CONCERT: Thursday, 9pm, 576 Alvarado Row
TALKBACK: Friday, 12pm, Okada lounge
Talkback will be a casual lunch with the band members to talk about their experiences with the realities of professional music and art life, Asian Americans in contemporary music and media, and breaking into the pop music industry.
tina-hanaé – [NYC]
is a four piece band from Queens, NY, drawing on shinto x eco futurism to combine strings, electronics, and taiko drum to create music that's been described as «Princess Mononoke meets pop.» The Asian American womxn artists of tïna-hanäé explore the intersections of ecological and social realms in their work. They have performed with Dark Matter and Japanese Breakfast, as well as most recently at the Brooklyn Museum for their feminist gala honoring Judy Chicago. Their debut EP, End to Begin, is forthcoming this Spring of 2018. tïna-hanäé translates to “we are in the process of blooming.”
Sabine Holler — [Berlin | Brazil]
is a Brazilian singer/songwriter, guitarist and producer. Her sound travels through genres of alternative, experimental and pop music. With the use of pedals, loops and samples she builds up hypnotic layers of sounds harmoniously setting the perfect environment for an emotional and visceral singing.
Both events are free and open to students with SUID.
Note: this will be a pro people of color, woman/femme, disabled, low-income, queer/trans space. The safety and wellness of our community is our first priority, and people violating these values will be asked to leave. Concert venue is wheelchair accessible with an all-gender bathroom. Email accessibility concerns to [email protected]
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Much thanks to our generous cosponsors: 576 Alvarado Row, ASSU Undergraduate Senate, Stanford Concert Network, Okada, Stanford Asian American Activism Committee.