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Hong Kong’s live music scene just got cooler with the entrance of Terrible Baby (which borrows its name from a Jean Cocteau novel, Les Enfants Terribles), tucked away inside Eaton HK hotel. Sporting shades of red and retro-chic furniture, the new bar and performance venue aims to host new acts every week. Los Angeles-based funk master Sunni Colón has already made an appearance, as have the acoustic harmonies of local band Mothgown and genre-defying sets from Hong Kong-based DJ Arthur Yeti of global music collective Yeti Out. “I’d like the Terrible Baby experience to feel akin to enjoying a professionally executed performance in the comfort of your living room,” says James Acey, who bears the very cool job title of director of culture and sound. “Guests can expect comedy sets, intimate shows with internationally known musicians and more.”

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