“Alpha Go” (feat. on The 405 and Spotify’s Fresh Finds playlist) from our album R.U.R. Illustrated and animated by Sun
I Don’t Like the Comics You Drew Rap & Lyrics: Lei Lei (雷磊) Music: The Shanghai Restoration Project Animation: Lei
2017 Yinyang Music festival performance on The Great Wall of China
Listen (听) feat. Zhang Le Video by Sun Yunfan Music: Dave Liang, Zhang Le, Sun Yunfan Lyrics: Sun Yunfan Producers:
“Joke” from the album Life Elsewhere (她鄉) Video & Lyrics by Sun Yunfan (孙云帆) Vocals by Zhang Le (張樂) Clarinet
What’s Up with That? is a multimedia collaboration with music by The Shanghai Restoration Project and visuals by Lei Lei
A fun twist on six tongue teasers in the Shanghainese dialect. Featuring vocals by Zhang Le and animation by Sun Yunfan.
Animated medley of songs from our Classics release feat. Zhang Le. Video by Sun Yunfan.
Album teaser for The Classics feat. Zhang Le. Video by Lawrence Chen.
Last track from our Little Dragon Tales album featuring Zhang Le. Video by Sun Yunfan.
Music video for SRP’s “Uproar in Heaven” feat. footage from the film Shanghai Calling. Directed by Daniel Hsia.
High-energy remake of a Chinese folk tune featuring the fiddlers Brittany Haas & Lily Henley.
The Wandering Songstress (天涯歌女) feat. Zhang Le. Video by NeochaEDGE. Songwriters: 贺绿汀 (He Lüting) & 田汉 (Tien Han) The Wandering
An album inspired by old Shanghai films. Video by NeochaEDGE.
A song created from the sounds of artist Nini Sum at work.
Remake of a well known Chinese folk tune 在那遥遠的地方 with cellist Mimi Yu (尤虹文).
A collection of 12 classic Chinese Children’s songs with a modern twist featuring the voices of the Yip’s Canada Children’s
“New Tea” features the artwork from members of NeochaEDGE, a creative collective based in China. The video was edited by Benjamin
A sneak peek into SRP producer Dave Liang’s musical adventures in Tokyo.
A ten-track compilation curated by SRP and NeochaEDGE showcasing the leading independent electronic artists in China. Its release coincided with
A collaboration with American folk artist Abigail Washburn, Afterquake is an awareness album dedicated to those affected by the 2008
Worldwide advertisement for LVMH’s Flower by Kenzo perfume brand featuring the actress Shu Qi.
An album inspired by the Chinese Zodiac. Video by Radis Jensethawat.
From the album Story of a City featuring vocals by Michal Towber. Video by Don Le.
From the album The Shanghai Restoration Project featuring vocals by Dez, designer Lu Kun, and model Masson Ge. Video produced