Em George
Gig Seeker Pro

Em George

Sydney, Australia | Established. Jan 01, 2013 | INDIE

Sydney, Australia | INDIE
Established on Jan, 2013
Band Folk Indie


This band has not uploaded any videos
This band has not uploaded any videos



""Murderers On The Inside" (S. KOZ Remix)"

Known for his production for the likes of The Game, Meek Mill, and Madonna, the Toronto-based producer, S. KOZ, takes to Sydney's Em George on this rather large remix of "Murderers On The Inside". It's safe to say you've never heard of either of these artists, so it's time to kill two birds with one stone and get familiar with both below. - Hilly Dilly


With a raw vocal and stripped back production Sydney artist Em George graces us with her latest single The Grind‘. The first track from the Sydneysiders debut EP is something really special. The raw lyrics are heavy with emotion. Backed by only a guitar, the track takes on a certain heart-wrenching passion that fills you from head to toe.

The track may not grab you from the onset, but by the time it’s finished you’re fully wrapped up in the tune’s emotion. It’s a track that will stay in your head on your way to work in the morning, through the day, and when you get home. It’s a great little introduction to the singer’s debut EP and will surely see Em find a home on new listeners devices. - Semplesize

"Digital Music Review: EM GEORGE "Em George [EP]""

If you listen to a lot of music (and if you read music reviews, I assume that you do) you can begin to put pieces together to form music ideas without even really hearing a band but just having them explained to you. Like if I said, for instance, that a band had those funky guitar riffs and horns you could put together that it was under the banner of ska without even hearing it and you might be right.

But what Em George does on this EP is create five songs that are primarily filled with delicate vocals and acoustic guitar notes. If you read that, as simple as it may seem, you will think of it as being something along the lines of folk music and you will be correct but what Em George does goes above and beyond that somehow.

Somewhere between Anna Nalick and Robin Kirby, sometimes stretching to Fleetwood Mac, Em George finds her own voice on this EP which can be as powerful as it is haunting. It's not that it's scary, it's just that the delivery is the type which can leave a lasting impression on you. It has a rather serious side to it, as if I imagine that Em George were to stand up anywhere, even in the busiest and noisiest of spaces, and began playing and singing everyone would fall silent and offer up their undivided attention.

Lyrically, these songs are something from a distant past, a time when music had real substance, back before these new so-called artists decided that they could rhyme "shmoopity" with "boopity" and get it stuck in peoples heads. You know, this goes back to when our parents (and in some cases your grandparents) had vinyl and it was filled with the songs of Bob Dylan. What I'm saying is-- Em George is a real song writer and there aren't too many of them left these days it seems.

Whether you're looking for music to inspire, hypnotize or just relax on a cool summer night, Em George will give you all of that and more, pouring these songs out like her heart itself and leaving nothing behind. As I said from the start, this is folk music but it is so much more than just that. - Raised By Gypsies


Following on from three successful singles, with her debut, “Murderers on the Inside” optioned by HBO and remixed by LA-based producer Stephen Kozmeniuk (Madonna, Kayne West) comes Em George’s debut EP released through Marshmallow Pavement Records.

The EP was produced by Ryan Miller (Oliver Tank, The Delta Riggs, Magic Bones) and Matt O’Connor at The A&R Department (Harts, Magic Bones).

“Blues Lady” is the second release from Em’s debut self-titled EP. The song was written about Billie Holiday and was selected as a semi-finalist for the International Songwriting Competition 2015.

The first single release from the EP, “Paper Hearts”, spent two weeks in the AMRAP Metro and Regional Charts reaching number three. It was also featured in The Music Network alongside artists such as C.W Stoneking. It was also released to radio in United States receiving airplay in New York, Texas and California. - Vandala Magazine


Still working on that hot first release.


Feeling a bit camera shy


Currently at a loss for words...

Band Members