Singer-songwriter-producer Megan Vice was sprouted and harvested in New York, grown on a steady pop/funk diet the likes of Michael and Janet Jackson, Prince, and Zapp. A 90's child, Vice came of age in the golden era of r&b and pop. With such beacons of electronic glamour and groove to light the way, it's no wonder Vice blossomed into equal parts psychedelia and bubblegum.
Vice's debut EP “Step on the Scene” (2013) was her pop pièce de résistance and an ode to her adolescence and all things 90’s. Her recently released EP, “Spread The News” (2016), serves up Vice's product of infectious, danceable tunes but takes a grittier, guttier turn - a testament to the glittering sonic harmony born out of a perfect musical blend.
Vice has the musical and physical styling of a trippy time warp - somehow transporting the transfixed somewhere smack-dab between a distant electronic future and a dream-sequence revival of flower children and 80s glam. Her tongue-in-cheek lyrical style and musical prowess have already launched her into the pop stratosphere, performing in The Knocks’ live band and alongside indie darlings French Horn Rebellion, Sofi Tukker and the legendary Wyclef Jean among others.
Megan’s signature sound has garnered her comparisons to Chromeo, Daft Punk and early Janet Jackson, but with a style that’s distinctly her own. With vocals that raise disco from the dead, shimmering retro beats and a personal brand of body funk, Vice was posted on this planet, in this time, to invigorate dance.