Alyson Greenfield is a “wonderful experimental indie-songstress” (BUST) whose “satiating and seductive songs” (LA Examiner) cross the genres of folk, electronica, orchestral, and hip-hop. Her “eclectic sound” (AM NEW YORK) has led her to share the stage with a wide range of artists including indie favorites CocoRosie and Nellie McKay, electronica outfit Future Rock, and Beatboxing Legend Rahzel. Greenfield's music has been heard on Fox, Lifetime, AOL, WNYC, and in films including Conception (Tribeca Films), Super Sleuths (SXSW 2014 World Premiere), Creatures of Comfort (New York Fashion Week), and The American Templars, for which she composed the score. Greenfield was named "One of the 5 CMJ Acts You Should Have Seen" by The Faster Times, an "Upcoming NYC Artist" by NYC's The Deli, and was one of the first 5 artists chosen to record at Converse's Rubber Tracks studio in Brooklyn. Greenfield's most recent releases include Rock Out With Your Glockenspiel Out, an album of 90's hip-hop covers which garnered nods from The New Yorker, Huffington Post, and Cover Me, as well as her newest single and music video "Uncharted Places," which was directed by David Franklin (Luscious Jackson, Lemonade). Currently Greenfield is at work on a new album of originals, and performing with her side project POLYVOX alongside collaborator Joe McGinty (The Psychadelic Furs, Nada Surf). Greenfield is also the Founder of the Tinderbox Music Festival, an event that showcased emerging female musicians, and gave back to NYC non-profits empowering young women through the arts. The festival ran from 2010-2013, and garnered press from The New York Times, Time Out New York, Billboard, Glamour, and more.