MoShang on his music and Oyster Bay

I asked MoShang Zhao to offer up some comments about his music and the experience of playing at Oyster Bay in anticipation of Thursday night’s show.  Here’s what he had to say (edited to remove the third person reference):

I am a sound jeweler living in Taiwan.  I collect rough audio diamonds from the streets of Taiwan (be they overheard conversations, street-ads blared from the ubiquitous blue-trucks, street processions or funeral chants) and fuse them with traditional Chinese instruments and laid-back beats to create a unique blend of downtempo electronica that I like to call Chinese Chill.

With Oyster Bay, Morris Vig has created an environment that is incredibly supportive of the creative arts in SL. I love performing at Oyster Bay for the oppurtunity to be surrounded by the creativity of others, as well as to perform to an audience that appreciates the arts as much as Morris does.

Can’t wait for the show!

Daedalus on this week’s HIDDEN STARAX!

Daedalus Young offers his view of this week’s HIDDEN STARAX! pieces. I love his unique perspectives. First, Drowned:

And now, the rideable Pegasus. This may be my favorite shot of his from the whole show. There’s such a sense of fun and adventure in this photo:

HIDDEN STARAX! has been such a treat. Everyone seems to take in the show at a different level. Some enjoy filling up their inventories with the freebies, some come for the rare pieces….and some, like Daedalus, use the ever-changing nature of the show to stretch their SL photography skills. Whatever your reason, enjoy the experience!