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Throughout Melbourne-based artist Sui Zhen’s discography and performances, the experimental pop and performance artist has zoomed in on the intersections between human life and technology – how to exist in the digital age, as well as the ways in which we risk losing true sight of ourselves in the process. She released her debut album in 2012, Two Seas, however it was her 2015 release Secretly Susan, drawing on dub, lounge and bossa nova influences, exploring digital life’s myriad intersections with the real, that bolstered Sui Zhen’s reputation in the industry as a storyteller and compelling lyrical artist. Losing, Linda is Sui Zhen’s third album and it pairs her signature inquisitiveness with a surreal electronic pop that possesses a dreamlike quality.

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