Hailing from Miami, ASHERAH is the electronic pop alias of Boston-based singer, songwriter, producer, and composer, Ariel Morer. Produced in collaboration with left-field electronic musician Medulasa, ASHERAH’s debut EP, Ephemeral, chronicles the grief process through shimmering sound design, atmospheric vocals, and intimate lyricism.
Prior to rebranding as ASHERAH, Morer began working with Grammy producer David Ruttenberg in her teens and saw international success when she was featured on Klaas's "Lift Me Up" (2016), via Universal France and Warner Music Germany, making its way onto two of Apple Music Germany's #1 Dance albums. Her subsequent work in the Miami electro pop scene preceded her invitation to perform at festivals like III Points alongside artists such as SOPHIE, M83, Flying Lotus, Denzel Curry, Oneohtrix Point Never, Machinedrum, and Flight Facilities and led to her opening for acts like The Radio Dept. In addition to her work as a performing artist, Morer has participated in songwriting camps for artists like Kimbra, has written and curated for Tongue Tied Music Magazine, and is a Berklee College of Music World Tour scholarship recipient currently pursuing her BM at their Boston and Valencia, Spain campuses.