Elodie Adams is a quirky, sometimes-goth alternative Australian singer, songwriter and proud to be one of the 2%* female music producers in the world. Influenced by Nine Inch Nails, Muse, Marilyn Manson and Bach, Elodie fuses her own genre of rock and soundtrack with industrial beats, electrifying string arrangements and soaring, powerhouse vocals.
Classically trained in both opera and violin from the age of 4, Elodie began experimenting with songwriting and production as a means to cope with undiagnosed clinical depression and anxiety in her teenage years. Finally landing a big break in 2014, Elodie wrote, produced and performed the theme song to the Playstation game “Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty!” to widespread acclaim. Her single “Born To Love You” received national Australian radio play, national press and was featured at the official Playstation booth at the E3 Expo in Los Angeles.
The success was short-lived however, as Elodie was diagnosed with the chronic pain condition fibromyalgia and was forced to take a 6 year hiatus from music to learn to live with the incurable illness.
2020 saw her triumphant return to music, scoring the internationally award winning Australian indie web series OzLinked, which won the Award of Excellence at the IndieX Fest in LA and Best Comedy at Italian Oniros Film Awards. 2021 will continue to see Elodie go from strength to strength, releasing her self produced first full length album.
*according to the 2019 USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative study