Those old-timers don't even know how to sell out, they are simply worn out.
Except for 万晓利, who looked surprisingly younger. He performed 狐狸 from his debut and 2 songs from the second album, cooperated with a tambourine player, who he seemed doesn't really need. It didn't changed my impression of his second album much.
Brain Failure was better than just passable, they are the only Beijing punks that ever get close to sound like The Clash, though suggestive of Green Day more often.
Ruins were a scrabbled up band fronted by a popcorn singer who talked loads of nonsense before, in the middle, in between, and at the end of every song.
木马's set is totally uninteresting to me, except for 没有声音的房间 off their debut, the other songs only made me regret that I purchased their last album even more.
Then came the XTX fronted by 谢天笑. How he achieved sort of "Godfather of the Beijing underground scene" state is still a mystery to me. It's just... stadium rock in a bar.