fulbright scholar Nick Frisch went to Beijing to become immersed in China’s emerging music scene. In our guide to Music+Travel Worldwide, he shares what he learned with you. We caught up with the globe-hopping journalist for the downlow on this up-and-coming scene where Eastern and Western traditions are meeting in innovative ways. Find out more about Nick, ... Read More »

Sneak Peek: Music+Travel Worldwide

To paraphrase the late, great Otis Redding, we know you’ve been waiting. Just anticipating. Well get ready, because Music+Travel Worldwide from Museyon Guides is about to hit stores! And to show our appreciation to you, dear and patient reader, we’re giving you the chance to scope us out before the store. Thanks to the super-cool site Scribd, we’ve got an exclusive preview ... Read More »

The Scene: 2 Kolegas

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In our guide to Music+Travel, writer Nick Frisch shows you all around Beijing’s experimental music scene. And while the city is teeming with cool clubs and cool music, we’re especially feeling 2 Kolegas. The club is a no-frills dive bar located in a former drive-in movie theater, started by two friends (hence the name).  It’s a bit of a hike ... Read More »

Introducing…

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Listen up and look out … Music+Travel Worldwide is coming! The latest from Museyon Guides, Music+Travel tours the globe searching for the freshest sounds coolest scenes, and it hits bookstores this October. Visit 12 cities from Beijing to Buenos Aires, from Addis Ababa to Australia. There you’ll discover the sounds of experimental music, new cumbia, Ethiopop, art rock and much, ... Read More »

Experimental Methods

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The musical landscape of Beijing is a “weird-ass petri dish,” composer Eli Marshall tells Museyon Guide Nick Frisch. With its cheap lifestyle and cultural density, the constantly evolving city is a breeding ground for musical experimentation. Join your guide as he navigates an aural landscape that freely draws from Mongolian rockers, African DJs, American classicists, Brazilian drummers, Japanese computer musicians ... Read More »

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