New Release: Emma Danelon - 'Ipnosi' EP
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Emma Danelon is an Italian singer, songwriter based in London. While a hot topic independent popular artist, her eclectic musical narrative borrows influences from contemporary R&B, trap, hip hop, synthpop, trip-hop. She blends mesmeric melody with explosive electronic beats that explore fresh prodigious perspectives in an ever-changing pop world. With her life split between Brescia, Italy and London growing up, Emma Danelon experienced a tumultuous upbringing filled with a rollercoaster of emotions.
Emma now returns with her debut EP ‘Ipnosi’, a darkly emotive expression of the struggles she’s faced in life, from a life-changing toxic relationship to problems she’s faced in her work and the music industry. AVAILABLE NOW: https://
The brooding 5-track offering opens with the haunting and attitude-filled ‘Copia’, making for an explosive start. Other highlights include the introspective and ethereal track ‘Mistake’ and the energizing ‘Hypnosis’ which shows off Emma’s signature sound.
Emma Danelon on what the EP means to her:
This EP is the most important project I have done so far. Ipnosi is a liberation from all the struggles and obstacles in my growth and I feel like it’s the strongest project I have ever come up with. These struggles sometimes left me in a state of “hypnosis” where I couldn’t think straight or I was extremely affected by external factors to the point that these situations left me powerless or “hypnotised”. This is the reason for the name.
‘Ipnosi’ was produced by Flo The Producer, Adam Neilson and SHURK (signed to Ultra). Guilty was mixed by Rich Pilkington and the tracks were mastered by Panorama Mastering. Emma Danelon wrote all Italian songs on the EP and worked with Richie Mansa on the English songs.
Her influence is spreading with over 140k streams and support from platforms such as Notion and When the Horn Blows. The stylish, self-proclaimed director of randomness attributes her adolescence to Michael Jackson, Massive Attack, Daft Punk and has since embraced modern pop influences such as Banks, Dua Lipa, Jai Paul and Frank Ocean. Her buoyant energy is teeming with the inherent grit, introspect, poise and emotive grace of her predecessors.
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Source Chloe Mogg
September 23, 2021 6:56am ET by Chloe Mogg