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You are the one helping me make this happen. Thank you so very much. You will get access to my regular patron only posts, videos, and much, much more. Closer to the time you will receive some downloads of forthcoming music and old material too.
Thank you for being an audiovisual appreciator! When you sign up, you get a one-of-a-kind illustration (drawn by myself) sent to you by post. You also get first access to behind the scenes of my livestreams, making of videos, preparing for gigs, creating my costumes and more. You are really part of it! You will also get access to my regular patron only posts, videos and downloads of upcoming releases and old material.
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You get access to demos and ideas that are still in the making. Some of these tracks would never be published if it wasn't for you. Thank you for being part of it! You will also get access to behind the scenes material, my regular patron only posts, videos, downloads of upcoming releases and old material as well as special monthly Patreon-only track(s).
I've been making music since 2006. I was one of the first female solo acts in electronic music in Latvia, where I live. Since the birth of Waterflower there have been a number a number of musical releases (see my bandcamp link below) and performances in the Baltics, Scandinavia, and other European countries like Germany, The Netherlands, Poland, Hungary, Serbia, Spain, Ireland and the UK, including the festivals: Baltic Pride 2018 (LV), Positivus (LV), Ladyfest Tallinn (EE), Tenderete (SP), Eskusplosion (FI) and Leigh Folk Festival (UK).
What am I currently up to? Well, I have been recording two albums simultaneously and planning some upcoming tours for 2020. Patrons will be getting news of these things first, and tasters of new releases, behind the scenes footage, artwork snippets, blog posts, resource materials from the electronic music workshops I run, live videos and much more.
A little bit about me:
Self-taught in sound design as a teenager in the 2000s, Moore’s only musical education was at an early age - grade three violin and multiple lead roles in musicals before the age of 10. Instead artist Sabine Moore utilizes her 11 years of professional visual and conceptual art studies to create music - the final product being an original and complex mix of genres, formally referred to as “experimental music” and “art pop”. Sabine Moore’s intertwined music and visual presence is an audiovisual journey into a unique world where sound and moving image have come together like an orchestral ensemble. The stage image is inspired by turn of the 19th Century Art Nouveau illustrations (e.g. Mucha and Beardsley).