Emily Zuzik is a native Pittsburgh singer-songwriter by way of San Francisco, Austin, New York City and now Los Angeles. She has sung in acoustic folk cafes, lead rock bands, fronted cover bands, worked with some notable electronica producers and sung on a number of licensed works for TV and film.

Recently, Zuzik re-teamed with Tim Lefebvre to create a new musical project called Angelenos. The duo worked with numerous talents such as Gary Novak, Nick Littlemore, Peter Adams, Jason Linder, and David Siegel. The record came out in late 2016. In the same year, cowriting partner Geoff Pearlman and EZ wrote and released two singles, the folk rocker, Winter in California (which was featured in Local Anesthetic on KCSN) and the soul ditty, Tender.

In 2011, Emily was a featured singer and cowriter of "The Low Hum" on Moby's "Destroyed" album. She has worked with a number of other downtempo artists over the years including South London's Sizzlax and Los Angeles' Acacia Downs. Additionally, she and bassist/producer Tim Lefebvre released an eclectic electronic pop album, Domestic Blitz, in 2010.

Emily also sang the theme song to the NBC rom-com "Love Bites" (2010-11), which she recorded with composer Art Hays. Additionally, Emily sang songs for the Aimee Teagarden character in the WB series "Aim High." Her music has been licensed for the MTV show Catfish, Bravo!'s Girlfriend's Guide to Divorce, the El Rey Network's Matador (episode directed by Robert Rodriguez), Sundance Selects film Free the Nipple, films The Endless and Spring, CW show Smallville, The Nate Berkus Show, BRAVO's Flipping Out, XOX Betsey Johnson, National Geographic Channel's indie wrestling doc, Slammed, Amsale Girls, the Cuba Gooding Jr. film Ticking Clock and the indie film Fifth Form as well as interactive campaigns for Hormel and Jenn Air.

A proud Epiphone Guitars endorsed artist and 2005 calendar girl, Emily released her debut solo album, The Way it's Got to Be, in February 2003, which received praises from NYC's The Village Voice and Time Out, as well as Performing Songwriter Magazine's Top DIY Picks, November 2003. Emily has been featured in publications such as ICON Magazine, GO! NYC Magazine and Women Who Rock Magazine. Emily's song "That's the Way" was a semi-finalist in the JANE Magazine Readers compliation in 2004, and also appeared as one of IGN for Men's "Babe of the Day".

She has toured extensively across the US and UK. Zuzik is a commissioned musical artist for Esopus Magazine and the ProSeed Books project "A Picture is Worth..." and a vocalist in Erie Insurance jingles and the Blue Man Group sold out shows at The Hollywood Bowl and BMG Production Saturday Morning Puppet Club. 


Emily Zuzik - Lead Vocals Nick Littlemore - Vocal Manipulations Celia Chavez, Emily Zuzik - Backing Vocals Jason Lindner - Prophet 12 Gary Novak - drums Tim Lefebvre - Bass, Additional Keys, programming Backing Vox Celia Chavez, Emily Zuzik Written by Emily Zuzik/Tim Lefebvre Produced by Tim Lefebvre Co Produced by Gary Novak Mixed by Alan Hertz, Gary Novak, Tim Lefebvre

A look behind the making of the new record by Emily Zuzik, Tim Lefebvre and Gary Novak, live from Kronos Studio in Burbank, CA. Hear new songs, interviews with the band and more... Video by Enrico le Pera