“One Immortal Day,” featuring the song “Vampire,” is a collection of songs exploring our fear of and fascination with death. The album artwork is based on Victorian Era Memento Mori photography. Memento Mori is Latin for “remember your mortality” and is a style of photography that became en vogue when pictures became more affordable for the masses. When a family member died, the deceased would be posed as if they were sleeping, or as if they were alive, with eyes painted on their closed lids.
Michal has performed all over the world and her music has been featured on Television and Film, including HBO and Lifetime movies, Dawson’s Creek, Felicity, Pepsi, Sonos and Canon Camera commercials, and the Warren Miller extreme skiing movie “Like There’s No Tomorrow.” In 2005 Michal won an Emmy for her work on One Life to Live.
Her albums include Sky With Stars (2000) (distributed by Columbia/SONY and co-produced by Michal and Dave Pirner of Soul Asylum), Coma (2002) (a CDBaby.com editor’s pick), Desireless (2005), Lifesblood (2010), and MagiCat: Up the Rabbit Hole (2011) (a collaboration with Dave Liang of the Shanghai Restoration Project and Sean Han of Blip Blip Bleep, a top 20 song and album on iTunes Electronic Japan).
“Michal’s ethnic background adds to her unique appeal. Her songs display her talented voice and her acoustic guitar skills.” Latin Girl Magazine.
“Singer Michal…is on the verge of stardom.” Cosmo Girl Magazine.
“Sounds like: a more eloquent Fiona Apple, with a stronger voice...she hits her stride when she makes melancholic sound majestic...Michal may have been weaned on Chopin, but she was saved by rock 'n' roll.” Seventeen Magazine