HÄANA
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DE Berlin – Electronica / Avantgarde Pop / Nordic / Electro / Melodic / Cinematic / Future Bass / Electropop
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Paper Gold Records
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Salt Single 2017
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Teardrop Single 2017
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Brym Remix Album Album 2016
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Brym EP 2014
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Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Leya EP 2015
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HÄANA's original productions are like a filmscore: Nordic and Icelandic-tinged music merged with digital and analog.

She counts Massive Attack, Björk, and Trentemøller as influences in crafting her sounds, featuring electronica influences and synthetic sonority. The resulting sonic palate takes listeners on a journey whose destination is a crossroads between classical and contemporary, organic & man-made, familiar and mysterious. HÄANA has been featured in Vogue, and special appearances include performing for Michael Jordan’s wedding, opening for The Rolling Stones with Kanye West, and for Obama’s Inaugural Ball. Coming off a relentless past summer of festival performances and club dates (Lightning in a Bottle, Arise, Lucidity, Enchanted Forest, Beloved, La Calaca, and more) alongside the likes of Opiuo, Ott., Haywyre, Minnesota, Dirtwire, Dimond Saints, and starting 2017 with support plays at sold-out shows with Desert Dwellers and Kayla Scintilla at 1015 Folsom (SF) and Ogden Theater (Denver), HÄANA now looks to the release of her SALT single through Paper Gold Records in May, 2017, and her SALT EP this summer, and a May/June/July/August release tour.

Press: “Sonic stardust.” (Vogue) "Rather breathtaking." (Clash, UK) “Luminous frequencies & violin instrumentation tied with foreign Icelandic lyrical messages are found in her voice...” (Afro Monk) "It has the ability to seep into your soul in ways only orchestral & electronic music can.” (Infectious Magazine) “Majestic” (Nothing But Hope & Passion)