Dance / Electronic / Indie
Secret identities are nothing new in the music industry, but rising alternative electronic artist, Elohim, took anonymity to the next level. With a name that’s defined in Hebrew as “God,” the use of animal masks and a disguised voice, the artist entered the music scene incognito despite a quickly growing notoriety.
The Los Angeles-based artist has collaborated has received various remixes by artist peers like Gosh Pit and Whethan. In 2015, she released her playful electro-pop debut single, “She Talks Too Much,” a relatable modern-day party anthem. The single was premiered on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 radio show on Apple Music and has garnered over one million streams on Spotify alone.
In May of 2016, Elohim released her self-titled debut EP. Elohim is a 10-track unique audio artistry. Since her debut, Elohim has toured with some of the hottest acts of 2016, including Louis The Child, Jai Wolf and Gryffin. Elohim continues to bring her distinctive electronic approach to major festivals like Coachella and Lalapalooza year after year.
Now she has dropped the anonymous persona finally put out another self-titled album, with dreamy pop waves and deep bass lines, making it an absolute listening essential.
November 18, 2019 Whoever said that true beauty cannot be captured has obviously never listened to Elohim's 'Reimagined: Live at Hollywood Forever.'
Author: Bianca Brown
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