The second hour on 18 December :Nat with the one & only Meg Lee Chin discussing the end of the world
By Nat Nollid
MEG LEE CHIN has always been a byword for cutting edge, uncompromising and incendiary new music. The onetime frontwoman for the all-female noise unit Crunch, she was also a member of the seminal industrial supergroup Pigface. Born in Taipei, Taiwan, her father was a US Air Force electronics engineer. Her mother was Taiwanese. Meg spent part of her childhood living an unusual existence.
"The Air Force placed us in the middle of a shanty town of bamboo huts until they could find us more permanent accommodation. Our house was this big, white monstrosity floating atop a sea of poverty. The building was shaped like a wedding cake with each floor getting progressively smaller toward the top. It was all surrounded by a high concrete fence with shards of broken glass at the top and an alarm system. The tiny single room on the top floor was my playroom. Not being allowed out, I felt like a princess trapped in a tower. From the balcony, I could see the whole village. The locals stared up at me" Uploaded 1 year ago -
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