Biography

Anji Cheung writes and records from her home in London; drones are the basis of her eclectic output.

2010 saw two releases; the debut album ‘Ghosts of Dead Lords’ which is a transitional journey through Drone Folk, Doom and Ambient contrasts, and ‘Vessel of the Earth’ a collaborative EP with ‘Sequences’ of Belgium. The latter gained the attention of Julian Cope and an enthusiastic review on his Head Heritage website.

‘Ritual’ was released in late 2011. It’s a repetitious, minimal and meditative drone space for the minds psychedelic landscapes…purely subconscious and of the theta wave.

2012 brought the Stonemaker collaboration with Canada’s mysterious Beard Closet. Released via TVK Netlabel and referred to as ‘low end spells cast through astral projection’. These are drones made deliberately to change your consciousness.

Anji also collaborates with Jodie Cox (Narrows/Tropics) and Nick Keech and Byron Jackson (One Unique Signal/Telescopes) in Rohame. Rohame released their debut single ‘Winter [01]’ through Faux Discx Records in October 2012.

Oakseer, a live recording made on the Winter Solstice 2013 at the Sound Bunker studio can be viewed here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4FlM20lAnCU

Previously Anji was also one third of ‘The Bleeding Machines’ with Robert W. Scope (Bias Technicians) and Nick Keech; who over a five year period generated blissful humming drones amongst power electronics that melted your face clean off.

Free downloads (complete albums with artwork) available via http://anjicheung.bandcamp.com/

Edited by NickSignal on 14 Jan 2014, 20:29

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