After breaking out with the E+E moniker, the spirited collagist took up her own name Elysia Crampton and put out a pair of releases in the middle of 2015. The first was a murky EP for Boomkat's imprint followed by the spunky krautrock-influenced four-tracker ‘American Drift'.
Elysia has finally elected to share mild details of what’s in store for the future.
What we know for now is that she has signed a two album contract with the Breakworld label who recently issued out the extremely well-received ‘Skid Row’ record by James Ferraro. Elysia also has a hefty list of collaborators on hand for her forthcoming album as well, including Tri-Angle rising star Rabit and Chino Amobi of NON records.
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