Abrasion turns into catharsis in ‘funeral’, as OHYUNG & lucy liyou dance in the shadows between pop and noise.
In ‘funeral’, wind chimes float like the breath of the wild before making way for blown-out distorted drums and a gentle soliloquy.
Respect Our Elders is a showcase of intergenerational solidarity - a celebration of the wisdom, resilience and patience of our community in face of the anti-Asian Racism we are facing.
Taking place as a fundraiser livestream on 20 June, we'll showcase 4 collaborations between artists of different generations, hoping through the process to pay homage to our elders - who've carved a path for our generation to walk on, who've stood strong in the face of prejudice for so long.
In Lin’s hands, the traditional pipa is rejuvenated with a futuristic, cyberpunk energy allowing it to withstand the tests of time.
Chloe Yu Nong Lin is from Taipei, Taiwan. This album was recorded in Chicago and released through Monastral, a creative arts label.
For our first long-form Teahouse interview, we could not be more excited to present our special guest, who the whole crew are massive fans of: the incredibly talented OHYUNG, experimental rap artist and film score producer based in Brooklyn, NYC.
Look out for their upcoming performance in Eastern Margins presents: ‘Respect Our Elders’ broadcast in collaboration with Boiler Room, airing June 20th.
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