Elyssa Vulpes is an Italian singer/songwriter whose music has its roots deeply embedded in European folk and also has influences from the gothic scene.

Inspired by 70s Psychedelic British folk ballads and the Italian singer songwriter tradition, she started out in 1993 writing folk noir ballads and produced her first album "Old Ballads" which evolved in the solo concept album "La Spirale". 

After putting together a band under the name "The Moon Whispers" in Wellington, New Zealand she released her first Goth influenced EP and later on recorded the unreleased album "Sweet Bitter Enemy". 

Dance Collaborators came flooding in and she recorded "Dance Your Pain Away" with Amy McBride and The Upbeats as well as the unreleased album "Existence" with Bruce Jamieson. 

Before moving away from New Zealand in 2009 she recorded and released the studio album "Pearl of Blood" which is a collection of folk noir ballads with a melancholic feel. 

After moving to Italy for a year she collaborated with Arjen Schippers, an electronic music composer with whom she released an atmospheric experimental ambient album under the name Mjuk.

In Scotland she formed the band "The Betes Noires" which then became "Red Fox" and released a Dark Cabaret album inspired by the comedy musical Edinburgh Fringe Show "Front Line", released in 2016. 

She is currently recording a Sombre Rock Studio Album and a collection of Italian songs as well as a new electronic solo music project. 

She am also a drummer currently playing in two post rock bands. 

Projects

 

Front Line @ EdFringe 2016 
Red Fox
Elyssa Vulpes and The Betes Noires
Mjuk (with Arjen Schippers)

The Moon Whispers (New Zealand)
Amy Davidson (Aieda Cin)

George Le Rouge (Composer / Italy)
Thom Dj T (Composer / Germany)
Domenico Pandolfo and Sunny Donito




Signed to Labels
Subtraxx Records and
Dirt Lies & Audio Recordings



 
Where Have All the Good Guys Gone ? Live in the studio 2016
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Fringe 2015
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The Betes Noires
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The Moon Whispers
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