s/he (album)

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Studio album by s/he
Released September 13, 2011
Recorded 2011
Genre Electronic pop, electronic rock
Length 44:25
Label Independent
Producer Michelle Chamuel, Tyler Duncan
s/he chronology
"U and I"
single release

s/he is the eponymous first album by the musical duo named "s/he", released in September 2011. The duo consists of Michelle Chamuel and Tyler Duncan, former members of the Ann Arbor, Michigan-based band Ella Riot.[1] The band went into hiatus in October 2011.[1] The album was released shortly after the band's hiatus announcement.[2] The album credits contributions by all then current band members and as such is the last collaborative venture of the group. An album review categorized the music as electronic-pop/rock, differentiated it from traditional synthpop, and was complimentary toward the vocal performance and incorporation of guitars and drums.[3]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "The One To Glow"   4:24
2. "Here With You"   3:54
3. "In The Dark"   5:29
4. "Mr Hyde"   4:32
5. "Love War"   3:27
6. "Good To Get Away"   3:52
7. "Together We're Alone"   4:29
8. "Let Her Go"   3:59
9. "World Divided"   5:22
10. "Until Then"   4:57


Credits adapted from Bandcamp music store.

  • Michelle Chamuel – writer, performer, producer, recording, mixing, design, vocals
  • Tyler Duncan – writer, performer, producer, recording, mixing, design
  • Robert Lester – electric guitar, synthesizer
  • Mike Shea – drums, percussion, glockenspiel
  • Matt Henninger – bass, trumpet
  • Devin Kerr – drums recording, additional mixing, mastering
  • Jon Morgan – photography
  • "World Divided" – written and produced by Chamuel, Duncan and Lester, programming by Lester


  1. ^ a b "Taking a break from Ella Riot". AnnArbor.com. November 8, 2011. Retrieved October 5, 2013. 
  2. ^ "DanceThink: The hiatus announcement". Ella Riot. September 7, 2011. Retrieved October 5, 2013. 
  3. ^ "s/he (2011) album review". andnowinstereo.co.uk. March 31, 2013. Retrieved October 5, 2013.