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Worldwide Management - Sargent House 
Manager: Cathy Pellow 
Assistant: Jason Adams

Record Label  - Sargent House
Worldwide/ Licensing: Marc Jetton 

North American Booking - United Talent Agency




Cover feature in Totally Gothenburg July/August 2016 


Chelsea Wolfe has a cover feature in the July/August 2016 issue of Totally Gothenburg magazine discussing her latest music and her appearance at Way Out West festival.

Read the magazine online HERE.

Chelsea Wolfe and her band will be performing at several EU festivals this August along with a show in Vienna with King Dude. She then returns to the US for FYF Fest and a special just-announced show with the Echo Society in Los Angeles where she will be collaborating with a composer on music written specifically for that concert.

See a full list of currently announced dates below. Tickets and info available HERE.

Aug 10-13 Jaromer, CZ @ Brutal Assault official
Aug 11-13 Goteborg, SE @ Way Out West
Aug 13 Le Locle, CH @ Rock Altitude Festival
Aug 14 Castellina Marittima, IT @ MusicaW Festival
Aug 16 Vienna, AU @ Arena w/ King Dude

Aug 28 Los Angeles, CA @ FYF Fest
Aug 31 Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo Society: V at Ace Hotel w/ The Echo Society, Clark, The Haxan Cloak, & Ted Hearne

CVLT Nation // Chelsea Wolfe at The Chapel, San Francisco 


All Photos and text by Bobby Cochran

Los Angeles-based Chelsea Wolfe makes a style of music that’s hard to pin down, ranging from eerie folk, to dark electronic, to dirgy doom metal, and everything in between.  Though it’s diversity, it maintains a thread of continuity that defines it as uniquely her own.  Possessed of one of the most beautiful singing voices in music today, Chelsea can make even the darkest music sound like a lullaby.  Live, she delivers all her songs with a slight divergence from the recorded form, performing everything with a heavier edge and slight re-arrangements to suit the bands that accompany her.  Seeing her perform at The Chapel in SF, a relatively small venue for such an established artist, was a special treat. Its size was, I imagine, the primary reason for her two-night stint there.

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Westword // Chelsea Wolfe & “Hypnos” 


On April 1, Chelsea Wolfe released a seven-inch single for “Hypnos,“ a song that invokes the name of the Greek personification of sleep. It was written as a kind of ode, a love song, that Wolfe says is set in a dark dream. This is the way that Wolfe comes to terms with her own struggles with sleep issues and dreams, sometimes manifested as sleep paralysis. In writing new material, Wolfe revisited older methods of creating her music, which has been described as "drone-metal-art-folk.”

“I started out in music years ago just recording my voice and guitar and life samples on my eight-track, and deep down, I still love the sound of those recordings the best,” Wolfe says. “I think they’re just very intimate in how crude they are, and there’s a lot of one-take stuff there, too. The ‘Hypnos’ demo was a sort of return to that style. I sent it to my friend Steven [Ellison, Flying Lotus], and he was like, 'Just release this version!’ I didn’t really want to redo it, either, but for this album, I made an effort to try and record things hi-fi while still keeping an intimate feeling. I was living in a shitty hotel off the highway for a month in Dallas and spent my days at John Congleton’s studio working on the recordings. The energy of the whole situation lent itself to raw emotions, feeling kind of broken down and giving everything I had to the songs.”

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