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“Aum” is quite simply "sound medicine". The self-produced debut from Ch'Lu is an immersive, expansive & uplifting soundscape fusing hypnotic Sanskrit vocals, classical guitar arpeggiation and an electronic underscore. Click here for EPK

As part one of a series using the ancient Sanskrit texts of the Mandukya Upanishads, this opening verse is dedicated to the sound of creation, the vibration of 'Aum' (commonly known as ‘Om’). Listening to ‘Aum” will align every cell of your body with that of the universe, simultaneously healing, grounding and invigorating you. This is a track to relax and wind-down to which will also leave you feeling more inspired and consciously aware.


Ch'Lu's vision is to transmit the healing and calming vibrations of Sanskrit and other beautiful languages to a wider and contemporary audience in a unique and engaging way.

"Aum", the Debut single from Ch'Lu


Don't Music Video - Awards and more...


"Don’t forget this name”



"This glitchy folktronica is well worth investigating."​​

Don't has recently won the prestigious Honorable Mention Award as Best Music Video and Ch'Lu was Finalist for Best Actress, both at the New York International Film Festival. It also won the Best Music Video award at the Sound And Vision International Film & Technology Festival (NYC),  Finalist at the Portland Comedy Film Festival (USA), Second Prize in the Best Music Video category at the International 12 Month Film Festival (Romania) in addition to nominations for Best Sound Design and Editing; and a Best Experimental Film nomination at Audioshoot International Music Video & Film Festival (Ireland).


Ch'Lu's anthem to admin and tech stress continues to spread far and wide and has recently also become the theme-tune to TV comedy Batshit as well as being Music Video of the Month for Swiss TV Channel La Télé.

Don't reflects on the pains and pressures of the 21st century administrative tasks we all face each day. We have all been driven to despair by forgotten passwords, lack of internet connection or when a machine simply doesn’t work. This is the anthem to that admin and technology stress.

Don't has also been chosen for the Official Selection at the: Montreal Independent Film Festival, Moving Parts Film Festival (USA), Dadasaheb Phalke International Film Festival (Mumbai), Atalanta Comedy Film Festival, Hollywood First-Time Film-maker Showcase, Music Shorts Film Festival (USA), Figueira da Foz Film Art Festival Internacional de Cinema (Portugal), Las Vegas Film Convention, Mozi Motion Film Festival (Netherlands), and Lift-Off First-Time Film Maker Sessions (Pinewood, UK).

Baggage : Sitcom-writing Sister-team 

When a passive-aggressive minimalist & a sentimental hoarder fight to keep a dysfunctional inner-city storage unit from closure, they learn what it means to let go.


This teazer video gives a flavour of  Baggage, the sitcom Ch'Lu has been creating with her sister (author and comedy writer) Lorelei Mathias. Ch'Lu brings life to the character of Sue Fennel, Regional Manager of Cling-ons Storage Unit and professional un-clutter-er.


It also features some of Ch'Lu's unreleased music. If you wish to invest in the production, or become part of the team, please visit our Comedy Crowd TV page.


You can keep posted with the buzz of it all via the Tiktok, Instagram and Facebook pages, which are led by the face of the series, Sue Fennel.


Time That is Mine - Officical Music Video drops

“This is a song that flowed out of me as fast as the flow of Zurich’s Limmat river below me. "

Time That is Mine, Ch'Lu's most downloaded track, has just won the Grand Jury Award for Best Song at the New York International Film Festival. The song has recently been chosen as the soundtrack to the film The Litter Mermaid (A comedy about humans, a tragedy about plastic), selected as Artistic Echoes track of the month, for the Lift-Off Film Festival in Hollywood and Pinewood and a feature of the 2020 Lechdale Virtual Music Festival.


Described by producer Pete Brazier at Vertical Rooms as "a psychedelic selfish flamenco ballad" it was re-released to celebrate the launch of the music video directed by Vee Vimolmal. Ch'Lu’s ethereal harmonies, conscious lyrics and classical guitar arpeggiation are the foundation to her signature sound which she co-produced in Switzerland with electronic sound designer Rupert Lally. The video, shot in beautiful locations between Hampstead Heath and Mayfield Lavender Farm on simply an iPhone XR and DJI Osmo Gimbal, takes you on an inward nostalgic journey.

Cake : TV Comedy-Drama

A period drama about when we used to work in offices.

Ch'Lu is delighted to be part of this new well-observed piece of writing from Melon Comedy.

See more here on IMDB Page

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Zwei Kartoffeln

Ch'Lu features in new German book...

Ch'Lu shot her first unofficial music video rather spontaneously in Laos whilst improving her rock-climbing skills back in 2012. German climber and author Tanja Weidner has now published her latest non-fiction book Zwei Kartoffeln in Laos, in which she talks about her time in Laos and meeting Ch'Lu, discovering her music, hosting her concerts, and how it then led to the penning of the confessional and hilarious song Learning To Rock-climb, which Ch'Lu then shot using the local climbing and Laos community. Many happy memories are shared in this moving and astounding book, ( I am under the name Camilla Mathias) which you can buy here on Amazon 

 Ch'Lu's"Gayatri Mantra"

NASA have been using the power of Sanskrit to communicate with new forms of life for decades.

As ninja warrior and artist, Ch’Lu wants to entertain you into feeling less alone, anxious or stressed and more like the best version of yourself: connected, fulfilled and eager to get out of bed each day.


Ch'Lu fuses the ancient with the contemporary in this next sanskrit composition to lift your spirits, connect, heal and raise your conscious awareness. Composed, performed, recorded, mixed and produced by Ch'Lu, using her traditional layers of ethereal vocals and classical guitar, and an array of "intruments" including a two-string violin, a spoon and cup, pieces of paper, breathing and whistling.

The mantra is repeated 108 times and with a running time of over 35 minutes, the track can be used for anything from chanting and singing to yoga, meditation and dance. 

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