I’m thrilled to announce that I'll be playing South by Southwest 2018. This will be my first trip to Austin, and I’m very excited about it! I'm playing Wednesday, March 14 at 8pm sharp at the Iron Bear as part of Glamglare’s official SXSW showcase. For more info or to RSVP, please click HERE. Let me know if you’re going to be in Austin for the festival!
In other news, my recent sound design work has come to fruition. I designed several of the midi synth presets available in the newest, long-awaited version of Ableton Live (Ableton Live 10). Ableton is an electronic music software and hardware company based in Berlin. My sounds are featured in the new “Synth Essentials” soundpack.
Lastly, stay tuned for lots of new music this year! The trailer for my forthcoming self-produced album MOTHERSHIPis available HERE.
In the meantime, keep your eyes and ears open for some surprise collaborations I’ve been working on!
As always, thank you for all of your support.
With love & gratitude,
As part of Brookladelphia's "OK Computer" 20th Anniversary tribute project, here is IASA's cover of Subterranean Homesick Alien.
Produced + engineered by I AM SNOW ANGEL. Guitar by Charlie Rauh. All other instrumentation and programming by I AM SNOW ANGEL. Mixed by Jason Cummings. Mastered by Jeff Lipton at Peerless Mastering, Boston MA. Assistant mastering engineer: Maria Rice.Album Art by Dani Mari.
Originally performed by Radiohead. Written by Philip James Selway, Colin Charles Greenwood, Edward John O'Brien, Thomas Edward Yorke, Jonathan Richard Guy Greenwood.
"Keep You Out" was chosen as the soundtrack for a fashion short featuring Laura Siegal's FW17 collection, directed by Jessica Yatrofsky for Vogue Runway!
Watch the video by clicking HERE or clicking on the photo below.
Have you seen Youth in Oregon yet? It premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival last spring and opened in theaters nationwide earlier this month. (It also is available on iTunes and on-demand.) My original song, Fever, is featured in the movie, which stars Frank Langella, Billy Crudup, Christina Applegate and Josh Lucas. If you're looking for an intense family drama/comedy, check it out!
Otherwise, here's what I've been up to:
In December, I spent two weeks alone in a cabin in the Adirondack Mountains writing and recording my next full-length album. I CANNOT WAIT to share this with you. Stay tuned for updates coming soon.
Also, after a brief hiatus from playing shows, I booked some dates for this Spring:
Lastly, I'm proud to announce that Female Frequency (the women's music collective I co-founded in 2015) will be releasing new music very soon! Our tracks are completely female-produced from start to finish, from writing and performance through mixing and mastering. Click here to check out our cover of Dolly Parton's 9 to 5, produced by yours truly and featuring Claire London on vocals. Our next single will be released on March 8, which is International Women's Day.
As always, thank you for your support, and please feel free to connect with me at any of the links below.
Sending love ~ XoXo ~ Snow Angel
"The project of songwriter and producer Julie Kathryn, the haunting tension of ‘Losing Face’ accentuates a variety of electronic and organic colours. A muted chop’ n’ chuck provides the percussive backbone while an eerie soundscape is steadily configured as Kathryn succumbs to lust. “You’re different when you’re on top of me… how I hate the state I’m in” she paradoxically reflects, as bubbling detuned synth swirls and acoustic guitar penetrate the foreboding atmosphere in the vein of ‘Felt Mountain’ era GOLDFRAPP."
Mike has reviewed all of the submissions and has picked his three favorite remixes from I Am Snow Angel, Herb Strike, and Hänk B. Mike shared his thoughts on I Am Snow Angel's remix sharing he "especially dug the swirly, sad, nebulous section at the top, with the Mellotron-like sound wafting back and forth".
Click the photo below to listen!
“LOSING FACE” I AM SNOW ANGEL (POLE DANCE INTERPRETATION) -- exclusive premiere on ON C-HEADS
Learn more and watch HERE.
“It felt wonderful to express myself and reveal another layer of this song through dance. For me, this track is moody and dark, but also somehow sweet and nostalgic. I allowed myself to feel all of this while creating these visuals.”
"The eclectic nature of the music of I AM SNOW ANGEL is staggering. She owns the writing, production and engineering process, much like GRIMES, and is a pioneer when it comes to helping women make their own tunes, whatever genre they may be."
The Electricity Club reviews IASA's new EP, Desert. Click the image below to review the review: