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Rainbow Chan's sounds of then

Sydney-based artist's new album "Stanley" pays homage to Hong Kong

Growing up in Australia, Chan became fascinated by "odd sounds and textures," as well as the "deeper and richer sonic palette" offered by electronic music, as well as contemporary music-making and recording techniques.

HONG KONG -- There's a sense of nostalgia permeating Sydney-based artist Rainbow Chan's latest collection of songs "Stanley" that feels very much in and of the moment.

It is captured in the packaging, which presents the music in the style of an old-school cassette tape with a flash drive enclosed -- a temptation for those still tempted by the idea of a physical purchase rather than the now-standard music via streaming. 

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