Lavender Fields is a producer, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who creates ethereal portals of sonic beauty, transcending time and space. Her spellbinding performances are accompanied by her playing the keys, flute, guitar and singing.

Lavender Fields' captivating genre-bending live electronica experience is created as she fuses analog hardware with the innovations of electronic music guided by the intention to heal.

The creator’s journey began with her foundation in classical music and has since alchemized with many of her inspirations, from the mystical classical compositions of Tchaikovsky to the timeless, reggae beats of Bob Marley. Flying Lotus’ experimental electronica inspired Lavender Fields to explore, create, and fuse sounds with the Moog.

Her ultimate goal in music is to share a positive message with the world. Her passion for the environment is also expressed through her project “Light Up The World”, where she plants lavender in every city she visits.

Meet Lavender Fields, a musician and producer from San Diego, California, making spiritually and environmentally conscious psychedelic music. Lavender’s music stems from a verdant cocktail of influences and impulses. She fuses dub, reggae, electronics and psychedelia together in ways that are heavy on coxing the part of your brain that switches things to automatic.” - Aaron Lee

Fringe Frequencies, UK

San Diego based singer, producer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Lavender Fields is both classically trained and completely free of artistic inhibitions. Wide open to musical influences of all sorts (including sounds she encountered on a trip to India), she uses the Moog, the flute, and her own voice to create original soundscapes that soothe, heal, and enlighten. ” - Wanda Waterman for Voice Magazine, LA

Voice Magazine

“When you need a wake-up call, try riding the psychedelic surge of Lavender Fields’s ‘Waverly’. This multi-instrumentalist and producer from Los Angeles, California, has let loose a thrilling kaleidoscopic blend of sparky synths and wonky electronic dub that feels a bit like a mix between Tune-Yards, Little Dragon and MIA.”” - Fringe Frequencies, UK

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