Michigan-based music producer, sound designer, and vocalist AUDIA will be hitting the stage at Movement Music Festival in Detroit this weekend — and she’s bringing her expressive, heavy-hitting flair to the stage.AUDIA’s evocative performances are accentuated by her own vocals that dominate many of her tracks, along with a combination of field recordings taken from scrap yards, engines, and other industrial settings.
Expect her productions and overall performance to be bold and bassy with hypnotic melodies and emphasis on her love for midtempo.AUDIA’s performance at Movement will mark her first major festival appearance and will be one to watch.
Equipped with plenty of unreleased music, remixes, and special edits just for the occasion, AUDIA aims to leave your mind blown! Don’t miss AUDIA’s performance at Movement 2023 this weekend — report to the Detroit Stage on Monday, May 29th from 6-7pm to see her in action.What makes the AUDIA sound so unique? One thing that makes my music unique is my usage of my own vocals in all of my tracks.
A person’s voice is an extremely personal and unique instrument and I use mine to its full potential and in many different ways.I often end up processing my own voice and creating interesting sounds from it, which end up in many of the different pieces of my songs.
I also like to use field recordings of interactions between metallic objects, heavily processed synths, and like to play keys and sing on my own tracks.Favorite artists and influences at the moment? There are so many awesome artists and producers out there that it is so difficult to name just a few!! But, some of the artists that I constantly find myself returning to would have to be Space Laces, Blanke, REZZ, and Tokyo Machine.
I have also been listening to a lot of Clarence Clarity, Squarepusher, Amon Tobin, and SebastiAn to name a few.What can the crowd expect to hear at your Movement 2023 se...