“I spent part of my childhood with my uncles who owned a music instrument and sound shop,” she shares. “After working hours, I would play with the sound systems, hooking up speakers to amplifiers, recording my voice on a 2-track tape recorder while experimenting with guitar and violin. As a teenager, I bought my first 4-track recorder along with a keyboard and recorded some of the songs that would later end up on my first music CD, Seven Seas.”
While the artist’s music draws comparisons to contemporaries like Enya and Lisa Gerrard, Marcomé’s music is still resolutely her own. One key element in her music comes from her unique “wordpainting,” or invented musical languages.
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