(PRWEB) November 05, 2013
The Australian electronica composer known as Asmodelle has released her latest LP record album, titled, “Grooveatropolis.” The album has been released on the Night Star Pictures music record label. It is comprised of 10 original electronic dance music tracks for an approximate total listening time of over an hour. It has an approximate average tempo of 138 beats per minute, making for a vivacious and upbeat collection of EDM music. “Grooveatropolis” is a modern EDM record with all the qualities of contemporary house music, as well as one which retains those traits familiar to longtime fans of the genre.
“Grooveatropolis” (or “groove metropolis”) is the fifth full-length record from Asmodelle and her first dance album. She cites as main artistic influences artists such as Armand Van Helden, Joris Voorn, Paul Oakenfold, and Dave Pearce. Her official website also mentions Brian Eno, Tangerine Dream, Boards of Canada, Massive Attack, and Aphex Twin. As a result of this broad musical interest, she creates music in-between usual categories. Her songs often cross the borders of electronica music with “chillout,” ambient, house, trance, and experimental tracks.
A former dancer, Asmodelle is a classically trained musician who began composing original music after spending time in Japan's burgeoning EDM scene in the late 1990s. Since that time, Asmodelle has written and produced over 300 original songs for film, art, events, clubs, and music releases. One of her instrumental tracks received the AIMVA's Best Independent Music Video Award in 2012. Much of her music is recorded live. She often creates her samples personally and uses physical synth instruments as well as virtual ones.
In addition to her successful music career, Asmodelle is also an artist, performer, model, and actress.
“Grooveatropolis” by Asmodelle is available online worldwide.
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