Los Angeles artist/producer Elohim has released the brand new single “Skinny Legs.”
“Skinny Legs” is a riveting 5-minut electronic journey, dripping in unabashed confidence that mirrors Elohim’s meteoric rise over the last year. Showcasing her smart, bombastic production work and complex layered arrangements, the track is a bold statement for the fast rising producer.
This single comes on the heels of a collaboration with Chicago duo Louis The Child titled “Love Is Alive (ft. Elohim).” The Ultra Music release featured Elohim as a co-producer, co-writer, and featured vocalist.
Late 2016 was marked by the release of new single “Hallucinating,” which Wonderland Magazine coined “Mariachi meets new-wave.” The track’s Megan Park-directed official video, which debuted with Interview Magazine, brims with stellar cinematography, vibrant color palettes. “Hallucinating” and its alternate ‘Mariachi Version’ are also released on limited edition 7″ yellow vinyl via B3SCI.
Having toured alongside acts such as Louis The Child, Jai Wolf, Gryffin, and Eden, and following a *SOLD OUT* homecoming show @ Echoplex, Elohim brings her show to wider audiences in Spring/Summer 2017 with a run of major festival dates that include Coachella, Firefly, Lollapalooza, Lightning In A Bottle, and more.
Elohim’s self-titled debut EP was released in 2016 via B3SCI Records, and was available on limited edition CD and gatefold 12″ vinyl.
A classically-trained pianist, Elohim first debuted with “She Talks Too Much” and “Xanax,” which saw a release as a 12″ via B3SCI Records. Elohim followed with a second 12″ via B3SCI featuring the exuberant “Bridge and the Wall” and elegantly emotive “Pigments,” which was released alongside a NERDIST-approved interactive video.
Elohim has also forged notable rap/hip-hop collaborations, dropping tracks with former Odd Future member Casey Veggies on track “All That Gold” (of which she remixed herself) and a new Darnell Williams single alongside Denzel Curry.
Elohim is a top emerging artist to watch, and a game-changer in forward-thinking electronic music, twisting the genre and its live execution in ways few others have dared.