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"The love child of Kate Bush & Sia." -Paper

"Trippy, dark." -Galore

"Simply haunting." -NYLON

"Lovelorn with a hint of vengeance." -Refinery29

"You're going to want to check this out." -Billboard

"Equal parts empowering and catchy." --BUST



On July 31, Arizona-via-New York City artist-producer Emmy Wildwood released her latest single “Mosh The Pit,” produced alongside Nashville musician Chris Kuffner. Described as a “‘90s industrial dance party,” she says, and is “about breaking out of roles you can’t survive in and making your own destiny.” Wildwood co-wrote the song with her partner, musician Nic Pool, at their home studio in Tucson during quarantine.

Listen to “Mosh The Pit” here.

“Mosh The Pit” follows her debut self-produced album Heavy Petals, released in March and recorded in quarantine. Wildwood's solo career began in earnest in 2013, following the release of her debut EP Mean Love. She has since earned support from Ryan Seacrest, Patricia Fields, BUST MagazineUproxx, The Line Of Best Fit, Popdust, Bitch Magazine, Logo.'s NewNowNextBrooklyn Vegan, and more. That year she opened a boutique-record label hybrid, Tiger Blanket, on Graham Ave. in Brooklyn, which produced limited edition 7" vinyl for local bands including Mother Feather. The outfit also hosted pop-up events and concerts, which helped her be named one of TimeOutNY's "Most Fashionable New Yorkers," while the Village Voice hailed her as their "Best Indie Pop Star" in their annual Best Of issue. Her single “Scream" also earned a synch on FOX's “Scream Queens” soundtrack (Jamie Lee Curtis, Emma Roberts).

In 2018, Wildwood moved home to Tucson, after a decade spent living and playing in New York. She came back to center, thanks to the city's contagious lo fi spirit, which helped her embrace and reconnect with her own punk and DIY origins in the community, and "the girl who made all of her own flyers for her punk band and played at Skrappy’s the local all ages venue," she says. She learned ProTools and brought her creative process in-house after losing touch with her vision and artistry. “All I wanted was to use the voice of that girl who would do anything to have someone feel the emotional impact of her songs."

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