Cheyne – Don’t Call Her Baby

March 30, 2006 at 8:27 am 1 comment

Cheyne Coates is probably better known as one half of the successful dance act Madison Avenue, who came to the public's attention with the release of the anthemix track "Don't Call Me Baby".

Madison Avenue announced that it had broken up in 2003. Cheyne had married and had a child called Liberty in 2002. Cheyne started working on a solo album with Brian Canham, formerly of Australian synth pop band Pseudo Echo, and Ewen McArthur. The album will be released in the latter half of 2004.

The first single "I've Got Your Number" reminiscent of "Don't Call Me Baby" made the #15 on the Australian singles charts in 2004 and was added to the playlist on BBC Radio 1. She has also started the Aperitif record label in 2003. Her second single, "Taste You", also reached the top 100 in July 2004.

Following the release of the club stomper "Taste You", Cheyne released her debut album "Something Wicked This Way Comes". The album features an eclectic mix of chill-out, dance, jazz and pop music. "Femininity" could easily be seen as an homage to her days in Madison Avenue, while "I Don't Do Nice" is reminiscent of tracks on Madonna's "American Life" album. The 'show pony' makes it clear that she is a force to be reckoned with in Australian dance music.

[download I've Got Your Number]


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  • 1. Faustinus  |  November 29, 2006 at 10:23 am

    Get a name to rise early, and you may lie all day… Faustinus

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