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Tzusing features on Fever Ray's upcoming remix album of 'Plunge'

The Taipei-based artist provides his trademark eastern industrial vibes

  • Rylee Chow
  • 30 October 2019
Tzusing features on Fever Ray's upcoming remix album of 'Plunge'

Mysterious Swedish songwriter Fever Ray’s upcoming remix album features tracks from her two-year-old Rabid Records release called 'Plunge'. Along for the ride are an array of eclectic, left of center remixers including Björk, Paula Temple, DJ Marfox, Peder Mannerfelt and her brother from their ex-duo The Knife. The assembled remixers present a wide array of sounds and styles, with Tzusing representing the Asian experimental techno scene.

Tzusing is a Malaysian-born and Taipei-based artist who first made noise internationally about two years ago with his track 'No Primordial State' on New York's L.I.E.S. label. Over the years, Tzusing has lived between Singapore, Taiwan, China, and the US, consistently experimenting with the eastern aesthetics that have come to define his music. His exquisitely bleak style was first fully on display on his 2017 debut album ‘Invincible East’ (東方不敗) — where he blended traditional Chinese suona horn with western post-industrial music.

Listen to the tune below:

Plunge Remix will be released on December 13.

[Via Resident Advisor]

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