Tuesday, 14 July 2015

Fiona Soe Paing

Ralph's long been a fan of the immaculate electronica produced by Fiona Soe Paing and is delighted that she's now developed a new multi-media experience that she's taking to the Edinburgh Fringe in a series of shows in The Capital's Summerhall venue. 

She's combined her stunning live vocals and electro soundtracks with animation from New Zealand artist Zennor Alexander to create a unique and surreal live performance called Alien Lullabies - Songs From A Decaying Future, which will both surprise and delight the Fringe audiences.

Portrait by Daniel Burman

Living in rural Aberdeenshire, Fiona Soe Paing has been crafting her sound since 2005. She has been collaborating on visuals for her live shows with Zennor Alexander since 2007. She has previously worked with singer/songwriter Beth Orton and was featured in the 2014 Noise Festival Showcase curated by Brian Eno, where her work was rated as “outstanding.” Following the release of her debut EP Tower of Babel she signed with Glasgow’s Hotgem, home to Machines In Heaven

Developed with a Creative Scotland Quality Production Award, Alien Lullabies will be performed at the Fringe as part of their prestigeous Made In Scotland programme, showcasing the best in Scottish performance to international audiences and promoters.

The show features tracks from the forthcoming Fiona Soe Paing album, including the recently released track Heartbeat which was praised by music blogger David McElroy of XSNoize as - "a wonderful, wonderful thing...electronic music as it should be" - The single was released on Hotgem in June alongside a video premiere via The 405.

Alien Lullabies – Songs from a Decaying Future

Fiona Soe Paing Live at Summerhall, Edinburgh

Video by Rising Edge TV

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