Halina Rice is a London-based electronic musician and AV artist renowned for her vivid and eclectic style, using multiple effects and sampling to create original and experimental sounds.  Uniting elements of ambient, electronic, percussive and bass music, her sound ranges from evocative and melancholic soundscapes to beat-driven, punchy tracks.

 

Rice’s first album REDUX was released via independent label Blurred Recordings in 2017 to positive press reviews and radio play, described by FM Magazine as “a credible and exciting avant-electronic pearl” and in Clash magazine as a “world of fragmentary beauty”. Lead track ‘DRIVE’ was remixed by electronic pioneer Richard Norris.

 

Crossing boundaries between music and art Rice’s live performance focus is on bringing visuals and music together to create an immersive audience experience utilising live projections and abstract graphics.

 

 

Photography by MIchael Robert Williams