London-born Chinese-Malaysian multidisciplinary producer and writer Flora Yin-Wong works with field recordings, dissonance, and influences from contemporary club culture. On her releases she boldly experiments with software and processing, densely layering original samples – traditional instruments like yangqin, gamelan reongs and tsurigane bells – with granular synthesis and electronic production. Her work touches on existential themes of death, transmission and rebirth. She was featured on the pivotal PAN compilation mono no aware, and in 2021 released the album and book Liturgy on PAN and Primary Information, a companion of sorts to her album Holy Palm.
At Unsound she will present Blinding Utterance, a piece that blurs the line between performance and reading, on the subject of Noh masks, and in particular the Deigan mask: woman turning into a demon.