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Contrary to the popular notion that Electronic Artists just "Press Play", based out of heart of Los Angeles, AMERA is a true live performance band which takes you a sonic journey with epic soundscapes and ground-shattering drop that engage the audience for both head-banging and dance-floor experiences.
Already performing hundreds of shows worldwide, Brooke Adams (Vocals), Mikael Oganes (Synths/Keys) and Donovan Butez (Guitar) have formed a trio which is ready to unveil their sound and sonic force with the power of a tidal wave.
Crafted with organic smash of live performance AMERA is a modern fruit of musical adventure.
YOUR EDM INTERVIEW: AMERA EXPLAIN WHAT THE HECK IS GOING ON WITH THEIR NEW APPROACH TO ROCK/DNB FUSION
AMERA are a new fusion group out of Downtown LA who have been creating a lot of buzz for their being just that: fusion. With rock guitars, live drums and synths and and an edgy pop princess on vocals, music fans from both sides of the EDM/indie line are finding it delightfully blurred with the group who, by their own admission, consider themselves more rock than EDM. That said, most of the tracks on their new self-titled EP are produced in a studio with software, and producer Mikael Oganes says all the band’s members take a huge amount of influence from EDM and drum and bass specifically.
'...Vocalist Brooke Adams posseses a vocal range and ability that will leave you speechless. She hits notes and shifts through vocal passages with such comfort you could conceivably believe she was the song’s author. AMERA take the track’s classic chorus and use that as the focal point of their rendition. The sudden starts and stops coupled with a splash of classic EMD soundscape and hypnotic rhythms get your heart racing; building tension while exploding back into a vocal powerhouse performance leaving fans of the original song satisfied and awe struck..."
"...It starts with a slow lead-up. A lot of EDM starts like this so I'm not thrown off. I've been down this road before. It builds for a while. The crescendo where the verse eventually starts is kind of a letdown. But maybe it's building to something else. The singer (Brooke Adams) has a good singing voice and it fits this genre well. The beats reaches a fairly frenetic pace when the chorus kicks in. The chorus is really catchy. I found myself singing it to myself for most of the night I wrote this. There is some solid guitar work mixed in including a solo..."