Madeline Spooner to Release six-song EP NAUTILUS

Madeline Spooner, an experimental electronic pop artist based out of Los Angeles will release a six-song EP, ‘NAUTILUS’

Done in collaboration with songwriter and producer/engineer, Ethan Allen (Ben Harper, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Daniel Lanois, The Cult, Sheryl Crow, Patty Griffin) an amalgam of programmed drum beats, enlightening analogue synths and super-charged bass hooks. Madeline’s EP release will be at LA’s Bootleg Theater 7/31 at 8PM, with a lineup including artists Zealyn and WRENN.

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Madeline recently completed a residency at The Satellite as well as a performance on the LA Weekly live stage at Chinatown Summer Nights. Chris Douridas of KCRW first premiered Madeline on the airwaves on his Saturday radio show. Respected music columnist Kevin Bronson (BuzzbandsLA) first debuted her single on KCSN. He wrote: “Had to Let It Go, a dreamy communiqué about shucking the weight of the world, embodies the mystical themes on the EP. With its airy flourishes and cinematic sweep, [it] has the same je ne sais quoi as the more experimental work of Marina and the Diamonds. It’s good for letting go.”

With roots as a Midwestern native, Madeline has married her early acoustic storytelling with her affection for electronic music. She draws inspiration from the non-standard pop sensibilities of artists like Pink Floyd, Peter Gabriel, and The Doors as well as the esoteric tendencies of Coco Rosie, The Knife and Kate Bush.

NAUTILUS won’t be born until the 31st but she will crown her strange, tentacled self on July 29th on iTunes and Apple Music. So you can buy the record early!

Into The Womb
Strange Brigade
Had To Let It Go
Simple As Lavender
Colored Glass
Farewell

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Coming Up Events

You can catch Madeline Sunday, July 31st at the Bootleg Theater for her EP Release Party

Bootleg Theater

2220 Beverly Blvd.

90057

Los Angeles, CA, US

www.bootlegtheater.org

 

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