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"Haunting Downloads"

She dressed as Catwoman (way before Halloween) when producing Catwoman: Resolution and her first-ever directorial debut was last week at the Chashama Film Festival in NYC. The Girl in the Red Dress, the altar ego of the main character in Dirty Step Upstage (which is wicked good, btw), gave us the lowdown from her newly released tunes. Rockin’ a red latex dress (last minute costume idea, ladies?), meet our sinfully talented trend maven of the week, Miss Amber Moelter.

Not only did she star in and produce this chock full o’ drama cinema, she also composed the original score guaranteed to blow the cobwebs off your speakers.

At the premiere of Dirty Step Upstage, Amber took the opportunity to show off her goods and belted out the songs you see below- live to film fest attendees. Her stunt was well worth it because her performance intrigued film buffs. She also scored the title of Best Actress. (Way to take NY by the devil horns.)

Just in time for October 31st, we dare you to play these songs at your fright fest. (All written and performed by Amber, except “Who’s the Girl,” by Madonna.) With influences from Nine Inch Nails, Michael Jackson, Evanescence, Rob Zombie, and Ozzy Ozbourne, they provide the perfect soundtrack for bobbing for apples.

Spook yourself into a Halloween mood with these eerie tunes for your iPod. (Now downloading for $2.97!):

“Disguise” – An upbeat jam with killer guitar solo about how Girl In The Red Dress originated.

“(Nothing But My) Heartbeat” – A dreamy anthem for anyone haunted by a former love. Wait till the ghosts come out halfway...

“Dirty Step Upstage”- The obvious movie theme song. Hard beats and electric guitar make the dark story of the Girl’s quest for fame pulsate.

“Who’s That Girl?” - A French jazz twist on this Madonna classic. Slower tempo with plenty of violin, guitar, accordion, bass, drums, and of course, the voice of the Girl in the Red Dress.


"Disguise" EP, reached number 1 on Soundclick.
"Who's That Girl" Single, a French jazz cover of Madonna's song.

As we are building our fanbase, we have over 100,000 views on Youtube, thousands of fans on MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, and through our mailing list. We received free streaming through Jango, after having incredible and immediate positive feedback and fans.



Needing a dark and vengeful climax for her feature film, independent filmmaker Amber Moelter wrote and composed the title track to her directorial debut, Dirty Step Upstage.

Inspired by Nine Inch Nails and Michael Jackson's "Thriller" she took the song to Chicago producer Chris G of Studio Chicago, who brought it to life. She flew in former Dio lead guitarist and current member of rock band DC4, Rowan Robertson, to shred a solo for the track. They then traveled to London to shoot the music video dream sequence for her reality thriller about a singer that would do whatever it took to become famous. The music video will be premiering in March 2010.

Obsessed by the character she played in the movie, Amber refuses to take off the red dress. She is now the "Girl." She continues making music with Chris G. and Rowan Robertson, and on occasion brings in other amazingly talented musicians.

The music is crowd-pleasing, beat heavy, electronic pop with rock guitars and other sprinklings of live instrumentation. Influences include Nine Inch Nails, Bjork, Lamb, Madonna, Michael Jackson, Phil Collins, Peter Gabriel, Portishead, Shiny Toy Guns, Moloko.

But at the core of "Girl in the Red Dress" is the girl in a red latex dress that has won praise from the fetish community. In fact, Amber's roots as a fetish icon go deeper than just this film, which recently premiered a the opening night of the Chashama Film Festival, where Moelter won the Victor Award for Best Actress with her role of GITRD. She also starred in two short Catwoman fan films, appeared in a two-page spread in iconic fetish publication Marquis Magazine, and was nominated for the 2009 European Special Fetish Award.

The Dirty Step Upstage soundtrack, featuring GITRD songs Dirty Step Upstage and Disguise, was nominated for Best Soundtrack at the Maverick Movie Awards.

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