Canadian-born, Chapel Hill-based songwriter straddles the line between joyous pop ecstasy and disarmingly confessional melancholy. Bryk’s melodic, modernist take on indie-classic-rock-folk-jazz-power-pop is as timely as it is timeless.
“Gemlike acts of idiosyncratic genius... proof of just how exaggerated reports of song’s demise remain.” Robert Christgau
“l'ironia di Randy Newman, la classe di Costello, l'immediatezza di Daniel Johnston e l'istinto lo-fi dei Pavement. Pop ispirato, fresco e leggero.” Kalporz
“The greatest pop genius you've never heard of.” Tokyo Metropolis