025.   Eve Maret

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Eve Maret is a Nashville-based experimental artist and composer who employs a wide array of electronic media and techniques in her various disciplines, exploring the possibilities of personal and communal healing through creative action. Drawing inspiration from nineteenth-century orchestral and choral works, the Fluxus movement, Kosmische Musik and funk, Eve makes use of digital and analog synthesizers, clarinet, electric bass, acoustic drums, and more to create works that range from lush cinematic compositions to space techno. Eve has released four solo albums since 2016, most recently The Zone on Curious Music. Her music has been reviewed by WIRE Magazine, Bandcamp Daily, and the Chicago Reader. She has toured across the US and has performed alongside Lydia Lunch, Xiu Xiu, Sun Araw, JEFF the Brotherhood, and AMULETS. In 2018, Eve co-founded Hyasynth House, an electronic music collective for femme and LGBTQAI+ artists.

This mix sums up the sounds that have been inspiring me and filling my house lately. The songs span a variety of genres and feelings, from spiritual jazz to experimental pop and ambient. This sonic journey is a reflection of how I think about my performances; I love integrating different moods in a way that creates a specific and multidimensional feeling.