Some sad news came in this week. The super team behind SuperColorSuper are possibly closing their doors to bringing international acts to Korea, mainly due to lack of support and awareness of the fabulous artists. This will mean no more access to artists like Gold Panda, Four Tet or CocoRosie (to name just a few of the phenomenal artists SCS have brought to Korea in the last few years).

One of the possible final international acts brought to you by SCS will be No Age, the awesome American post-punk duo with a strong following within the LA indie music scene.  Influenced by everyone from the Ramones to My Bloody Valentine, No Age’s addictive sound has spread worldwide, aided by the release of three albums and subsequent tours.

To celebrate No Age corrupting the speakers at Rolling Hall in Seoul next Saturday we have been given TWO pairs of tickets for Chincha readers to get their hands on. For the chance to win simply leave a short comment below this post, in answer to the following question:

What’s the best live gig you’ve been to in Korea and why?

Two comments will be selected at random and the winners will be announced next Wednesday.

If you don’t win you should buy a ticket anyway because it’s sure to be one hell of a party.

For more details on the No Age gig, check out SuperColorSuper’s website. Future remaining SCS international events are Blonde Redhead and Asobi Seksu. To help prevent international closing, see what you can do to help keep the live music scene on fire here.

Images: SuperColorSuper


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