Here we come
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I. Æ is a pseudonym for Erling Riibe Ramskjell, a singer/songwriter from the north of Norway. Erling is also a member of Schtimm. His first solo album, Voksensløvsinn, was released September 2008 on Clearpass. His second album Prosaikk was released as an USB-chip on Clearpass in february 2010.
II. Æ is the name of a production and writing project based in Bristol, United Kingdom. Songs are written by Andrew Edwards and produced and mixed by Alex Aspinall. Æ capture the sound of Bristol with their dark trip-hop and space rock hybrid. The two started working together in 2012, and started recording material for their debut release, MÆXIMVS in 2013, releasing their debut on 29th March 2014 to widespread critical acclaim in the underground press.
III. Aurelia Shrenker and Eva Salina Primack have been performing together as Æ ("ash") since 2007. Based in Brooklyn, NY, they perform internationally and have just released their debut CD, the self-titled Æ. Playing to hugely diverse audiences in sold-out shows at venues ranging from Joe's Pub in New York City to Ashkenaz in Berkeley, CA, these two young women bring together their deep understanding of different vocal traditions to create something new and daring with each song. They have chosen the name Æ because it represents something of a dual nature--not singular, not plural, but exactly two. Accordion and Georgian panduri often add a further dimension to the naked and honest beauty of two unaccompanied voices, creating a rich tapestry with varied texture and ambiance in their live performance. Their repertoire includes songs from Appalachian, Balkan, Caucasus Georgian, and Corsican traditions. In addition to their album, Æ is featured in the soundtrack of "The Great Soviet Eclipse", the newest film produced under the auspices of the Museum of Jurassic Technology. Æ's work is rooted in folk culture and never falls short of being visceral and provocative--in their music, youthful exuberance and reverence for ancient tradition seamlessly coincide.