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Worldwide Management - Sargent House 
Manager: Cathy Pellow 
Day-To-Day: Jason Adams

Record Label  - Sargent House
Worldwide/ Licensing: Marc Jetton 

North American Booking - United Talent Agency




Interview with Nero Journal 


From her modest roots in Northern California, songwriter and vocalist Chelsea Wolfe has emerged as one of the most intriguing musicians in the post-label digital music era. After laboring in an office job and learning her craft in art houses she came to public attention with the album Apokalypsis roughly five years ago. With each new release her public profile has grown. At the same time, Wolfe continues to stretch both creative and musical boundaries. Her music – crafted from stories that Wolfe finds via voracious reading – contains elements of electronica, metal, folk and industrial. While it touches many different genres her music is instantly identifiable and completely her own. Wolfe recently released Abyss and is in the midst of a touring circuit to promote the album. She talked to us about her voice, what beauty means to her and isolation. 

NERO: We’re conducting this interview via an e-mail. You’ve done interviews on camera before—albeit not frequently – but do you find this method of communicating easier?

CHELSEA WOLFE: Honestly, it depends on the interviewer. Some are really good at pulling things out of you, but some expect you to provide them with a bunch of stories and rhetoric out of nowhere - basically they want you to do their job for them. Those are always the worst interviews because I’m not naturally a great public speaker, but I’ll definitely sit down and have a good conversation with someone if they’re willing and have interesting questions.


See the full interview and photoset at Nero Journal

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ARTISTdirect Interviews talks to Chelsea Wolfe 

photo by Nick Fancher

Chelsea Wolfe has been winning high praise for her music since her label debut album The Grime And The Glow blended surreal goth imagery and shoe-gazing textures with angular, experimental guitar work. Her follow-up album, the stunning Apokalypsis showed that Wolfe was no one-trick pony, and since then each of her 3 further albums have developed in style and vision. Her most recent album, Abyss, is a staggering piece of art that cements the artist as a legend on the underground music scene.

Ahead of her performance at this week’s FYF festival in Los Angeles, CA, ARTISTdirect caught up with Chelsea to discuss the artists world view, her most recent project, and the half-written songs just waiting to be a next album.

Where in the world are you right now?

Prague. I fall in love with this city more and more each time. Just ended a short European tour, played a few festivals. Here’s a picture I took from my hotel window early this morning when I couldn’t sleep, and here’s a picture I took yesterday of a gravestone angel at the Vyšehrad cemetery, final resting place of Alphonse Mucha.

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Chelsea Wolfe video session // CBC’s The Strombo Show 

Chelsea Wolfe recently performed a live session for CBC’s The Strombo Show, and that video is up now. Watch it above for three specially selected songs and Q&As about her album Abyss.

Chelsea Wolfe and her band travel to Europe soon for festival appearances before returning to Los Angeles for FYF Fest and a special performance with The Echo Society. A list of those shows can be found below, tickets and info available HERE.


Aug 10 - Jaromer, CZ @ Brutal Assault Festival
Aug 11 - Goteborg, SE @ Way Out West Festival
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 Festival
Aug 31 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo Society: V at Ace Hotel