Macromantics - Four Facets FLAC album
Macromantics's profile including the latest music, albums, songs, music videos and more updates. Macromantics is the nom de rap of Melbourne, Australia-based Romy Hoffman, who began her musical career as a guitarist in Ben Lee's band Noise Addict when.
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Macromantics - Four Facets. Photo of Macromantics - Four Facets. More albums of Macromantics: Moments In Movement. This album was released on the label Quake Trap (catalog number none). This album was released in 2005 year.
Redirected from Romy Hoffman). Romy Hoffman, (born ca. 1980) is an Australian-born song writer and musician, who has performed under the names Macromantics, Romy and Agender. Initially based in Melbourne, since 2014 she has worked in Los Angeles. Romy Hoffman was raised in a Jewish household. In 1995 as a 15-year-old she started playing guitar with her high school classmate Ben Lee's pop, punk band Noise Addict.
Real Name: Romy Hoffman.
The album was nominated for the 2006 J Award. In 2010, after two years of extensive touring, Romy began work on a dark electro pop record. The single "Sleep" was released in 2010 with remixes by DFA's The Juan Maclean and Brain Children. Four Facets" b/w "Conspiracy Remix" (2005). Sleep" (2010) (as Romy). Home" (2012) (as Romy).
Album-quality tribute to metallica.
In 2004, she self-released her debut as Macromantics, the Hyperbolic Logic EP, which introduced her passionate and often witty MC style.
Read about Macromantics in the special section, "Go Forward, Move Ahead: 32 Sure Things for 2007," in the January 2007 issue of Remix. Then check out the full Q&A below on MC Romy Hoffman and producer Buchman. As a rapper, you have a very musical cadence. It is a collaborative process, which we both put our signature essence into until what is born is a combustion of wowness. When I first heard the album, I couldn't help but think of the new UK female rappers, such as Lady Sov. But you seem to dig deeper lyrically, and you apparently discovered hip-hop when you came to the . Who are your formative hip-hop influences? RH: I am more interested and influenced by ideas and concepts-things, places, philosophies, films, et. than I am by specific rappers.
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Producer – Shaggy ManateeScratches – Amy*
Producer – Yoko Solo
- Vocals, Written-By – Macromantics