May 23, 2024

Delerium releases two singles feat. Mimi Page – Out now



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Out now are the new Delerium singles “Remember Love (Zanias Justified Remix)” and “Falling Back to You (Myon Remixes)” featuring Mimi Page.

US singer-songwriter Mimi Page was a featured vocalist on “Signs”, the 2023 album by Canadian electronic duo Delerium (Bill Leeb and Rhys Fulber of Front Line Assembly). Two of the songs she contributed to on that release have been remixed by the US DJ and artist Myon and Australia-born but now Berlin-based solo performer, DJ and producer Zanias, with both issued as singles simultaneously. “Signs” also featured contributions from Phildel, Inna Walters and KANGA, next to Page.

Below are the two singles. First is the “Falling Back to You (Myon Remixes)” 3-track single.

This is the “Remember Love (Zanias Justified Remix)” download on Bandcamp.

About Mimi Page

Mimi Page is an American singer, songwriter, and composer known for her ethereal, atmospheric music. She grew up in Los Angeles, California, and is classically trained in piano. She attended the Berklee College of Music, where she focused on composition and production.

Her music blends ambient, electronic, and dream pop elements, characterized by a dreamy, otherworldly sound. Influenced by a wide range of genres, from classical to modern electronic and alternative, her eclectic soundscapes are a key feature.

She has released several albums and EPs, including “Breathe Me In” (2011), “The Ethereal Blues” (2013), and “The Cure for Sleep” (2015) and has collaborated with various artists and producers, notably working with the electronic duo Delerium on their song “Days Turn into Nights.”

Mimi has composed music for film and television, creating immersive and emotive soundscapes well-suited for visual media and has also contributed to video game soundtracks, showcasing her versatility as a composer.

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Bernard Van Isacker is the Chief Editor of Side-Line Magazine. With a career spanning more than two decades, Van Isacker has established himself as a respected figure in the darkwave scene.

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