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Interview | amelia meath

Posted On: Nov 17, 2018   |   Posted By: Schön! Magazine

Interview | amelia meath

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As musical genres continue to diffuse and disseminate across tired boundaries, music is as diverse as it has ever been. No longer content with exploring one musical path, a growing number of artists are tackling multiple genres at a time with flair and tenacity. Amelia Meath is at the forefront of this exciting wave of artists, juxtaposing and merging electro-pop with quiet haunting harmonies with her two projects: Sylvan Esso and Mountain Man. As Meath heads on tour with the enchanting all-female trio, Mountain Man, she discusses how she balances her time between such contrasting projects, how her and Nick - the other half of Sylvan Esso - are champion arguers and why now was the right time to make a record about tenderness.
Sylvan Esso started like most gigs do, with a support act. Performing as Made of Oak , Nick Sanborn opened for Meath's first project, Mountain Man, in 2010 at The Cactus Club in Milwaukee. “Initially I was just excited that he was a good opener...

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