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​Slowcook and Knopha announce new radio station, BAIHUI

The independent station launched on Sunday

  • Gemma Ross
  • 22 June 2021
​Slowcook and Knopha announce new radio station, BAIHUI

Slowcook and Knopha, two artists from China, have announced their new radio station: BAIHUI.

The new station launched on Sunday alongside the pair's friend Matt, with hosts from Canada’s Yu Su, Beijing’s DJ Zhuozhuo, Hong Kong’s Mr. Ho, and more.

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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.

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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.

Tune in to BAIHUI here, and follow the new station on Instagram.

Gemma Ross is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter

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