The Swiss electronic pop trio Velma fancies itself composed of multimedia artists instead of merely music artists. They might just be the initial band because the Individual Group to credit a nonmusical visible contributor, film loop expert Olivier Mariette, as a completely fledged person in the music group, but their bewitching mixture of minimalist electronica and soundtrack-like melodies is basically intriguing more than enough to forgive the casual whiff of pretension. Vocalist Christophe Jaquet, guitarist and keyboardist Christian Garcia, and drummer Stephane Vecchione fulfilled at a skill exhibition in Lausanne, Switzerland, in 1996. Their initial album, Rythmique, premiered in European countries on the tiny indie ITT Information. (This record, which went of print nearly instantly, was reissued over the Namskeio label in 2001.) The American indie Emperor Norton agreed upon the trio in 1998 and released their second record, Cyclique, in early 1999. However the label originally agreed upon the group to a three-album offer, Velma had been released off their agreement in 2000; the trio agreed upon to Namskeio Information and released a stopgap EP, Parole, afterwards that calendar year. The four monitors from that discharge appeared intact over the group’s third full-length, Panoramique, released in Feb 2002. Besides their regular albums, Velma possess released many limited-edition EPs of ambient and incidental music linked to artwork installations and dance recitals independently Mnarstik label, including 2000’s Cyclique2 and two 2001 produces, Natal and Finale.