Annabelle Freedman wraps you in a delightful blanket of upcycled sounds. Based in Los
Angeles, they breathe bewilderment into their generous collaborations bringing you
undiluted sincerity. They are an interdependent artist, rather than an independent one.
Through the use of undulating vocals captured on a Telefunken TF-29 Copperhead, expansive
Ableton production, NS electric violin, and Fender's Tenor Tele, their collaboration with
companies as well as their musical collaborators beckons listeners to celebrate the
magnificent as well as the mundane.
Their latest release, "Blastin Pastem," with Zhao, broadcast on NPR as a top tune, premiered
on KCRW's most popular show, Morning Becomes Eclectic, and was played by KCRW DJ's
Valida, Novena Carmel, Anne Litt, Raul Campos, and Aaron Byrd. It made the top 20 of 2020
list of several KCRW DJs. Annabelle also released the singles, "reCOLLECTION" along with a
music video by Kellen Malloy, "Rainbow", "Green Tree Tops", "Slippin", and "Mirror's Eye" in
2020. In 2021, they released “Hope” with Def Sound and Zhao which also premiered on
KCRW’s MBE while Annabelle is working on their first full-length album with Rachel White.
Their first production credits, "Flowers" and “A Poem Called Here”by Def Sound, also graced
KCRW airways by way of several DJs.