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Taiwan's DJ Code Confirmed For Beijing's SOTX And LV Party In Taipei
MusicDish announced that Taiwan-based DJ Code, has been confirmed to perform for the 2014 Louis Vuitton Jewelry VIP Launch Party on 3/14 in Taipei. This is not the first time the DJ has been invited to spin for the prestigious brand, as he previously showcased his talents at Louis Vitton's Taipei launch party in 2012 alongside Chinese actress Maggie Cheung. No stranger to high-profile clients, DJ Code has also spun at launch parties for other major brands like the Armani Exchange, Aston Martin, BMW, and Hennessy, as well as produced music for prominent companies like ASUS, Lexus, Mercedes-Benz, Samsung, and Uniqlo.
DJ Code has also been confirmed for Beijing's Sound of the Xity Festival, performing at Temple Bar on April 4th as well as Yugong Yishan on April 5th with his EDM act RED City. Founded in 2011, and after two years, Sound of The Xity has established a model of parallel development of SOTX EXPO and SOTX FEST, aiming to promote Chinese music culture on the globe with internationized operating model, professional service concept and most market-oriented method.
MusicDish LLC signed DJ Code for international management and development due to his prowess as a multi-talented producer, recording and mixing engineer, and composer. He specializes in fusing traditional and modern Chinese instruments with progressive and tech house beats. His appeal as a cross-cultural artist who can appeal to a diverse audience, from music enthusiasts to trendy consumers, positions him as one of Taiwan's top DJs. His single "Buddha" from his debut EP in 2009 rose to the top 50 downloads of Beatport, the world's largest DJ music store. Recently, Love Da Records released his official remix of the single "Almost Home" from Moby's album "Innocents".
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MusicDish*China (http://china.musicdish.com) serves as a bridge between East & West, working with major acts from Taiwan (sa. Jolin Tsai, Mayday, Da Mouth) and China while developing Western acts for the Greater China market. MusicDish*China focuses on the live music segment, partnering with key events such as the Midi and Zebra festivals, while organizing major showcases in the US and Europe. MusicDish*China also provides artist development and touring for Western acts in China. It has been featured in a diverse array of press, such as FT China, China Daily, Portugal's DIF magazine, and The Beijingers' 2012 Music Issue.