Angela Sheik grew up on a tree farm in western New York state. In middle school she was known to throw her flute on the ground because she "liked the sound it made when it hit the floor." Sheik is an award winning electro-pop singer songwriter, producer, and performer who has been featured on NPR, PRI, BMI Indie Spotlight, and Voice of the Nation. Her recording projects have received praise on various music blogs (Pancakes&Whiskey, Vents, Indie Music Digest). She has won a national award from BOSS/Roland for her work, and has competed internationally and given product demonstrations across the US using BOSS digital loop stations.
Angela loves working to a pitch. She is known to write, record, produce, and mix a new musical work in a single day. She is based on the east coast and regularly visits the NYC and LA areas.
As a live act, she wows audiences with her fearless creative experimentation, live looping skills, mischievous smile, and self-generated swirl of rhythmic harmonies. Angela has toured the U.S. and Europe, and opened for acts such as The Neon Trees, Julia Holter, Joseph Arthur, Midge Ure (Ultravox), and renowned bassist and pop singer Meshell Ndegeocello.