NY/UK-based electro-pop artist Blonde Maze documents her experiences and emotions through synths, bells, and sincere lyrics. She made her debut in 2015 with her EP Oceans, which told the story of her transatlantic love affair. A year later Blonde Maze released her follow-up single, Antarctica, dubbed a "glowing return" by Pigeons & Planes. After several months of writing and producing, she has released her latest single, Thunder, delivering more of her signature "gauzy electronic pop with some delicious analogue elements" (Clash Magazine). Over the last two years, Blonde Maze has played some of New York’s best indie venues and has supported international acts including Vallis Alps and Elderbrook. She has received love from notable curators and playlists including BBC1, MrSuicideSheep, Spotify's Weekly Buzz, MTV Radar, and Apple Music's Chill House. She has also charted at #18 on Spotify's US Viral 50 and #1 and #3 on Hype Machine's 'No Remixes' and 'Popular' charts, respectively.
"Try not to feel all the feels"- PAPER Mag
Clash Magazine: http://bit.ly/2gxGME9 // 'Thunder'
"Gauzy electronic pop with some delicious analogue elements" -- Clash Magazine
Pigeons and Planes: http://bit.ly/2ffwxBn // 'Antarctica'
"Marimbas, piano, and stacked harmonies are a reliable stable for the New York-based artist, but she's taken things to a brighter level on this latest track" -- Pigeons and Planes
The Deli: http://bit.ly/1NGPHKQ // 'Awake / Asleep'
"A sonic diary of the contrasting feelings and thoughts of an transatlantic traveler" -- The Deli
Paper Magazine: http://bit.ly/1JrNGNq // 'Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)'
"'Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)' is a tender, very genuine chronicle of missing the ones you love during the holidaze, complete with all the literal bells and whistles and complex synthlines that help it transcend beyond your average carol. [...] Try not to feel all the feels." -- Paper Magazine
Earmilk: http://earmi.lk/UoWWln // 'Summer Rain'
"'Summer Rain' is a chill movement through subtle vocals that lay gently across the calm and eerie productions." -- Earmilk
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