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Launch of New Music Video "Climb" - April 4, 2017

Emily Richards Launches First Music Video in 15 Year, Under Alias "Madam Snowflake"

Climb" is the Debut Music Video by Madam Snowflake (Emily Richards)

The dysfunction and depression in ourselves and our world are explored through the lens of awakening by Madam S. in her track "Climb."

The delicate yet powerful vocals of Madam Snowflake are heard in hundreds of thousands of remixes all over the world. Her high-quality vocal stems for "Climb" are available under CC license here: 


Madam Snowflake has teamed up with producer Nico Fyve for the single "Climb" -- and rumor has it they are working on an entire collection of tracks and videos to be released over the next year. 



I’m dysfunctional baby

And so are you
Clearly dysfunctional baby
There’s nothing to do but


Soul smothered by mental illness
Ego entertained by screen violence
So obviously flawed in our history books
What can we do?

Yea, I’m dysfunctional baby
And you’re dysfunctional baby
We’re all dysfunctional baby
There’s nothing to do but

AWAKEN (out of the madness)
AWAKEN (light in the darkness)
AWAKEN (out of the madness)

(Climb out of this well of insanity
Climb out, climb out, climb!)

Call to arms and extermination 
How can we call ourselves human 
Witnessing species mutation
There’s nothing to do but


AWAKEN (out of the madness)
AWAKEN (light in the darkness)
AWAKEN (out of the madness)

Climb, climb
Climb out of this of well of insanity
Pull me out of this cell of insanity
Climb out, climb out, climb out

Copyright Emily Richards, RillRiver Publishing

Emily Richards to Speak, Perform for UofU School of Music - January 22, 2015

Emily Richards UofU Lecture Recital Music for Healing

Introduction to Music For Healing
University of Utah Campus Wide Collaboration
with Global Community

January 27, 2015, 4:00-5:00 p.m.
David Gardner Hall Room 270

Presenter:  Emily Richards, CEO
Alumna of U of U David Eccles School of Business
Professional Musician, 14 album releases

You are cordially invited to attend a unique lecture-recital hosted by the U of U School of Music on Tuesday, January 27. Alumna EmilyRichards will introduce a new campus-wide creation project entitled Music for Healing. All students and faculty are invited to learn how they can participate in this project focused on creating a new collection of Creative Commons licensed music to help others.

Whether you play an instrument, sing, write lyrics, compose, or read poetry, your participation will provide collaborative opportunities with the international community of 45,000 producers and musicians at  Your contribution could also be incorporated into Dr. Norman Foster’s Music and Memory program, film, video games, web videos, or future music album releases. 

Don’t miss this opportunity to express your creativity and be part of something being offered only by the University of Utah.

Organizing areas of the U of U:
School of Music

David Eccles School of Business

Lassonde Entrepreneurial Institute

School of Medicine

Marriott Library

I Give Music Away Because of ccMixter - October 4, 2014

After, my music didn't have a home. For years I explored places like MySpace, GarageBand and ReverbNation. None of them had that interactive component that made so magical. So when I finally found, it felt like going home. Now I compose and record with musicians all around the world, and my artistry continues to develop and grow. ccMixter is my muse! Would you consider giving $1 to keep ccMixter running free? Please? :) Thank you!


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