With a sound and fearlessness that reminds you of the young Madonna and Lady Gaga, Salme's electronic dance music is for the dance floors around the world. She stormed onto the dance scene in 2008 with her super catchy song "C'mon Y'All", which climbed the Billboard Dance Chart and was prominently featured in ad campaigns for Juicy Couture and Special K.
Her full-length album, The Acid Cowgirl Audio Trade received rave reviews for Salme’s funky electronic beats and unforgettable pop hooks. Hailed as one of the best dance albums of 2008, “TACAT” also became a success on the licensing side when every song off the album got licensed, a first for a female artist and a feat that lead The Wall Street Journal to crown Salme The Licensing Queen.
Salme’s next single So Delicious, featuring remixes by amongst others legendary DJ Junior Vasquez, became a Top 10 Billboard Dance Chart hit in March of 2011.
As a multi instrumentalist, producer and prolific songwriter, Salme is a musical triple threat. Just like previous releases, her new album is written and produced in its entirety by Salme. Pop Propaganda is a 3 volume EP release that takes you on a journey through today’s EDM scene.
Volume , subtitled “Bang” (release date June 7 2013) contains 4 songs + a 1 bonus track worth of dirty rhythms and catchy hooks all set to cutting edge electro beats.
The first song and single Sexy Punk is a sultry electro pop romp with Jagger-esque attitude. On Talented Girl Salme mixes vintage with cutting edge by bringing in a 4-piece horn section that adds a ragtime vibe to her heavy electronic beat. 5 Hot Party Boys pays homage to early Prince; funky guitars and tongue in cheek lyrics bring this twist on a classic nursery rhyme (5 Little Monkeys) alive. Let’s Get To It, written after Salme read Pamela De Barres tales of her adventures in groupie land, is a definite party starter. The bonus track, Yeah x 3 is by no means a filler. A big, catchy chorus will keep on the floor, dancing the night away to this funky beat yelling “Yeah, yeah, yeah…” at the top of your lungs.
Get on the Pop Propaganda train and get ready to cruise in the EDM fast lane.