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Montreal-based singer/songwriter Li Alin has an eclectic background, to say the least: along with being an accomplished visual artist who designs the artwork for her own releases and contributed illustrations to Alison Greene's book Iconography of Beliefs, Alin has also built mobile robotic sculptures and also created "virtual sperm banks" on the Internet. Her music also deals with the themes of reproduction, technology, and science fiction (as well as heartache, lust, and loneliness), but instead of expressing these ideas with strictly electronic music, Alin's work spans brooding, piano-driven torch songs to industrial-leaning dance music and synth-pop. Alin's decision to focus on her music — which she has described as "a dream she tries to remember" — was typically unique. While in Berlin, she contemplated committing suicide, but was talked out of it by a cocaine dealer. She then went to the Westin Grand Berlin hotel and began playing her own compositions on the lobby's piano. In her Montreal studio Nesthetik, she recorded albums that made their way to fans in Europe and Asia (she performed in China in 1999). Her music was made available on CD when Asphodel released the striking All In in spring 2006.