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“Visual Moon” plays China

Mongolia’s first J-rock (Japanese rock) and Visual Kie genre band, “Visual Moon” left for Beijing, China on July 24, to participate in a music festival. The band will return in mid-August, after taking a part in the festival held on August 2 to 5 and performing for Chinese Visual Kei fans.

Visual Kei is distinguished by its focus on elaborate hair, make-up and costumes over genre. Born in Japan, the styles are avant garde and a wild mix of cultures and fashion eras.

“Visual Moon” was formed on February 14, 2009, Valentine’s Day. The band consists of five members: lead singer, Temuulen; guitarist, Temuujin; bass guitarist, Kazuya: solo guitarist, Buyanaa and drummer Tumee. Temuulen and Temuujin are twins, adding even more interesting dynamics to the band.

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