Meg Olsen, American fashion writer and songstress, was born in Memphis, TN and raised in Las Vegas, NV so it really comes as no surprise that music and the desire to perform run deep in her veins. That said, her first musicial release has been a long time coming. After studying film in Seattle, WA and living in London, England for a spell, Meg settled finally in Los Angeles; working for a below-the-line film agency, developing a widely-followed style blog, Don Juan’s Reckless Daughter and secretly writing songs. By night, Meg was on the music scene and found many artists and musicians friends along the way. In 2010 she casually lent her voice to the duet “Saturday Night” by cult-favorite LA-band The Idyllists. Her recording debut caught the fans' attention and quickly parlayed itself into other musical opportunities including a stint in LA-based cabaret act The Dimestore Dollies with singer-songwriter BJ Olson and a spot as back-up singer for Canadian artist, Lucette on a European-tour supporting the Secret Sisters.
In 2012, Meg teamed up with producer Daniel Dempsey (Until June, Jamestown Revival) and production company Bad Transmission to record her debut EP entitled “Deal from the Bottom”. The EP is hauntingly beautiful and spins wistful tales of love: lost, found and unbridled. Meg’s sultry voice could be compared to Mazzy Star or Neko Case, but there’s a boldness and glamour to her sound that makes it very much her own. "Deal from the Bottom" is comprised of four originals tracks and a surf pop infused cover version of the Morrissey tune, Suedehead. It is available now on iTunes worldwide, Amazon and via megolsen.bandcamp.com.