Club Niubi presents: Re-TROS and Pet Conspiracy touring in November

november tour

The first large-scale Club Niubi tour starts on 14th of November presenting two strong Chinese bands. Re-TROS plays dark indie rock with post-rock and electro influences. Pet Conspiracy brings punk, electro and performance to the stage. Club Niubi tour will cover a total of ten cities across Europe.

14.11. Stockholm, Nalen (Re-TROS & Color Dolor)
15.11. Helsinki, Kuudes linja
16.11. Tampere, Klubi
17.11. Tallinn, Rockstars
21.11. Copenhagen, Rust
24.11. Zurich, Pupup
25.11. Basel, F A K T
28.11. Geneve, Motel Campo
29.11. Madrid, Taboo
30.11. Bologna, Senza Filtro


Re-TROS was formed in 2003 and soon became a sizzling band in Beijing, China. Re-TROS see themselves as a return to a lost authenticity and want to embrace the basic values from the bygone post-punk era. Once you take the first sip of Re-TROS music, you will find it easily they are inspired by the 70’s post-punk ancestors like Bauhaus, Joy Division and Gang of Four. Their music is a renewal of post-punk incorporated with synthesizers and evocative melodies. Their debut EP Cut Off! was released in November 2005 and they have frequently toured in Eastern Asia, United States, Europe and Australia. Re-TROS is known as an excellent live band and has gained high appreciation from audiences all around the world.

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Pet Conspiracy (CN/IT)

China’s best electro band of the year 2010, Pet Conspiracy has made several successful tours in Europe. The original singer of the band, Helen Feng, visited Club Niubi tour on October with her new band called Nova Heart. After her retreatment from the band in 2009, Pet Conspiracy started to make a new rise in the ranks hiring two Italian members, the singer Mary and electro musician Edon. Pet Conspiracy guitarist Huzi has affected Beijing’s underground music scene since the early 1990’s. At that time, he played alternative folk in a cult band called X-Doctor.


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