ShowBiz Spotlight: Asian Blood by Tarah Who?

This week on ShowBiz, and especially since International Women’s Day just passed, we are turning our spotlight to artists who have put in all their effort to portray the feelings that a woman artist goes through in her career.

We are spotlighting the rock duo Tarah Who? who has previously entertained and inspired us with several hit tracks such as “Supposedly, A Man,” “Bad Time,” and “Push Me”. We at ShowBiz blog have been big fans of they always make sure to send a message in each of their tracks.

Asian Blood” is the latest one by Tarah Who? and this two-minute rock production is simply amazing! It is inspired by the underground feminist punk movement “Riot grrrl” that began during the early 1990s. This track is all about getting old as one progresses through life, which is a normal thing, but in the entertainment industry, this is a big deal because the industry could be unjust to artists – especially women – who feel they need to look younger all the time.

Tarah has come up with the right words in this track that goes...

‘’Strange feeling that fear of getting old

It’s not the wrinkles I’m so scared of
I’ve been blessed by Asian Blood
But where is time, going?’’

She sings about Asian Blood that keeps her young, but she continues to wonder where the time goes. That truly is a paradox, isn’t it? 

Now, let’s talk about “Tarah Who?” - this is the LA-based power duo of Tarah Carpenter and drummer/backing vocalist Coralie Hervé who are the brains behind the ‘Asian Blood’ track. Joining forces with Norm Block (L7, Alain Johannes, Girl Friday) and Jesse Cannon (The Cure, The Misfits, Limp Bizkit), who mixed and mastered the track, we at ShowBiz blog are without a doubt sure that the track will take Tarah Who?’s popularity to a whole new level. 

We listened to ‘Asian Blood’ on Spotify as it is available in US and UK. We learned that a music video is all set to release soon as well! If you are also waiting to see the video like us, be sure to connect with Tarah Who?’ by connecting on their website. You can also connect with the duo on Instagram – Tarah Who?.


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