Indie, Folk, Ambient
From: Vancouver, BC, Canada

About Artist

With a voice that seamlessly captures intimacy and intensity, ADALINE'S compelling piano compositions, vulnerable lyrics, and haunting melodies have been seducing audiences since 2005.

From pulsing rock, to cabaret, to orchestral ballads, ADALINE creates meticulously crafted soundscapes where brass, strings, and vibraphone meet electric guitars and programmed percussion. Classical and pop sensibilities produce soundtracks that are both artistic and accessible. Often compared to the likes of Fiona Apple, Cat Power, and Tori Amos, ADALINE takes her place among these artists as one who is also inspired by the craft of songwriting and the power of performance.

ADALINE'S debut full length album, 'Famous For Fire', recorded at the prestigious Factory Studios and at Demitone Productions, was released on April 22nd, 2008. Showcasing the talents of over 20 Canadian musicians and produced by Scott Sanft, the album is a stunning symphonic tapestry with electronic, folk, and rock persuasions. The album has received rave reviews from critics all citing her as one of Canada's most exciting new artists and was recently placed in the "Top Echelon of Canada's Female Indie singer-songwriters" by the Vancouver Sun, the Calgary Herald, the Edmonton Journal, The Ottawa Citizen, The Star Phoenix,and the Montreal Gazette (February 2009).

Since the release, ADALINE continues to sell out Vancouver venues, has toured through Canada and has played showcases at Canadian Music Week, The Western Canadian Music Awards, and Junofest. She has shared the stage with Juno Award Winning artist, Divine Brown, Juno Nominees Eccodek and Kinnie Starr, and has shared the bill with some of the best artists in the Vancouver music scene including Bend Sinister, Dan Mangan and Hey Ocean! ADALINE was recently featured on ETalk and Much Music and has had music licensed to numerous televison programs including "Royal Pains" (USA Network), "Defying Gravity" (Fox Television), "The Best Years" (Global), and "Heartland" (CBC).

With music described "electronic Edith Piaf rock café" (Vernon Morning Star) and a performance expressed as "watching someone in the midst of some kind of massive physical and emotional release - intimate and raw and exuberant" (Vancouver Sun), ADALINE is sure to grace your music collection for years to come.

ADALINE - where sound and soul meet.

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