AtOlla
Ayapaneco

Australia                    AtOlla — Ayapaneco / Ophelia  
÷   Glam rock duo atOlla weave accents of 80's synth pop and gothic electronica into a modern day romantic fairytale. The Sydney based electronic music act, comprised of singer–songwriter Matilda Stephanie and songwriter/producer James Santos has entertained and intrigued audiences for the past three years. atOlla's highly anticipated new EP, “Lucille” is the third and final chapter of atOlla’s breakthrough musical trilogy.
Tags: #Dark–wave #Independent #Sydney #Femalevocalist #Jellyfish #Fairytale #Dream–pop #Electronic
Location: Sydney, NSW, Australia
Style: Electronic / Dream Pop
Duration: 15:36 + 16:14
Tracklist:
Ayapaneco
1. Low Tide     4:28
2. Ayapaneco     4:08
3. Silence     3:48
4. Amygdala     3:12
Ophelia
1. Naive Dreams pt.II     4:40
2. Ophelia     3:12
3. The Cave     3:42
4. The Theme     4:40

Members:
÷   Matilda Stephanie
÷   James Santos
posted by: Olinger
÷   Citing Crystal Castles and Neon Indian as major influences, Sydney duo atOlla produce deep–sea trip hop that sounds like Phantagram on codeine.  “II. Ayapaneco” comes on strong with its pancake beat and jelly swamp bass swells. Add the haunting vocals of Matilda Stephanie Paget and the fantastical production nuances of collaborator James Santos and you have a pretty intoxicating brew of gothic Electronica. :: http://sunsetintherearview.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/THE_ATOLLA
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/the.atOlla
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/atOlla
Website: http://www.atolla.net/
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/IatOllaI
By Hugh McClure | Oct 09, 2014 |
÷   When you talk about concept–driven acts, these guys take the cake. Sydney duo atOlla (Matilda Stephanie Paget and James Santos) have conceptualized themselves on "a love story about a man who drowns at sea, and is brought back to life by deep–sea dwelling bioluminescent jellyfish." From the mystical live show to their musical concepts to their overall look, everything is tied together to perfection in a fantastical package.
÷   However, all this backstory would be completely wasted if the end product, the music, was not up to scratch. They've released two EPs over the past few months, Ophelia and Ayapaneco, and with another on the way, they've been steadily developing a name for themselves.
÷   Current single "Ayapaneco" is a great representation of what atOlla is all about, a dark, quirky electronic–driven track topped off with Paget's haunting vocals. The duo cite Crystal Castles and Neon Indian as references, and I'm sure you'll find elements of both in this one.
÷   Keep an eye out for the third EP in their series, Lucille, due out shortly.
:: http://www.indieshuffle.com/atolla-ayapaneco/
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