Meredith Yayanos

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Meredith Anne Yayanos is a California-based violinist, vocalist and thereminist. Her work has been featured on tracks with artists including The Dresden Dolls, The Vanity Set, Revue Noir, David Garland and The Walkmen.

Yayanos was a contributing artist to the comic book project 9-11: Emergency Relief, created to benefit the American Red Cross in the wake of the September 11, 2001 attacks. She is also the inspiration for a comic book character named Melanctha, appearing in the 21st issue of Planetary by Warren Ellis and John Cassaday.[1]

She is also a photographer with a portfolio on flickr featuring fellow artists, New York scenery, and personal photos. She is a founding member of the alternative magazine Coilhouse. [2]

Yayanos is currently recording an album with her band The Parlour Trick.

Discography[edit]

The following is a partial list of albums featuring Yayanos:

  • 2001 – Raz Mesinai: Before the Law
  • 2002 – Kings County Queens: Big Ideas
  • 2002 – Love Life: Here Is Night, Brothers, Here the Birds Burn
  • 2002 – The Vanity Set: Little Stabs at Happiness
  • 2002 – The Walkmen: Everyone Who Pretended to Like Me Is Gone
  • 2002 – Thomas Truax: Full Moon Over Wowtown
  • 2003 – Piñataland: Songs From the Forgotten Future
  • 2003 – David Garland: On the Other Side of the Window
  • 2003 – Mike "Sport" Murphy: Uncle
  • 2004 – Aaron English Band: All the Waters of This World
  • 2004 – Barbez: Barbez
  • 2004 – The Dresden Dolls: A Is for Accident
  • 2004 – White Hassle: The Death of Song
  • 2005 – Dame Darcy: Dame Darcy's Greatest Hits
  • 2005 – Amiel: Accidents By Design
  • 2005 – Botanica (Band): Botanica vs. the Truth Fish
  • 2005 – Parker and Lily: The Low Lows
  • 2005 – Thomas Traux: Audio Addiction
  • 2005 – Revue Noir: Projekt Presents: A Dark Cabaret
  • 2006 – Various Artists: Brainwaves (song: "The Lovers" with Amanda Palmer
  • 2008 – Faun Fables : A Table Forgotten
  • 2009 – Elegi: Varde
  • 2009 – Beats Antique: Contraption (EP Vol. 1)
  • 2012 – Stolen Babies : "Naught" (song "Behind the Days")

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