Upcoming Live Performances

Friday, Apr 17, 9:00PM

What: April 17th: 'Listen Up' at the Fringe Club w/ 'Very Ape' and 'The Hungry Ghosts'
Fringe Club. 2 Lower Albert Road, Central
Price: $100

Friday, Apr 24,

What: April 24th: 'Underground' gig in Shenzhen. More info later.
Where: Shenzhen somewhere...
Price: $100

Friday, May 22, 8:30PM

What: Rock Faces

Come see the best of the best of Hong Kong's talent.

'The Icarus Flightplan'

'The Sinister Left'

'Tai Tai Alibi'

'The David Bowie Knives'
Where: Fringe Club. 2 Lower Albert Road, Central

Tai Tai Alibi

Tai Tai Alibi

Date Formed: December 2007
Location: Hong Kong
Description: Tai Tai Alibi are four friends who grew up in Hong Kong; Tim Hills(vocals/guitar), Chris Collins (lead guitar/backing vocals) and Matt Cartwright (drums) started the band in October 2007. Old school friend Rafe D'Aquino took up bass duties at the beginning of this year.

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The Old Bailey Sessions EP

The Old Bailey Sessions EP

Genre: Alternative Rock

Release Date: 2008

Record Label: Old Bailey Records


Words and Music by Tim Hills
Arrangements by Tai Tai Alibi

Vocals - Tim Hills
Electric and Acoustic Guitars - Chris Collins and Tim Hills
Bass Guitar - Alex Majoni
Drums - Matt Cartwright

Produced, Engineered and Mixed by Chris Collins
Executive Engineer: Jeremy Adamson

Recorded at CMC studios and Hubert's.
Mastered by Kent Poon at 'Design w Sound'


 Title ListenDownloadDescriptionsLyrics
1.A Little More EmptyEnglishListen (4:25)   
2.AutocratEnglishListen (5:22)   
3.StrawmanEnglishListen (4:54)   
4.CycleEnglishListen (3:56)   
5.A Million Miles AwayEnglishListen (4:18)   
6.Lost In YouEnglishListen (4:19)   
English-English Mandarin-Mandarin Cantonese-Cantonese Instrumental-Instrumental



Tai Tai Alibi have consistently-impressed local audiences with their moody/catchy songs, remarkable musicianship and professional attitude. They have played many highly publicised gigs -such as The Underground, HK Live, Listen Up, Global Battle of the Bands, BC Unplugged, Mark-1 band showcase- and venues such as HITEC, the Fringe Club, the Cavern, Club Cixi and the Wanch.

Most recently, Tai Tai Alibi opened for the Manic Street Preachers in front of almost 2000 people at HITEC, Kowloon Bay. They plan a full length album release later this year.

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