Taiwanese Producer Jing Deconstructs Techno Tropes On ‘Go’

It's new on Steve Bicknell’s 6dimensions label...

Taiwanese producer Jing seems to approach electronic music from a somewhat idiosyncratic angle.

The musician crafts short stories, and then writes music to convey them, translating their themes and narratives into sound.

De-constructing techno tropes and re-arranging them as she wishes, Jing conjures the cinematic while embracing deeply personal aspects.

New EP 'Adularescence' arrives on February 6th via Steve Bicknell’s 6dimensions label, and it's a fascinating release marked by an astute painterly touch.

Clash is able to premiere new cut 'Go' and it has a deft minimalist feel, one that nonetheless contains some astonishingly unusual sounds.

Off piste production meets a coherent emotional message, you an check out 'Go' below.

Pre-order Jing's 'Adularescence' EP HERE.

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