Afterglow Festival

Enid Ellen

July 31st, 2018  |  Published in Artists

Giving a voice to Mother Nature, Enid Ellen is David Mramor, a poet in platform boots, and singer/songwriter Greg Potter. Together, they have enchanted audiences with their stimulating lyrics and soaring melodies. They have been featured in Billboard, Teen Vogue, World of Wonder, the debut issue of the UK magazine “Out There” and was named one of Next Magazine’s “What’s Next Now” artists. Their unique sound has been described as “Marilyn Manson singing Tori Amos,” and both “eclectic”, and “intense.” Making their mark on the New York City alternative music scene, Enid Ellen has performed at many of New York’s finest venues including Joe’s Pub, The Wild Project and The Duplex, as well as being a headlining artist at Earl Dax’s “Pussy Faggot.”  They have been included in The Afterglow Festival in Provincetown, MA, La MaMa’s Queer New Music Series and Dixon Place’s HOT Festival, as well as Cheim & Read Gallery and Envoy Enterprises. Their sophomore album “Beyond Reality” was released in February 2018 on the new label “FemmeKraft” and they expect a June 2018 release for an EP of remixes from the album.  Multiple music videos were released from “Beyond Reality” including videos for the songs “Pretty on the Sea,” “Orlando” and “Kiss You To The Top (of Love).”

https://www.teenvogue.com/story/how-dressing-in-drag-helps-artist-stay-close-to-mother

http://helixqpn.org/post/65522758223/an-interview-with-enid-ellen-by-katherine-cooper

http://blastbeat.us/enid-ellen-pink-pillows/

http://blastbeat.us/enid-ellen-greg-potter-at-wild-project/

https://www.alignedmag.com/visual-essays/david-mramor/

Beyond Reality https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IY5tbSMBhtM

Pretty on the Sea https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ylErLEuX80g

Orlando https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTFiHUfGkzM

Elastic Band https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vm-U3FbVCFU

Hey Zion https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JqX6Y3QckNw

Angels at the Bridge https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ev53jtdowig

Burn the Red https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sa1H69m6gxk

Eclectic, dramatic piano ballads seem like Marilyn Manson singing Tori Amos.”
|-Next Magazine

“There are pockets of wonderful performers, like David Mramor. There are bright lights everywhere, but it is harder.”
-John Cameron Mitchel Next Magazine on the disappearance of Shortbus-era New York

“Melodic, strange, and with mind-bending pitch changes by Mramor, each song takes on a metal anthem feel”
-Cabaret Scenes

“Enid Ellen Is Pretty QUEERsome”
-World of Wonder