Madelline

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Madelline grew up in small town Connecticut, amidst dirt roads and sandy beaches; and yet the bright lights of New York City were only a 90-minute train ride away. The 23 year old discovered her love for singing at 8 years old, performing lead roles in school musicals.

In high school, she sang as a soloist in the school choir. During her senior year, she toured Italy, along with the chorus group singing in renowned venues such as The Duomo in Florence, and The Vatican in Rome.

All the while, like a beacon across Long Island Sound, Manhattan’s city skyline was calling her. In 2013, she won a scholarship to study acting for Film and Television at New York City’s prestigious Pace University. The small town girl then moved to the big city with her eye on a show business career.

Soon after, she realized that she desired a more laid back vibe, so she packed her bags again and moved to Montreal since she has her dual citizenship. Since moving to Montreal she has decided to pursue music while still auditioning for acting roles. Since moving to Montreal, Madelline has performed in theatre productions at the esteemed Centaur Theatre in Montreal, and this past Fall she scored a lead in feature horror film Aquaslash.

She is currently filming music videos and recording the songs that will appear on her upcoming EP, with support from FACTOR. She composes her songs on keyboard in her apartment. Vocally, she cites inspiration from artists like Amy Winehouse, Aretha Franklin, and Mariah Carey. Sonically, she loves experimenting with unique tones and vibes.

Some projects that influence her are 1960s psychedelia, The Beatles, The Doors, David Bowie, Air, Beach Fossils, Mac Demarco, Courtney Barnett, and St. Vincent. Madelline’s first single “wish I could see” is set to be released in spring along with a music video shot in one take.

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