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Whang performing with LCD Soundsystem in 2010
Portland, Oregon, United States
|Genres||Dance-punk, deep house|
|Associated acts||The Juan MacLean, LCD Soundsystem, Classixx, Shit Robot|
Nancy Whang (born 1976) is an American singer and musician known for her work with The Juan MacLean and the highly critically acclaimed rock band LCD Soundsystem. She was born in Portland, Oregon of Chinese-Korean parents. She has also recorded with Soulwax, and appears in the film Part of the Weekend Never Dies. Her work with numerous dance-punk bands has resulted in her being labeled "a sort of Loleatta Holloway figure for the DFA era." Among other artists, she was featured on Shit Robot's first album From the Cradle to the Rave in 2010. Additionally Nancy was also featured in Classixx's All You're Waiting For from their album Hanging Gardens in 2013.
- Meet and Greet: Nancy Whang of The Juan MacLean and LCD Soundsystem, posted 04/03/09, retrieved September 15, 2010
- Patrin, Nate (December 16, 2013). "The Top 100 Tracks of 2013". Pitchfork Media. Retrieved January 26, 2014.
- Nancy Whang on Twitter
- The Insider | Nancy Whang of the Juan MacLean, Alex Hawgood, NYTimes.com, March 5, 2009.
- LCD Soundsytem's Nancy Whang On The Band's Swan Song, The Longest Goodbye, Billy Gray, The Feast, Mar 28, 2011.