Madison was first drawn to New York from Miami not for the fashion, art and culture she now devours, but to pursue another esteemed profession -neuroscience. As a whip-smart MD/PhD student, she studied the human mind in the laboratory and conducted psychiatric research in the field. Within these 12hour days spent hovering above a microscope or visiting hospitals and public mental health clinics, she saw beauty in the details and a spark in the tiny nuances of life -- these experiences stirring her imagination. Her tireless work ethic was already paying off - having a research article published in a neuroscience journal and ambitiously blazing the fast track to a well-regarded career. But then pop happened. It crept in fast with an assertive rush of inspiration. In a twist of fate, Madison found herself in friends' studios late into the night laying down vocals and indulging another pursuit of the heart and the mind. Her sense of exploration, endless curiosity and attention to subtlety would guide her in her new ambitions. Since her great revelation and redirection, Madison has situated herself as a mover-and-shaker in the NYC music landscape. Doing a traditional album did not feel all that innovative so she decided to record a series of EPs - all released via her very own label, G Records. The EPs to date – ‘The Noise Some People Make,’ ‘We've Been Nothing,’ and now her latest, ‘In The Bright Light’ highlight an artist who continues to hone her unique DIY bedroom pop aesthetic. Madison also released ‘The Remixes Some People Make,’ which featured reimaginings of her songs by remixers such as RAC and Wild Cub. The best pop music is a glossy burst of energy, enthusiasm and an impulsive push towards pleasure above all. The best pop is also disciplined in its restraint, precise in its details and reverent to the long legacy of its past. It's in this bubbly give-and-take that the smart survive and true talent shines. On her newest EP 'In the Bright Light’ Madison comes smarter, savvier and more playful than ever! (May 27th, G Records). Madison's new single, 'Start A Fire,' is featured in a Pantene Commercial featuring Gisele Bundchen, which is an entire relaunch for the Pantene brand. Her songs have also been featured in shows such as Nashville, Grey's Anatomy, Rookie Blue, Gossip Girl, and 90210 and in campaigns for Subaru and Carlo Rossi wines. Madison has collaborated with up and comers in the indie music scene including Chappo's Zach Colwell, Caught A Ghost's Jesse Nolan, and the backup singers from The Heavy, Mavis and Kiki. She even found time to craft the soundtrack to the award-winning indie film Missed Connections as music supervisor, featuring some of her favorite artists from Alexander, Chiddy Bang, White Arrows, to Joan as Policewoman and Langhorne Slim. Her Tumblr, Instagram, and Twitter - @noiseofmadison - reads like a day in the life of an excitable dreamer, mixing uptown fashion shots with back alley street art, cityscapes and inspirations for her style, label and her music. She has a style all her own - it is high art for the low brow. Forever hustling, Madison knows that every experience counts. 'In the Bright Light' showcases all of these diverse pieces of the world-according-to-Madison, in a tight, sophisticated and clever set of upbeat pop gems.