I’m excited to share my latest interview video about the story behind the Four on the Floor EP! Find out how I brought the EP back into the world after a ten year hiatus, and the strange, out-of-the-blue diagnosis that gave me the extra nudge I needed to get serious about putting it back into the world ASAP in case I ever lose my ability to make and perform music! It’s been a loooong journey, but it was worth it to get these songs back into the world, where people can enjoy them.

I’m elated to say that the Four on the Floor EP is finally out today, everywhere you get music! Some people seem to have a hard time understanding what that means, so here’s an FAQ:

Is it on Spotify?


Is it on iTunes/Apple Music?


Is it on Pandora?


Is it on TikTok?


Is it on Tidal?


Is it on Amazon Music?


Is it on YouTube?

You betcha.

Is there any place people get music online that it’s NOT on?

No. That’s why I said it was everywhere.

Oh, so you mean like EVERYWHERE.


That’s why you said it was “everywhere” originally.

Yes, exactly.

But like, even SoundCloud and Bandcamp and stuff?

Do you think those places belong in the category of “everywhere”?


Then I guess the music is there too, isn’t it?

I guess it would be.


So then is the music there as well?

Are you this boneheaded all the time?


Ok cool. I’m glad it’s not just with me. Yes, the music is on SoundCloud and Bandcamp and literally everywhere else.

I’m not in the USA. Can I access the music from somewhere else?


Oh good, because I’m not located in the USA.

That’s ok. You don’t have to be.

Great, because I don’t want to be.

I don’t care about that.

Typical American. Only thinking about yourself!

Yup. It’s my release day. So that’s what I’m thinking about. Bye!

I’m happy to share a brand new interview video about my story as an artist, from becoming a musician at age 7 to releasing my dance-pop EP this Friday, December 18th!

Whenever I find a musical artist whose work I like, one of the first things I want to do is watch an interview with them and get a sense of them as a person, so I made a series of interview videos to go along with the release of the Four on the Floor EP so people who come across my music can get to know me.

I filmed 9 interviews in one day in one very overheated and under-air conditioned studio in Brooklyn in August, so the fact that I don’t look like a total sweaty mess in these interviews is kind of miraculous.

Thank you to my wonderful videographer/editor, Travis Stewart, his co-editor, Jason Zucker, our assistant, Aaron Duesing, makeup artist Lindsay Kastuk and hair stylist Hannah Faulkner. I love how the videos came out and it’s all thanks to them! Hope you all enjoy these as much as I do!

I’m so excited to finally be able to announce that The Four On The Floor EP is coming soon, and to reveal the gorgeous album art that Sarah Lillenberg designed for me, with a photo by Anna Haas!

The album art is inspired by NYC street art, graffiti, and the wonderful work of my favorite visual artist, Keith Haring. The iconography on the cover art is made up of lots of the things I sing about in the songs on the EP, so you’ll find things that represent New York City, like rats, pigeons, bagels, the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, pizza, taxi cabs and Yankees hats, things that represent love and attraction, like holding hands, mouths, hearts and love letters, and things that represent my life, like disco balls, high top sneakers, and running out of time, lol.

I am so jazzed about this album art and this release! I hope you love it as much as I do. More info coming soon!