ANGIE QQ’S MAHJONG MONEY MIX IS BEST ENJOYED WHILE SIPPING A TAIWAN BEER AND PLAYING MAHJONG
PT 1 "洗牌" : TAIWAN CHA CHA CHA / DRINKING SONGS / DISCO
PT 2 "摸牌": TAIWAN 2000s R&B
PT 3: "和了": TAIWAN HIP-HOP
I was first drawn to Mahjong because of its sound. Not just to the iconic “click clack” of tiles being “washed”, but also to the sound of beer cans splitting open, the joking laughter, the table pounding, the sighs of frustration and the winning shouts of “和了!” The sounds of Mahjong are the sounds of everyday life. In Mahjong, because there are so many roads to victory, one can easily lose sight of which path to take. You have to know when to let go and when to charge forward - but it's easy to get lost. However, when the road becomes clear and the right tile comes along, there’s no better feeling than screaming “和了” at the top of your goddamn lungs!
Mahjong is an old game but it will never need to be changed - it just needs new players to take a seat at the table. If anyone wants to play mahjong or wants to learn please DM me! Lets play.
A soundtrack to a series of art books previously released by the band, "Music from Taiwan Mystery" combines slow-paced electronic psychedelia with samples from vintage video games and film. Bandcamp Album of the Day Apr 28, 2021