Fifi Rong | Radar – Music Week (Under The Bridge, London) Live Review
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Radar – Music Week (Under The Bridge, London) Live Review

Fifi Rong was exceptional. Going to a show and experiencing something your mind can’t quite comprehend (but is still convinced is absolutely awesome) is one of the greatest experiences music has to offer. Fifi Rong’s set is a sumptuous amalgam of heavy bass-based beats, eye-popping visuals that brought to mind the abstract CGI feeds from the Hatsune Miku opera TMMP reviewed in Paris, theatrical and deeply detailed costuming, and a vocal that was flawless (bar the rarest and most insignificant slips) despite Rong’s admitted nervousness. Fifi Rong won me over from note one, and kept a significant proportion of the venue’s inhabitants entranced for the duration – a real and effortlessly-earned achievement.

 

Read the full review http://themusicalmeltingpot.com/2015/02/27/live-review-naomi-scott-fifi-rong-geovarn-princess-slayer-jungle-doctors-bella-figura-under-the-bridge-london-2622015/#more-4227

 

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