Little Cold Red
Wilson Tsang is not only a singer songwriter/poet, but also a visual artist and an illustrator. Learnt to play piano in his childhood from his piano teacher mum, Wilson started self-learning in his youth. Graduated from Polytechnic University in 1991, majored in graphic design, he participated in various exhibitions and acted in assorted plays and musical performances. Recent ones include the 7th Little Asia Art Festival in September 2003 in Taipei, and as an invited guest to Macau at the WAC Festival (Worldwide Art Collective Festival) in October 2003. His other works include publishing a stories-compilation Twelve Tales in 1996, releasing his debut album Stuck in Traffic in 2002, and contributing a song for the Come Out and Play project under the local label 89268. Little Cold Red is Wilson Tsang's second album. It is an eclectic English album which collects Wilson's perspectives - you will see a miscellany of understatedness yet boldness, and a pool of folk, improvisation, rock, classical and experimental electronic. The theme is centered on time and recollections, connexions and expressions of sentiments and desires - all in a full-blown and still poetic mode...