Artemis' husky, heavenly alto floats over dreamy organic soundscapes and smart, dynamic beats. Combining elements of trip-hop, drum and bass, breakbeat and poptronica, Artemis fuses a hybrid sound that can take you from a rocking club to a late night lounge and everywhere in between. Breathing a rich dose of soul into the cool digital world, electronica artist Artemis brews up seductive sonic concoctions, deftly weaving poetry and pure emotion into psychoacoustic landscapes both otherworldly and pulsing with vivid organic life. With her roots in classical and folk music, training in vocal traditions from several corners of the globe, and an ear for innovation, Artemis puts electronic music's limitless spectrum to bold use. Her style ranges from sparse and sparkling to richly symphonic, blending elements of downtempo, triphop, drum and bass, breakbeats, and electro-pop to create a potent fusion set ablaze with siren vocals as riveting as they are intimate. Artemis is joined by fellow founding members of bay area electronic artist collective RTFM for live performances featuring Artemis on vocals and flutes, David Earl on keyboards, Keith Crusher on programming and live effects, Daniel Berkman on handsonic percussion, kora, gravichord and atmospheric guitar, Rena Jones on cello and violin and Cliff Tune on V-Drums. The team has been orbiting the indie rock and electronic music scene together for several years, since their inception as collaborators in Omnicircus' robotic operatic ensemble Deus Machina. Bound by a passion for music and performance to transcend boundaries, the RTFM posse produce a truly unique and stunning aural and visual experience which breaks ground in live electronic music. With Artemis' sibylline lyrical vision and electrifying voice at the helm, and a crew of extraordinary musicians and sound designers welding an undeniable synergy, audiences are taken on an inspiring and unforgettable journey.
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