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“This piece is trying to reflect the listlessness of seasonal depression, when lighter days feel so far away and we feel trapped inside our heads, our homes, and in the unending greyness. But the ending is a reminder that spring will always come again, that the fog we feel stuck in will melt away. There’s a lot of pressure this time of year to be cheerfully celebrating with friends and family and I wanted to honour another side of the season that is so isolating and often gets tucked away and shamed.”

Ho! Ho! Ho! Canada 10 – The Line of Best Fit

Ziibiwan and respectfulchild. (CBC Arts)

“I know I don’t want to make music that people can point at and say, ‘That’s an Oriental or an Asian sound,’ because whatever I make is going to be Asian art. So this is like — break down that idea and give you a whole new thing to listen to.” This is music that pays respect to roots and grows out of them, while grappling with totally new ideas.”

– CBC Arts: Exhibitionists