Aysha Dulong is a composer-performer who resides on the unceded lands of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations (Vancouver, Canada). They work with acoustic and electronic sounds in a hybridized model and are interested in the relationship between sound and colour, utilizing synaesthesia as a compositional tool. They are intrigued by the juxtaposition of crunch and grit with sereneness and clarity, and how this physically affects the body and manipulates the mind. Recent projects include releasing an album with composer-performer band Alien Pod, titled Merchants of Venus (2020), and a remix of gamelan works commission by Western Front New Music and Insitu Recordings (2020). Most recently, they composed for choreographer Judith Garay’s work titled travelling in clouds (2021). Their work has been presented at SFU’s School for the Contemporary Arts, Canadian Music Centre BC, and Western Front. Currently, as a part of violin and electronic duo Sapphire Haze with Cindy Kao, they are producing their debut EP. Aysha holds a BFA in music composition from Simon Fraser University as of June 2021.