Ayelle's music is filled with immersive sound design, production and conflicting melodies that perplex and excite you.
Her song Reclaim is dark, feverish and it genuinely gets your heart rate up. It's filled with sinister descending pitch bends, eerie, glass-like sound design and synths that emulate pounding heartbeats.
Her beat production is frantic and invigorating with its panning and tones. Add on her smooth and wide ranged vocals and you've got the incredible sound of Ayelle.
QUESTIONS WITH AYELLE
No album plans as of yet! I have got another EP in the works for next year though.
Kehlani, Sevdaliza, Kelela, Banks, to name a few.
Bittersweet r&b; arousing pleasure tinged with sadness or pain.
I try not to over-think my songwriting process, I'd rather let it come about naturally. Whatever needs to be said will be said.
Thoughts on female representation in the industry?
It's pretty poor. Especially the lack of female producers. I'd love to work with some more female producers. So far I've only worked with one, how sad is that?
I'm half Swedish & Iranian but I grew up in Sweden, then moved to Spain just to confuse people into thinking I'm Spanish. Which they do, all the time.
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