It takes only a few moments of conversation with the prodigiously talented Adaline to be drawn in by her insightful intelligence and charm. In a similarly brief length of time, when listening to the powerfully evocative and percussive poetic melodies of her music, listeners experience another side – one that is intensely revelatory, emotionally unbound and searing in its honesty. Her prior release, Aquatic, featuring 10 hook-infused percussive moody-pop songs, received praise from the likes of Paste Magazine, Highlight Magazine, and The Line of Best Fit. Critically-acclaimed sophomore release Modern Romantics earned a nomination for Pop Recording of the Year at the Western Canadian Music Awards and was deemed by CBC Radio “a visionary classic; a breathtaking in-depth journey of the imagination.”
A successful and prolific composer for film and television, the Canadian born now Los Angeles-based artist has been featured in over 80 scenes including Grey’s Anatomy, 90210, Below Her Mouth, Rookie Blue, Lost Girl, Ringer, Flashpoint, MacGyver, Degrassi, Heartland, Killjoys, The Samaritan and more. She worked with Brendan Canning of Broken Social Scene on the score for the Bret Easton Ellis written film, The Canyons, directed by Paul Schrader, starring Lindsay Lohan, and on the documentary feature Youth Unstoppable, which features music from Radiohead and Moby. She also scored the NBC Thriller, Fear of Mutilation. Adaline was selected to do a 10-month composer residency at Norman Jewison’s Canadian Film Centre where she collaborated with Canada’s up and coming film talent. She is also the voice behind the successful Cineplex short film Lily and The Snowman which features her cover of “Follow You Follow Me” by Genesis. The film went viral online garnering over 55 million views and was seen by 40 million people in theatres.