Emily Jeanne: resident at funke

Emi­ly Jeanne joined the Funke crew, as a new resident. 

With a musi­cal jour­ney span­ning a decade and embrac­ing var­i­ous elec­tron­ic gen­res, Emi­ly Jeanne took her ini­tial steps into the scene through CDJs in Ghent. She fur­ther grav­i­tat­ed towards tech­no, exper­i­men­tal sounds, and bass music. Her time spent in Paris, Viet­nam, and Berlin had a clear impact on forg­ing her musi­cal tastes. 

In this inti­mate inter­view with Funke, where she joins as one of the newest res­i­dents, Emi­ly Jeanne unfolds her path. She par­tic­u­lar­ly delves into how her half-Viet­namese her­itage has pro­found­ly influ­enced her artis­tic per­spec­tive, allow­ing her to stand at the cross­roads of dif­fer­ent cul­tures and defy categorization.

Read the full inter­view via the link.

There’s a clear par­al­lel between being of mixed blood and recent­ly switch­ing my musi­cal out­put a lit­tle. I don’t iden­ti­fy with just one label’, be it a nation­al­i­ty or musi­cal genre. If that makes any sense. It does to me.”

Emily Jeanne: resident at funke

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