Sala alias Ariane Jean, is posed, delicate. A limpid surface which covers the currents of its intuitive, emotional nature. After a few years of absence, the former member of Chic Gamine (winner of a Juno Award) is now taking her first solo steps.
Finalist at the Festival international de la chanson de Granby and co-founder of the groups Madrigaïa and Chic Gamine - both award-winning and critically acclaimed - Ariane has shared Canadian and international and international stages with renowned artists such as Marc Broussard, JP Hoe, Marie-Pierre Arthur Hoe, Marie-Pierre Arthur, Daniel Lavoie and Royal Canoe, among many others.
In her texts, she speaks of changing skin, of anger, of escaping from everyday life to take refuge in an imaginary world. To take refuge in an imaginary world. Intimate, sometimes melancholic, she creates from atmospheres and moods that she translates into images. We can hear influences of Indie Pop, world music and ambient music. Sala expresses herself in clear tones, subtle nuances. And her voice follows these flights of fancy. In the background, she creates vocal layers on which her airy soprano rests. One hears there all the softness, the flexibility, the soul, the refinement which she possesses. The result, soaring music that evokes the introspection of rainy afternoons, of misty mornings. Sala is releasing her first EP on October 16, 2020 and is currently working on her second album.