Vocalist and flutist Artemis Robison got her begin performing on her behalf own so that as an associate of Desolation Angels (never to end up being confused using the British rock band from the same name) in the Bay Region sometime in the mid-’90s. Among the founding people from the San Francisco-based music collective and record business RTFM, Robison began collaborating with fellow RTFMer David Earle in 1998 in order to find a automobile for the tracks she have been working on. The effect was a mixture of trip-hop and ambient pop accented by Robison’s relaxing alto vocals, a audio that would ultimately have the music group in comparison to performers like Björk, Sarah McLachlan, and Everything However the Lady. Performing beneath the name Artemis, Robison, and Earle had been became a member of by fellow Bay Region musician Keith Crusher around the group’s 1st album, Undone, that was released in 2001. Daniel Berkman and Rena Jones became a member of Artemis for this time, as well as the group spent another few years playing displays in the Bay Region. In 2003 Robison spent 8 weeks in north Scotland to be able to rest up and focus on fresh material. Time for SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA refreshed and prepared to focus on her fresh songs, Robison began recording Artemis’ 1st full-length, Gravity, in 2004. The recording premiered on RTFM in 2005, as well as the group continued its 1st U.K. tour that same 12 months.