(Click title to read full article) ...Merilette opened with the devastatingly good, electro-dance pop single, "The Queen. Kaleidoscope" found Merilette bouncing and pogo dancing like '90s pop star Samantha "Saffron" Sprackling of Republica, who did the same thing back when the British pop band debuted in S.A. at Sneakers. As promised, "Horrible Bastards," a song about sexual abuse and violence, made it into the set... ...Also unexpected, until one sees her live, is the gothic edge to some of the tracks. It's a fine line between self-indulgence and the point where genius begins, and Merilette seems willing to traipse a Kate Bush art-pop line in the sand. Weird" is often what makes rock 'n' roll great. This young woman's got it, whether reveling in the cascading vocal overlays of "Chillbit," Lorde-style minimalism on "Catch the Sun" or singing about cannibalism...  ” - Hector Saldaña

San Antonio Express-News

(Click title for photo of the article) I'm currently waiting on this particular magazine to arrive at my abode so I can write out the whole article here!” - Makenzie Hogan

Texas Music Magazine

(Click title for news interview) A local musician chooses to leave public school and take courses online to focus on her music career.16-year old "Merilette" says the decision to leave high school after her freshman year and take courses online gave her more time to focus on music. JT Street learns why the aspiring pop star's parents supported her decision to choose stardom over school on "Street's Corner.” - JT Street

FOX News San Antonio

Merilette's "Mindpaint" album release party, Feb. 20: Seventeen-year-old electropop artist (born Morgan Graf) hails from Schertz and delivered a fantastic record in the mold of Lady Gaga, Lorde, St. Vincent, and Katy Perry. In concert she can shake, shake, shake like Taylor Swift. Precocious, driven, talented and slightly twisted is this one.” - Hector Saldaña

— San Antonio Express News - Best of 2015 Issue

(Click title for video interview) This is the first musician interview I am doing on my blog. Merilette is a talented young musician living here in San Antonio.She recently released her first album in February of 2015 . I was surprised to learn that she has put all of this together at the age of 17. She is very sharp and I think the world will definitely be seeing more of her in the future. Her music has an introspective indie synth pop sound and you should check it out.” - Spencer Cooley

Creative Socialite (video interview)

(Click title to read full article) "...Merilette was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. At the age of five, she was inspired by the musical, The Phantom of the Opera, and began singing. With the original intentions of becoming an opera singer, as she grew older and experienced different genres of music, her interests evolved. She continued to sing and also began classical violin lessons.  At the age of 13, Merilette began performing publicly. Now, at the age of 17, she is a pop singer/songwriter that has launched an album...  ” - Erica Benevides

Celebrate Music San Antonio

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