New album 'Little Girl' available everywhere you get your music

New single 'Clarity' Featuring J.Lately Out Now!

Warmed with smooth chords, this vibe is carried on a steady rhythm that won’t disappoint. If you’ve ever opened a window in your favorite room on a sun-kissed morning in Spring, you’re already on this song’s wavelength.” - Samson Winsor

Rock the Pigeon

Punisher - Official Video

Hypothermic Anvil

From Myles Bullen's latest album Mourning Travels. 

I had the pleasure of producing this track. There's more on the way from Myles & I, so stay tuned.  


Bubble - Offical Video


Inspired by a wide-range of influences including Ani Difranco, Sara Bareilles, TLC, Bon Iver and Bleachers, Becky Krill announced the release of her debut album, Little Girl on July 30th, 2021.

Prior to embarking on her solo journey, she led Brooklyn band, HoloMovement, through a debut album in 2018 and continues to release music periodically under that name. 

Becky has performed across the United States and has shared the stage with artists such as J.Lately, Laveda, Waltzer, Marcus Jade, Mandella Eskia, Myles Bullen, Chris Conde, Catfish Seminar, Kat Hamilton, Precious Gorgeous, and Kita P to name a few.

Becky’s debut album, Little Girl is available everywhere you get your music! 

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Becky Krill is summer vibing with this track that opens with a nostalgic, folksy feel before slipping into more of an Electro Pop groove as it progresses. Alive in the Summertime’ offers a light energy of optimism in a world that often feels pessimistic these days.” - Travis Erwin

LA on Lock

It’s specifically worth highlighting the song “Bubble,” the album’s leading single, for its blunt take on handling oppressive systems of power based on identity. When speaking about its creation, Krill explains that it “explores how our gender, race, and overall identities can put us in harm’s way and encourages everyone (especially young women) to stand up to bullies, racists, chauvinists, and oppressors of all kinds.” Lyrically, she reproduces some memories, yet formative memories as examples for us to look out for in our own lives. Within this vulnerability, there is a complimentary strength as we experience the complicated space between being simultaneously sad yet encouraged. Krill knows how to musically fan the fire in a person’s spirit.” - Charlie Maybee

Alchemical Records

Lucky One has Imogen Heap meets Sara Bareilles written all over it. From its ambient attire to the confident instrumentation, this will leave you smiling from ear to ear. The most played track on the album is the previously released single ‘You Win’, and we can see why. Bathed in a nostalgic yet refreshing arrangement, the blues-infused piano line will stay in your brain from here on out. Album closers That’s What It Takes, Prophet and We Play keep the momentum moving forwards for Becky Krill, and you can see why this talented artist is getting the recognition she truly deserves.” - Chloe Mogg

At The Barrier

American singer-songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist Becky Krill is destined to become a household name within the next few months, and new album ‘Little Girl explains why. Led by heartfelt single, ‘Bubble, the album is the type of release you’d sing into your hairbrush while dancing around your room.” - RJ Frometta

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