Seattle-born, Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Gavrielle brings a new voice to pop without compromise or complicity.
Instead, she draws back the curtain and drops some knowledge in the form of incisive and infectious anthems on her 2018 debut EP, Hollywood Is Dead. Performing countless gigs around town, she teamed up with Nick Goldston to release an acoustic cover of Kaskade's “Eyes” in 2012. It stirred up palpable buzz as she became an in-demand writer/topliner for a cadre of electronic dance music’s hottest producers. Alongside Goldston, she was featured on Louis Vivet's 2014 Eagle Eye Cherry cover “Save Tonight,” which scored millions of steams across digital platforms. Their follow-up collaboration “Best Thing” maintained that momentum. Gavrielle built an international presence joining Italy’s Flyboy for the viral hit “Maze”. English EDM impresario Gareth Emery tapped her talents for “Far From Home”. Its total play count on Spotify exceeds many millions of streams, and she accompanied Emery on stage for a performance of the track at a sold out Los Angeles show.
Summer 2017, she immersed herself in bringing her next musical vision to life. Longtime friend and music producer nicopop. moved in with her to devote every waking minute to writing and recording the five tracks comprising Hollywood Is Dead. Fittingly, Gavrielle introduces this body of work with the razor sharp and slick satire of “Industry” as she pulls no punches regarding her trials and tribulations.