Since debuting in the mid-2000s, Pittsburgh-based singer/songwriter Emily Rodgers has carved out her own market that blends components of folk and Americana with atmospheric, experimental rock and roll, occasionally recalling forebears like Mazzy Celebrity and Cowboys Junkies. While her 2005 debut, Emily Rodgers & Her Majesty’s Celebrities, was a full-band, folk-oriented affair, it had been her follow-up that fascinated national interest. After putting your signature on with Misra Information in 2008, she documented SUNNY DAY, a dark and dreamy arranged that was combined and perfected by veteran NY maker Kramer (Galaxie 500, Bongwater). Following a album’s 2009 launch, Rodgers started touring, producing an appearance at SXSW and posting stages with works like Nina Nastasia, Jolie Holland, and Great Lake Swimmers. This year 2010, her music “This City” made an appearance in the 3rd party film Café. Functioning once again with Kramer, this time around as maker, Rodgers shipped her haunting third LP, 24 months, in the summertime of 2016.