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In the 21st century musical climate that celebrates the vocoded voices of model types whose songwriting credits exist theoretically if at all, Ayesha Adamo and David Deau, otherwise known as Loss of Eden, are revolutionaries just for recording honest music that sounds like it might actually come from natural-born human beings. These musical soul mates, coming from nearly opposite backgrounds - one schooled in music theory, one a street musician, and both writing from the heart – have come together to bring us a sound that is reminiscent of retro pop/rock with a sensibility and gaze that speaks directly of our times.

A former Mandarin pop star and electronic music DJ who’s left behind the world of girl groups and dance moves for earthy grooves and guitar amps, Ayesha’s experiences and influences are diverse. Ayesha grew up by the ocean and sands of the Jersey Shore in the tiny town of Island Heights. Her love of music first developed during many years of ballet class, which ultimately lead her to New York to pursue a career as a professional ballerina. It was there that Ayesha first took an interest in DJing while working as a dancer at the legendary superclub, Twilo. She soon saved up enough money to buy her first turntables and taught herself the art of beat-mixing. Not long after, she began classes at Barnard College, with an interest in studying computer music at Columbia University’s Computer Music Center. She lied about being able to read sheet music, and soon found herself as a freshman in her first graduate level music class on electronic music composition.

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