Melbourne producer / musician Amarevois is perhaps best known in EDM circles for her soaring vocals on Scrambler's seminal breakbeat epic 'Free' released in 2002 on the EQ grey label, initially as part of Phil K's underground smash compilation Balance 004 [EQCD007] and later on Vinyl [EQ12017] which featured an extended acappella version and the fantastically twisted 'Class of '95 reunion' remix by Lo Step.
Amarevois' music covers a range of styles and textures and her alternatively intimate and explosive compositions have earned her several awards, including the 1993 ATOM award for Best Original Soundtrack (for the film Room of Time) the 1996 Aquarium Live Performance Award, Top 10 finalist in the 2007 Music Oz awards and winner of the 2009 Melbourne Fresh award for unsigned artists.
Amarevois' current project for 2014, the first on her own label, is the concept album Oraculum, based on her cyber-punk sci-fi opera Neolithica, which chronicles the adventures of the oracle Locus Pyre as she travels through time and space. Ecstasis is the first single from the album and follows the release earlier this year of the evocative Oraculum Prologue, a six part online micro-fiction / soundscape / spoken word series, which is made up of vignettes from the world of Neolithica.
A multi-discipline artist, Amarevois wrote, produced, directed and designed the visual feast for the official Ecstasis music video, which showcases her many talents and brings together her various artistic and philosophical interests. The single was produced, recorded and mixed by Amarevois at her studio Azimuth Arts in Melbourne, Australia.
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"How do you describe Amarevois? With difficulty. Its hard to pigeonhole her, because she does it all. She's a great singer, a great musician, a great producer, a great songwriter and a great visual artist. Her music is an ambient landscape, imbued with orchestral elements and a menacing, compelling depth. Listening to Amarevois' music is like being gently bathed in swirls of dreamy complexity. It takes you on a vast, inexpressible journey" - Sean Hegarty [author of Sonata for Unfinished Yelling]