Artist of The Week

Critically acclaimed Nashville-based experimental electronic artist Eve Maret has released her new album ‘New Noise’ this week via Curious Music

When asked what ties each track on the album together, Maret responded, “As a human, I’m a walking contradiction — a combination of opposing forces, spirit and body – that creates tension and mystery in my everyday life.” This statement on the human condition not only captures a relatable experience for us all, but specifically speaks to the energy emitted from Maret’s sixth studio album. ‘New Noise’ is an encapsulation of these tensions – the push-and-pull between the organic and synthetic, the blurring distinction between pop sensibility and experimentalism, and the conjuring of chaos to achieve inner tranquility.

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Eve has performed across the US alongside artists such as MatmosGuerilla TossXiu XiuJEFF the BrotherhoodLydia Lunch, and Sun Araw. Eve’s 2019 release, ‘No More Running (Deluxe Edition)’ was reviewed by The Wire Magazine and was featured on Bandcamp’s Album of the Day series. She is hailed to present “a loving tribute to her community, maintained by a distinct, individual voice that’s impossible to ignore” (Bandcamp, USA). Eve’s music has been featured on Echoes Radio and Iggy Pop’s BBC radio show Iggy Confidential. ‘Synthesizer Hearts’, off of Eve’s 2020 release, ‘Stars Aligned, appeared on BBC Radio 6 Music’s B-List in December 2020 and premiered on Mary Anne Hobbs’ BBC Radio 6 Music show. In 2021, Eve contributed to Moebius Strips, an audio installation and companion album honouring the work of electronic music pioneer Dieter Moebius. Other contributors include Geoff Barrow (Portishead, Beak), Sarah Davachi, Jean-Benoît Dunckel (Air), Mark Mothersbaugh (Devo), Phew, Hans-Joachim Roedelius (Cluster, Harmonia), Michael Rother (Harmonia, NEU!) and Yuri Suzuki.

In addition to her personal creative practices, Eve is committed to providing avenues for others to create and uplift one another. In 2018, She, Jess ChambersDeli Paloma-Sisk, and Arlene Sparacia founded Hyasynth House, an electronic music collective and education centre for female, trans, and non-binary artists. Together they facilitated workshops, performances, and community-wide conversations in an effort to support and empower marginalized groups. The founders went their separate ways in 2019, but Eve continues to lead electronic music workshops and to organize live music events in Nashville and beyond.