One of the mellower acts to appear at last weekend's frenetic Tokyo Boredom in E.K.!!!!! fest was Hang In The Air, a Taiwanese quartet who bear more than a passing resemblance to much-missed dub/shoegaze group Fishmans. And hey: if you want to charm your way into the Tokyo music underground, copping moves from one of the most beloved acts of the '90s Japanese indie scene probably isn't going to hurt. Hang In The Air will be playing an extra date at Shibuya O-Nest this week, in support of the domestic release of their A Vast Scenery album. They're supported by eccentric indie troubadour Alfred Beach Sandal and dub aficionados Shoji Ikenaga (of Arakajime Kimerareta Koibitotachi e) and Tam Tam.