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Blonde Maze

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Albums Something Familiar (2021) Genre Electronic, Dance Spouse Arianna Levesque

Blonde Maze, the stage name of Amanda Steckler Levesque (formerly Amanda Steckler), is an electronic music producer and vocalist based in New York City.[1][2] Amanda's song Fade Into You has been featured on Never Have I Ever (TV series)[3] and Love, Victor.[4]

"After teaming up with labels Monstercat and Lowly, and with self-released single ‘Antarctica’ reaching Spotify’s U.S. Viral 50 and seeing spins on BBC Radio 1, she released her debut album [Something Familiar] on Enhanced Chill in 2021 that consisted of glistening tracks and dreamy soundscapes, which received strong support from Sirius XM Chill."[5]

Blonde Maze has opened shows for Sultan & Shepard[6], Haliene, Autograf,[7] Tritonal and Elderbrook.[5]

As an LGBT artist, Amanda has performed at both SXSW[8] and NYC Pride.[9] "Steckler quickly realized she could use her career to advocate for others with similar struggles. From being featured in Nylon, DJ Mag and Billboard Pride, she has consistently used her platform to raise awareness for LGBTQ+ communities. After years of what she describes as '\what she feared the most,”\' last year, Steckler got to proudly represent her community by playing Pride Fest at the NYC Pride event."[9]

Amanda is married to Arianna Steckler Levesque of the Levesque triplets.


  1. Weiner, Josh (2022-02-07). "Interview with Blonde Maze: 'Something Familiar,' Yet Also Wildly Innovative, Out From EDM Auteure". Atwood Magazine. Retrieved 2023-10-24.
  2. "Blonde Maze returns to Enhanced Chill with "Diamond Eyes"". Front View Magazine. April 10, 2021.
  3. Edwards, Chris (2023-06-08). "Here's every song in the 'Never Have I Ever' season four soundtrack". NME. Retrieved 2023-10-24.
  4. Sorren, Martha. "Love, Victor's Season 2 Soundtrack Includes 8 Original Songs". Retrieved 2023-10-24.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Alan (2023-07-01). "Blonde Maze - Live from NYC (full performance) 2023". Cookies and Cowpies - Great Falls, Montana. Retrieved 2023-10-24.
  6. "Sultan + Shepard, Blonde Maze, Rome in Silver, Biicla, Dos Heffes, AMBR, BrumJutt". April 29, 2023.
  7. "Autograf (Live), Blonde Maze b2b Attom at Elsewhere, New York".
  8. Crowley, Patrick (2018-03-09). "12 SXSW Performers Sound Off on the Importance of LGBTQ Representation in the Music Industry". Billboard. Retrieved 2023-10-24.
  9. 9.0 9.1 "Blonde Maze Releases Heartfelt Sophomore EP, Hold On, via Lowly". - The Latest Electronic Dance Music News, Reviews & Artists. Retrieved 2023-10-24.

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