[B3SR 034] ELOHIM – BRIDGE AND THE WALL / PIGMENTS

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Release Date: Jan 15, 2016
Cat no: B3SR 034
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Limited edition 12″ white vinyl, full color jacket with spine, paper inner sleeve, shrink wrap for delivery.

$17.00

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Product Description

Los Angeles artist Elohim is in top form with “Bridge and the Wall” and the elegantly emotive “Pigments”.

A classically-trained pianist and skilled songwriter, Elohim has planted herself firmly among the top new artists to watch proven by the one-two punch success of debut singles “She Talks Too Much” and “Xanax,” which together saw a release in summer 2015 as a AA-side 12″ via B3SCI Records.

Elohim has also collaborated with rap phenom and former Odd Future member Casey Veggies on track “All That Gold” of which she has remixed herself and which has seen support from the prestigious BBC Radio 1.

Combining the strengths of both previous singles, “Bridge and the Wall” solidifies Elohim as a force to be reckoned with trailblazing an unmatched brand of forthright, melancholic pop. If you didn’t know before, now you do.

TRACK LIST

1. Bridge and the Wall
2. Pigments

Release Info

TRACK LIST

1. Bridge and the Wall
2. Pigments

Press

“Los Angeles-based artist Elohim is in possession of a glacĂ© voice” – The FADER

“LA’s brightest new hitmaker” – NME

#1 on NYLON’s ‘Must See Acts’ at CMJ 2015 – NYLON

“a big, catchy song” – Stereogum

“this girl’s clearly in control” – Noisey (Vice)

“luscious electro-pop production ” – Pigeons & Planes

“we are thoroughly addicted to her sugar-sweet tones, real life lyrics and upbeat pop-fuelled electronic beats” – Wonderland Magazine

“sensitive to multi-facets and omnisciently as her name suggests. She sings, mixing raw emotions and technical instrumentals” – SOMA Magazine (feature in Fall 2015 Fashion issue)

“Los Angeles is home to a great many pop entities, but few are as instantly incendiary (as Elohim)” – The Line of Best Fit

“one of the most impressive debut tracks of the year” – Crack in the Road (on “She Talks Too Much”)

“electro-pop gem” – Idolator

Dimensions 12.25 x 12.25 in

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