Artemis

Artemis

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Electronic - Trip Hop | Oakland, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 366   
Member Since: 2003
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Truth (by Artemis : Divasonic)

'Truth' is the first collaboration and release by the duo, with Artemis writing and singing and Lynda Arnold (aka Divasonic) handling the electro...

Auralei EP

"Grown-up electro-pop, trip-hop that doesn't sound like 1993"

- Steve Lawson

The Auralei EP is an 8-song glimpse of future...

Undone

Breathing a rich dose of soul into the cool digital world, electronica artist Artemis cooks up seductive sonic concoctions, deftly weaving poetry and...

Orbits

Artemis' sultry and sensuous vocals from her most popular tracks are remixed by outstanding producers from around the globe spanning a wide variety...

Gravity

Artemis' husky, heavenly alto floats over dreamy organic soundscapes and smart, dynamic beats. Combining elements of trip-hop, drum and bass...

Auralei EP

Pop - Alternative

"Grown-up electro-pop, trip-hop that doesn't sound like 1993" - Steve Lawson The Auralei EP is an 8-song glimpse of future and past, including 3 tracks from the upcoming full-length release Body of Glass, 3 remixes of songs from Gravity, and 2 additional new tracks. Featuring collaborations with fellow RTFM artists Bobby Cochran (Hands Upon Black Earth), Daniel Berkman (Colfax), and Michel Jordan (Mijo / Sensor II), the EP explores new territory for Artemis. "Auralei" and "Ella" are rich with washy guitars, live drums and dreamy production. "Easy" forays into downtempo dub laced with sparkly guitar licks, and the Colfax remix of "Here and Now" is a spacious analog dance mix pulsing with intricate, layered vocals. "Seven" is a darker, syncopated tribal rock piece featuring a call and response between spoken word and Eastern European-style soaring melodies. Artemis drummer Cliff Tune and Sensor II contribute a thumping breaks mix of "Lagoon" graced with alien-pitched vocals. The Klangperle remix of "Hypno" is a beautiful late-night tech/house version of this deep and driving song. Jimmy 2 Sticks (aka Daniel Durrett) glitchy ambient remix of "Subterranean" is a sneak peak at upcoming collaborations between Artemis and this talented newcomer to the RTFM gang. The cover artwork was created by Second Life art giant AM Radio, using an image from an antique piece of fabric handed down from Artemis' grandmother, layered over his own handpainted tile. Future image and video collaborations are in the works...

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