FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – October 10th 2017
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Australian-born Singapore Thereminist/Synth Player’s new single JEUNE ET ANIMÉE was expressly written for the theremin in Rondo form and very much ProgRock in nature.
Just one of several releases displaying Shueh-li’s commitment to exploring new ways to represent the theremin in performance, while digging into her classical roots to use as bone structure for contemporary composition.
Shueh-li Ong has released her new single Jeune et Animée, written expressly for the theremin in Rondo form aka ABACA with a few twists!
Jeune has been road-tested during a recent mini tour, as Shueh-li developed the style of playing she imagined would befit the recording.
Two of her best mates are featured on the track, John A Martinez of Xenovibes U.S.A. (on drums), and Michael Spicer of Electric Muse Singapore (on piccolo).
Jeune et Animée showcases once again Shueh-li’s method of writing and producing in-studio. Where she works with sound design/synthesis as building blocks, experimenting with performance nuances/techniques on theremin and synth, programming, notating and tracking.
Though there are just a few representations in recorded music that break the mold, “In my own way, I wanted to alter the stereotypical notion of the theremin having a wimpy vibrato-exaggerated voice. It can be emotional and, gutsy!”
Jeune et Animée is just one of several upcoming releases, displaying a commitment to exploring new ways to represent the theremin in performance, while digging into her classical roots to use as bone structure for contemporary composition.
Now available in Shuehli.com/Store.
On iTunes, Spotify, Amazon and major distros by 27th October.
If you’d like to spin the track on radio or review it for print/online media, please contact us. We’d be delighted to assist you!