Currently based in New York, Anya Marina is an Ann Arbor, MI-born, Cupertino, CA-raised singer/songwriter who initially made waves after relocating to San Diego, where she quickly developed a reputation as one of Southern California's up-and-coming artists - and as a result, the then-San Diego-based pop artist was personally signed to Chop Shop Records by it's founder Alexandra Patsavas, best known as the music director for films and TV shows such as Twilight, Gossip Girl and Grey's Anatomy. 2009's Slow & Steady Seduction: Phase II was released to critical praise from the likes of Rolling Stone, Spin, The Village Voice and others and Anya Marina promptly followed that up with a core of T.I.'s "Whatever You Like," which appeared on a 2009 episode of Gossip Girl and spent two weeks on top of iTunes Top Alternative Songs chart, eventually selling more than 100,000 downloads. The official video for the track eventually received nearly 2.5 million views on Anya's official YouTube channel. And adding to a breakthrough 2009, Anya Marina's "Satellite Heart" was featured on the RIAA-certified platinum soundtrack for The Twilight Saga: New Moon. 2010 saw the release of her self-produced EP Spirit School, which included "Whatsit," a collaboration with The Dandy Warhols' Courtney Taylor-Taylor and the "Satellite Heart (Tiny Stars Remix)"by Interpol's Sam Fogarino. With a growing national profile, Anya Marina has had a busy touring schedule both as an opener and headliner, touring with Jason Mraz, Spoon, Joshua Radin, Eric Hutchinson, Chris Issak, Paolo Nutini, Emiliana Torrini, The Virgins, Greg Laswell, Jenny Owen Youngs, Steve Poltz, Rhett Miller, The Plain White Ts, The Dandy Warhols and Tristan Prettyman among others. Along with that, she's made several high-profile TV appearances including ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live!, and the WB's Rockville, CA and along with that she's had music appear in CBS' How I Met Your Mother, MTV's The City, Showtime's United States of Tara, and the CW's 90210 and Privileged, as well as ad campaigns for Frito-Lays' Tostitos and Kate Walsh's Boyfriend.
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