- 1. Turn Up The Sound 2.30 12673 plays
- 2. Like 2.14 8886 plays
- 3. Much Too Much 2.13 5555 plays
- 4. Ave Maria 2.15 7986 plays
- 5. Promises 2.14 5180 plays
- 6. After 2.21 4213 plays
- 7. What It's Like 2.21 6608 plays
- 8. Forget Your Face 2.08 4503 plays
- 9. Find Your Way 2.21 3784 plays
- 10. You Once Told Me 2.09 4871 plays
- 11. Taken Away 2.07 5519 plays
- 1. Andain - Turn Up the Sound (Original) 2.00 4144 plays
- 2. Andain - Turn Up The Sound (Gabriel & Dresden Remix) 2.00 4654 plays
- 3. Andain - Turn Up The Sound (Tristan Garner Remix) 1.41 1797 plays
- 4. Andain - Turn Up The Sound (Zetandel Chillout Mix) 2.00 2199 plays
- 5. Andain - Turn Up The Sound (Stratus Remix) 1.56 1317 plays
Andain began as an experimental, electronica group in 2000. Singer/song-writer, Mavie Marcos, grew up performing in the theatre and studied classical voice in college. Her musical interests led her to play in acoustic bands until she moved to San Francisco in 1999. During that time she met, and started writing an album with, producer Josh Gabriel (Gabriel & Dresden) who had studied composition at the California Institute of The Arts and was then working as a burgeoning electronic music producer.
Andain's first effort "Summer Calling" was released in 2002 by Black Hole Recordings for their renowned In Search Of Sunrise series. This launched the band's name into instant celebrity in the dance world. "Beautiful Things," their follow up single best known for the Gabriel & Dresden Remix, soon after appeared with even greater success. The song has now become a dance classic, with YouTube views of over 20 million.
Despite the fact that Andain's first full-length album was never officially released -- many of the tracks still drew massive fan acclaim from leaked versions, and were licensed to network television.
Mavie and Josh continued to write together over the years. With the demands of Mavie's publishing deal with Nettwerk and Josh's ever increasing work as an award-winning DJ and producer, their second full-length album would have to wait. Much to their fans' relief, Mavie and Josh decided to reform as a duo, and the resulting full-length record is due for release in 2012.
The first single off the album, "Promises," was released on Black Hole Recordings in June 2011. "Promises" has since then appeared on many compilations, and reached #13 in SiriusXM's BPM Top 51 of 2011. The YouTube views of all "Promises" videos combined is over 1,5 million and counting.
Says Mavie, "We blended natural acoustic sounds throughout the album with electronic percussive ones. We made sure to keep our musical sound pallet, made up of our drum kits and analog synth sounds, consistent throughout. We thought this would result in the most compelling and intricate album for the listener - something that is meant to be listened to, in its entirety, as a cohesive piece of music - not just a string of singles. " The combination of Mavie's classical and rock background with Josh's never ending love of early 80's new wave, mean they balance each other beautifully.
"Much Too Much" is the second single of the upcoming album, and it is accompanied with an amazing video produced by Xanada Entertainment and directed by Jamie Redford.
Andain will be touring in 2012 as Mavie and instrumentalist Shreddward Braillif; using vocals, live sampling and looping, drum kits, synthesizers, guitar, piano, and bass to create their live sound.