NEW SINGLE WITH WILL PHARAOH OF SING ENGINE RECORDS OUT NOW
The first single off Will Pharaoh's debut ep is now available on iTunes. Josh Ricchio (Freak Owls) and Kolby Wade (Elladora, Ladycop) comprise the production duo, Will Pharaoh. Combining the influences from their former bands and projects into a seamless thread of chill wave, electronic and pop. Live instrumentation, electronics and sampling are utilized to create soundscapes featuring multiple vocalists and collaborators from various genres. The first release, "Perfect Mistake", from the duo's Summer 2015 debut album, features the fabulous Emily Zuzik on vocals. Zuzik brings the perfect amount of potency and restraint to "Perfect Mistake", gelling instantly in vocal sessions with the duo.
This is the first of a planned string of single releases from Will Pharaoh, including remixes of multiple artists' works, leading up to their debut full-length and put out by Ricchio's Sing Engine Records.
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EMILY'S SONGS IN NEW FILMS--SPRING AND FREE THE NIPPLE
Watch out for the Toronto International Film Festival featured film, Spring, by Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead making the festival circuit. Score by Jimmy LaValle of The Album Leaf. EZ's song The Only Moment in the World is included in the film's soundtrack. You can preview the trailer here.
And good news for Art Hays and I as our song, Jagged Life, will be in the new film, Free the Nipple, which opens in Sundance Selects theatres and VOD on December 12!
AND DON'T FORGET TV...
Emily's song Red Handed (co-written with Art Hays) appeared on the El Rey Network show Matador in the season one finale. The episode was also directed by famed director Robert Rodriguez!
NEW MUSICAL COLLABORATION
New singles coming soon cowritten and sung by EZ with Sing Engine Records artist Will Pharaoh, UK DJ/Producer Joe Lewis (Sizzlax, REFIX, Bipolar) and featured Bass Player Magazine and Tedeschi Trucks Band bassist Tim Lefebvre. More on each release as details arise.
LIFE OF RILEY AND OTHER WILD JOYS
Stop by the latest written project of EZ, her blog, to read more about the music she's making, the child she's raising and the journey she's on in Los Angeles. http://emilyzuzik.blogspot.com
EMILY COWRITES AND SINGS FOR MOBY ON DESTROYED
EZ cowrote the song, "The Low Hum," with Moby and sings it on the new record. Emily is also the featured vocalist of "Breakdown," which came out on Moby's Deluxe Edition of Destroyed. The album and corresponding book of photography originally was debuted at NYC's Clic Gallery on Wed. May 12th. Here are some images from the show.
EMILY SINGS THEME SONG FOR THE NBC SHOW "LOVE BITES"
The theme song, which is a cover of the Pretenders "Message of Love", was recorded and performed by Emily Zuzik with Art Hays.
- HuffPost Interview with Emily Zuzik - Huffington Post
- LA Examiner Feature on The Wild Joys of Living - LA's Examiner.com
- Emily writes about Collaboration for LA's The Comet
OTHER PROJECTS AND PAST NEWS
Artist and rocker mom Emily Zuzik is a veteran of live performance from LA to her former homes NYC and San Francisco. Earlier in 2014, she released the downtempo single, The Only Moment in the World, which she co-produced and mixed with Jimmy La Valle (The Album Leaf) and is currently working on a collection of electronica for release.
In September 2013, Emily sang in two sold out shows with Blue Man Group at the Hollywood Bowl. In 2011, Emily was a featured singer and cowriter of "The Low Hum" on Moby's "Destroyed" album as well as the featured vocalist on the theme to NBC's comedy Love Bites. She has toured extensively across the US and UK.
Zuzik is an Epiphone/Gibson Guitars Endorsed Artist. Her songs have been licensed for the upcoming Sundance Selects release Free the Nipple and indie festival favorite Spring, El Rey Network's Matador, CW show Smallville, MTV's hit Catfish, The Nate Berkus Show, the fashion reality show, XOXO Betsey Johnson, BRAVO's Flipping Out, National Geographic Channel's indie wrestling doc, Slammed, Amsale Girls, the Cuba Gooding Jr. film Ticking Clock and the indie film Fifth Form.