The new independent station based in China brings fresh music from Asia and beyond with a mix of artist residencies and events.
“BAIHUI refers to the acupuncture point at the top of your head. A meeting point for expression, a central crossing to which music fans can open their minds to new sounds,” state the curators of BAIHUI.
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They continue, “BAIHUI is a new independent radio station gathering rich and diverse voices and connecting music communities across China.”
Slowcook, who is a resident at Beijing’s Zhao Dai Club, has previously led projects such as the Equaliser Collective which redresses gender imbalances in the music industry through workshops and parties.
She was also a regular at Brudenell Groove while living in Leeds, a charity-focused party where she played alongside friends and artists with all proceeds going to support good causes.
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