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After a four-year hiatus in the electro genre, Emily Zuzik returns with the release of her downtempo single, The Only Moment in the World, on Feb. 25, 2014. Zuzik co-produced and mixed the song with Jimmy La Valle (The Album Leaf). The song was created as part of a digital pop-up book project, A Picture is Worth..., published by Proseed Books, which paired musicians and photographers together to create a work based on the imagery provided. Drawing on images of industrial French river towns at the break of day, the song follows a couple as they wind their way along the water and through a history of their affair.
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.
She has toured extensively across the US and UK. Zuzik is an Epiphone/Gibson Guitars Endorsed Artist, a commissioned musical artist for Esopus Magazine and a vocalist in Erie Insurance jingles and the Blue Man Group Production Saturday Morning Puppet Club. Her songs have been licensed for the CW show Smallville, The Nate Berkus Show, BRAVO's Flipping Out, the National Geographic documentary Slammed: Inside Indie Wrestling, Amsale Girls, the Cuba Gooding Jr. film Ticking Clock and the indie film Fifth Form.