Asmodelle | Transelectrix

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Transelectrix

by Asmodelle

Transelectrix is a different kind of electronic and Asmodelle is our electronic Diva! It’s Electro Funk, while some tracks are a mix of genre, comprising a hybrid of current synth sounds and sampling which at times is syncopated with an 80’s pop feel, int
Genre: Electronic: Electro
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1. What Happened to You
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2. You Laughed at me When
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3. Trans A.I. Celebration
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4. I'm Still Following
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5. Jungle Love
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6. The Hunted
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7. Down With No
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8. Hardcore Pleasure
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9. Samba in Japan
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is Asmodelle’s long awaited second album and the music is a refreshing change from previous chill-out tracks.
Some of the tracks almost have a rock electronic sound. The album is fully instrumental, with lead synths taking the vocal role, and it’s danceable but not in a mechanical way. You get the feeling that we are being piloted by a person and not a machine, for there is a human touch to this album. And that human is Asmodelle – she is a composer of fun electronica!

The album doesn’t lose energy yet there is a plenty of variety in style and tempo. It's good fun, and runs between 130 BPM to 150 BPM, so it's energetic without being too much, and is a great album for those who like all genres of electronic music.


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Sandi 'the hog'

Wow also!
I had listened to the other album by this artist and thought wow...

And this one too is like wow also!

Asmodelle has gotta be one of my favourite new artists...

Check out these CDs - the music is really WOW!

Paul Davis

Asmodelle Has Created An Album That Is Synth Pop To The Core With A Very Human E
Australian born composer Asmodelle has dedicated her life to electronic music, and is committed to help evolve the genre. Haunting, beat driven, dancable, and always unique tracks fill her latest release titled "Transelectrix". The music is perfect for those who like all different styles of electronic music. The entirely instrumental album uses synthesizers as its voice and possesses a very organic feel throughout.

New South Wales, Australia, August 8, 2011 - Former dancer and actress turned electronic music artist Asmodelle has always brought her own form of creativity to her work. Breaking into the electronic music industry after living in Japan during the early 90's, she has been a large part of the industry ever since. Over the years she has created hundreds of compositions including movie soundtracks, art installations, chill out events, and most recently albums. Her commercial success began while working with Night Star Pictures Pty. Ltd doing film soundtracks. The company has since released three of her discs. Actively involved in the Australian music scene as well as oversees, Asmodelle can be found scattered all over the world wide web in the form of pictures and teasers of her music. Released in June, 2011 "Transelectrix" is the perfect sample of her experience in the industry and the culmination of an artist who has dedicated their vast pool of talent to electronica.

Possibly the most unique thing about Asmodelle is her ability to create electronic music without it sounding too mechanical. Her samples fit into the music seamlessly and create an ambiance that doesn't feel like its being guided by a computer. Although she was taught classical music, it's difficult to tell except for her ability to improvise and use layered elements to enhance her modern sounds. Her approach to recording also reflects her love for the organic side of electronic music. Equipped with the medium Night Star Pictures studio, Asmodelle tends to use real synthesizers as opposed to software versions. She describes her recording preferences as 'old school' in that the real synthesizers and human production is crucial to her form of music. "Transelectrix" is the perfect example of an album produced by a master of their craft; an artist who has explored countless options within the vein of electronica and has created a masterpiece.

Asmodelle and Night Star Productions are currently working on a series of videos to coincide with the tracks on "Transelectrix". The video recording and also the release of an upcoming film soundtrack leaves Asmodelle with little time to book gigs, but expect the studio work to be perfectly engineered. The album can be found on virtually any online music site including iTunes and Amazon, while physical copies of the album can be found on CDBaby, CDUniverse, or her website. While you're there you can check out Asmodelle's previous releases including her chill first album "Electronic Mischief" or her thought provoking ambient release titled "Dark Universe".

I simply love this artist - yet she hasn't made it to the mainstream but I'd like to think that I, along with a few others, discovered her before the masses did!

Ellen

Amazine
Created by 1 woman - a tribute to all women.

Simply amazing music and highly original.

Pete

Love it
Love this stuff... kinda anti-pop actually.

But tis really cool stuff... thanks babe and keep it going...