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Meljoann is an avant-hyperpop producer from Ireland. Her sound puts soulful vocals against lush synths and industrial noise.

In the US, her tracks have been championed by Pitchfork, Beats Per Minute, XLR8, Singles Jukebox and KEXP radio.

Irish endorsement includes Dan Hegarty, Cian Ó Cíobháin, Jenny Greene and Tara Stewart of RTÉ radio, Irish Times, Nialler9, Hot Press, The Sunday Business Post, The Goo, and a litany of great support from Irish regional Radio.

Since moving to Brighton, UK she’s been supported by BBC’s Gemma Bradley, Dummy Mag, Loudd Women HMUK and the Arts Council of England. 2020 to 2021, Meljoann released an acclaimed series of self-directed video singles. ‘HR’, her anti-capitalist concept album, is out now.

Over the years, Meljoann has played support for artists such as Ghostpoet, Telepathe, and Mu-ziq as well as headliners on the Irish and Berlin scenes. Her live sets contain pop songs, dance tracks, disorientating sound design, and visual projections with dystopian PowerPoint slides.

Meljoann writes, performs, produces, and masters all her own music. She directs and stars in all her own videos, using green screen technology and computer game engines, and creates all her own visuals for her captivating live shows. Following the success of her 2021 album — the much-lauded H.R. — the artist is releasing a string of self-directed video singles leading up to the release of Status.

Meljoann’s production skills have been compared to Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis; and her vocals to Janet Jackson and SWV. While these compliments are fitting, Meljoann is an entirely unique artist in a genre-sphere of her own design.

Steadily growing her streaming figures, TikTok and Instagram, Meljoann is ready to take the leap into a label partnership.

For fans of SOPHIE, Arca, Janet Jackson, Kelela and Yeah Yeah Yeahs.

“Exhilarating, all celebratory “1999” synths and constant forward motion”

“Vivid electro-pop with influences intact and a personality very much her own”
Sunday Business Post

“A twisted-pop collage that takes aim at capitalism through lenses like gender, identity and relationships”