Chiasm & John Fryer - Missed The Noise (CD)
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"Working with John [Fryer] was a completely fresh experience for me that reinvigorated my passion for writing. Creating Missed The Noise was unprecedentedly fast-paced and insightful for me. I became capable of trusting my instincts and pushed my creativity forward without over-questioning. I loved what John did with each track, and we worked delightfully smoothly together in my experience. I thoroughly enjoyed the process, and am certain it has influenced how I will continue my art forever. I am so thankful." And Fryer adds, "It was extremely exhilarating working with Emileigh. As soon as I heard the vocals for the first song, everything seemed to click like all of a sudden the stars aligned, and off we went on this incredible journey and ending with the wonderfully fantastical album. "Away' is a beautiful song featuring dense, stuttering electronics and Chiasm's trademark ethereal vocals that shift into an echoing, high-pitched chorus... a massively overlooked talent in the industrial and dark electronic scene." --Synthpop Fanatic
"The Detroit-based performer has put out some austere material the past 20-something years, industrial-drenched noise explosions and implosions, but 'Away; is considerably more accessible thanks in part to her collaboration with John Fryer, producer for the likes of Depeche Mode and Nine Inch Nails.... a dramatic, hard-rubbed-synthesizer brand of electro, a Goldfrapp-meets-Grimes instrumental context for the vocals of Rohn, who at times sounds like a dead ringer for the Bangles' Susannah Hoffs." --Knoxville News Sentinel "The often dismal character of the Motor City is known for inspiring a host of instrumental techno artists, but Chiasm chooses to express her angst through very intimate and intense audio exorcisms that juxtapose her ethereal, haunting vocals and confrontational snarls with murky, minimalist industrial sounds. ... An audio diary full of electro energy and honest emotion that gives the idea of 'girl power' a whole new spin." --CMJ
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