Emily Zuzik

Singer/Songwriter/Top Liner

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Experienced multi-range, award winning singer and songwriter (Moby, Tim Lefebvre, The Album Leaf, NBC's Love Bites theme song) seeks projects for collaboration.

Emily Zuzik is an LA-based singer-songwriter who has musical roots in electronic music, as well as alt-country and rock. She is also a writer/singer for the synth project, Woves, which was featured on tastemaker Nic Harcourt’s radio show, Static Realms, Absynth and XRP Radio. Woves released Chaos Mesa, on Retro Reverb Records recently which landed on many Best of lists. Emily also has collaborative singles with Trip Jacker, Enchanted Kids, SP84 and Betamax Dub Machine that came out in the last year. In 2011, Emily was the lead singer and cowriter of "The Low Hum" on Moby's Destroyed album. She has worked with several other artists over the years including The Album Leaf, Sizzlax, Solid Stone, Acacia Downs, Will Pharaoh, as well as released two albums of electronic music with Tim Lefebvre (Domestic Blitz and ANGELENOS) as well as a new single EVill Remix 2022 exclusively for State of Bass Records Generation Blitz Concrete and Chrome compilation this year. Previously, she has also sung the theme for NBC's Love Bites, performed soundtrack work with The Album Leaf and voiced the Aimee Teagarden songs for WB Interactive's Aim High. She also sang and acted in the Jose Cuervo commercial "Last Days."

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Credits

Discogs verified credits for Emily Zuzik
  • Sexfresh
  • J. DiMenna
  • Various
  • Tom Glynn
  • Alex Walker (3)
  • Moby
  • Jeff Litman
  • Diversion (3)
  • The Album Leaf
  • Various
  • Various
  • Various
  • Various
  • Various
  • Various
  • Diversion (3)
  • Various
  • Various / Daniel Johnston
  • Moby
  • Moby
  • Moby

Languages

  • English

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  1. Review by Synth C.
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    Having heard a number of projects Emily had released, I reached out to collaborate on a couple of projects of mine. I wasn’t disappointed. The two ideas were different in style and genre, Emily’s range and vocal delivery were amazing. Giving 80s/90s pop on one and the next being dark, she was able to bring a moody, husky rock-esque performance. Vocal range is strong but more than that, is the performance within the delivery, which sets singers apart. I’ll be looking to work with Emily again for sure and I highly recommend others to work with her. You will not be disappointed.

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