Liang performed and discussed Himalaya Song at the 2014 EFF.
Dave Liang is the Emmy winning creator and producer of The Shanghai Restoration Project, an electronic group that combines Chinese instrumentation with hip-hop and electronica. His music has reached the top of the electronic charts and can often be heard in TV shows, radio programs, and advertising campaigns around the world. His projects have received coverage in The New York Times, NPR, BBC, and The Wall Street Journal. He has performed at the Sundance Film Festival, the American Museum of Natural History, MASS MoCA, the Hong Kong New Vision Festival and recently returned from touring in Indonesia and Japan. In addition to his production work for artists on his own label Undercover Culture Music, Liang has also worked with artists on Bad Boy, Warner, and Universal. His most recent album The Classics was featured on NPR’s All Things Considered and consists of remakes of classic 1930s Shanghai jazz standards.