Alex McGrath is a Michigan – based composer who has been songwriting, arranging, and singing for orchestral indie rock outfit, ‘the Soil & the Sun’, since 2009. With a soft spot for emotional chord progressions and haunting textures, his work ranges from minimal acoustic guitar and piano pieces to elaborate string and synth – based arrangements with driving percussive elements. Alex organically integrates the worlds of electronic and acoustic instrumentation to create unique and powerfully balanced soundscapes.
Benjamin Kissi has, for 12 years, been a part of the Danish music scene as a singer, songwriter and guitarist of Gypsies and Are We Brothers? Also kept busy as a backing musician for names like EaggerStunn , The William Blakes , The Joker , Outlandish and Medina. His 2013 release “Makeup Sex” is inspired by artists like MIA , Santigold , Niki and the Dove , and Kid Cudi.
Chrome Canyon is an electronic composer and producer based in Los Angeles, California. He is signed to the legendary independent hip-hop/electronic/funk/soul label Stones Throw Records.
He spent his youth on the outskirts of southern California’s San Fernando Valley. Somewhere between the avant-garde compositions he wrote while studying jazz at NYC’s New School, a college job selling keyboards at Sam Ash in Times Square, and the satirical sex-funk band he founded on the side, his destiny was taking shape. For three years, he played in the glammy electro outfit Apes & Androids, but when that ended, he retreated to his private Brooklyn studio where he began to amass analog synthesizers.
He is influenced by the likes of Vangelis’ Blade Runner score, Wendy Carlos viaTron, and Giorgio Moroder’s work on Cat People.
Cubby is a hip hop producer hailing from Brooklyn, New York, currently living in North Carolina. Cubby has notoriously worked with Atlanta rappers Rome Fortune and OG Maco amongst other vocalists. His style is dark and morbid rhythmic nature, with the occasional jazzy chords and progressions.
Giacomo Picasso is a Chilean composer and sound designer based in Los Angeles, CA. His recent work includes scores for award-winning short films, remixes for the hip-hop duo Run the Jewels – featured in the trailer for National Champions (2022-J. K. Simmons), and custom work for brands such as Microsoft, Redbull, Netflix, Adobe, AEW, and Yamaha.
Located in Los Angeles, California, Caleb Schultz has been Producing/Songwriting and Composing for over a decade. From songs hitting Billboard Top 40, to composing trailers for Disney, working with horror legend Eli Roth, and worldwide TV commercials, Caleb has worked within many facets of the ever evolving music industry.
Los Angeles-based songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Jesiah Dzwonek carved out a name for himself following the success of the multi-platinum hit Cool Kids that he co-wrote for Echosmith (Warner Bros.) in which he coined the phrase “I wish that I could be like the cool kids”. It found its way into the iTunes download of the week and later shown on the face of the Apple Watch when it was first revealed to the world. Jesiah’s solo project took Cool Kids’ contradictory, indie sound and embellished it with pop, off-center touches that nodded to Beck and the optimistic melodies of Vampire Weekend. Jesiah moved from lush scenic Oregon to Los Angeles the winter following songwriting success, setting up shop for new artist projects.
Jordan Chini is a multi-instrumentalist, music producer and composer based out of Los Angeles, CA. Born into a musical family in Southern California, Jordan found his interest in guitar by the young age of six. Soon after, he began learning a variety of different instruments, and by age twelve was producing albums in his make-shift bedroom studio. Almost twenty years later, his career has lead him to composing original music for t.v., movie trailers and film scores, as well as producing records for artists and bands.
Chini has collaborated and composed for a large number of brands, companies and networks including Saban Films, ESPN, Nike, Google, Disney, Pinterest, and many more. In the studio, he has collaborated with legends like Stevie Wonder, Steve Arrington, Denzel Curry, Egyptian Lover, and more.
Josh white has a story that many aren’t fortunate to have in the music industry these days. He’s been involved in projects you’ve probably heard of for over 20 years, writing under different Monikers, and co-writing with some of the greatest artists of our time. Pilgrim is singer-songwriter Josh White’s newest incarnation, envisioned and recorded over the past year and a half, with production and mixing help from Josiah Sherman (who has worked previously with Frank Ocean, Motopony, and The Dandy Warhols). Inspired by the soundtrack of his youth, the record draws deeply from White’s love of glam, new wave, and trip-hop. It’s as if Roxy Music merged with New Order, and was remixed by Massive Attack.
Seattle musicians, Jesse Proctor and Neil Hampton form the duo JPNH in which they breathe new life and creativity into trailers that lean more on the organic side. Jesse began carving a fresh sound as a drummer and percussionist and now as a producer and composer. Neil is an audio craftsman with a unique combination of instinct and education, who unearths the beautiful and spiritual within music.
Multi-instrumentalist, producer, writer and singer Kinnship creates evocative, melodic soundscapes which have touched listeners from all points of the globe. Earnest and heartfelt lyrics punctuated by layers of warm and understated yet impactful production have resulted in millions of plays and support from worldwide radio including BBC Radio 1.
Lazarus is a Los Angeles based composer who holds dual U.S. and Canadian citizenship. In 2012, shortly after receiving a degree in music composition from UCLA’s Herb Alpert School of Music, Jason was enlisted as an additional writer and arranger by composer Joseph Trapanese (Tron: Legacy, Oblivion, Straight Outta Compton) and has since contributed music to dozens of films, television shows, and video games. In addition to scoring work, Jason’s talents have been utilized in live and studio orchestral arrangements for Grammy Award-winning artists Kendrick Lamar and Kelly Clarkson, as well as Grammy-nominated artists M83 and Moby, and multi-platinum DJ and producer Marshmello.
Chris Lund aka Left/Right works from the shadows as a dj, producer, film composer, and teacher. His music has been featured in DJ Mag, Mixmag, UKF, Dancing Astronaut, NestHQ and garnered support from Deadmau5, Claude VonStroke, Zeds Dead, Billy Kenny, My Nu Leng, BBC Radio 1, Rinse FM and more. L/R works as an artist and A&R for Stanton Warrior’s label PUNKS, his own imprint/brand, BRØKEN, and has released on Mau5trap, Dirtybird, Confession, and Insomniac imprint, In / Rotation.
With degrees in both music composition and audio engineering, Chris loves to create. His tunes and dj mixes feature a diverse sound that drive his energetic performances and introspective mixes. L/R is regularly booked coast to coast and internationally to move dance floors – including sets at Beyond Wonderland, Glastonbury, Shambhala, Lighting In a Bottle, Burning Man, SXSW, WMC, and his resident BRØKEN & FUTURE events.
Genre-bending alternative powerhouse Luna Aura is hell bent on paving her own path. The singer, songwriter, producer, and triple threat delivers songs that are brimming with messages of rebellion, feminism, and individuality. Luna, who began penning songs and performing at age 14, has already shared stages with The Killers, K.Flay, Muse, Weezer, Garbage, P!nk, Odesza, and more of music’s biggest names. She has spent time on the festival market, playing KAABOO, Lost Lake, So What Music Fest, EMERGE and many others. Her work and artistry has been featured in GQ, Teen Vogue, NYLON, Idolator, MTV, VH1, Ones To Watch and more. As of late, the LA-via-Phoenix native joined forces with JT Daly for her latest single “Honey”, a bold and defiant piece off of her upcoming EP. Aura draws on childhood influences like Garbage, NIN, Hole and Gwen Stefani. Her latest work is fresh, provocative, and bold. Perfectly matched with her vibrant, in-your-face, live performances.
Mark Evans is a composer, producer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist from Los Angeles (by way of New York). Mark’s songwriting and production endeavors have allowed him to collaborate with artists such as The Crystal Method, Prodigy, Foreign Beggars, Stela Cole, Mija, Killboy, and more. His works have been placed in feature films for Universal, and Marvel; TV Networks NBC, ABC, HBO, Showtime, Amazon and MTV & Video Games for Epic, Tencent and Riot Games.
Grammy-nominated and multi-platinum selling record producer, composer, musician, and DJ, Matt Lange challenges categorization; equipped with an instinctual ear for creating music and an insatiable drive to explore the aural spectrum.
Mel Guérison is a composer, producer, multi-instrumentalist and performer based in Portland, Oregon.
Guérison grew up playing classical violin, piano & guitar from the age of six and began writing songs, performing in bars and touring internationally with an orchestra as a teenager. She has gone on to tour both nationally and internationally with bands like Other Lives, Alexandra Savior, Allen Stone, Matt Pond PA, Moorea Masa and her own band, Merō, and has recorded with and written string arrangements for many others.
Mel has always had a deep love for film and composition, and her music has always had a somewhat dark, cinematic bent. Her scoring and production is no different- combining lush orchestral swells and haunting sound scapes with sometimes tense and other-worldly moments of dissonance and resolve. She draws on influences from Johnny Greenwood, Max Richter, Jon Brion and Steve Reich.
Originally a classical trumpeter, Myles expanded into jazz and electronic composition at Wesleyan University, where he studied extensively with Anthony Braxton, Alvin Lucier, Ron Kuivila, and Taylor Ho Bynum. He has worked with several NYC and Chicago-based artists, including Overcoats, Stevie Wolf, Humeysha, Kat Cunning, Sorcha Richardson, and others. He has lead production and recording sessions at The Bunker Williamsburg, Mission Sound, Spaceman Sound, Degraw Sound, and Headgear Studios. Myles also composes and performs for his own electronic ensemble, that sits between the worlds of algorithmic looping and analog, modular synthesis.
Nathan Fields is an American film composer, record producer, sound designer, entrepreneur and DJ. He is the owner of Rareform Audio and the creative director of trailer music publisher Black Sheep Music. His music has reached a global audience, racking up millions of streams under multiple aliases. His multi-genre compositions can be heard anywhere from the dance floors of EDM warehouses to Sundance Film Festival hits and most prominently in advertisement campaigns for Hollywood blockbusters. Nathan’s production has laid a foundation for records with a growing roster of artists, including collaborations with electronic heavyweight Jauz and underground hip-hop legends Redman and Zion I. His thematic style blurs the lines between songs and film scores, resulting in his work being featured by industry “top dawgs” such as Disney, Sony and Universal. Nathan’s music and sound design elements can be heard in over 300 critically acclaimed film trailers, TV shows and commercials.
LA-based producer/composer/multi-instrumentalist Paddock splits his time creating nostalgic acoustic cinematic music & dark menacing electronic compositions. His work on the the 2019 Joker trailer won a 2019 CLIO Trailer Music Award.
RIAYA is a composer from Nashville, TN. He is a versatile composer who can do both the status quo and more progressive, complex composition. He’s covered Bjork for the Terminator Trailer and Fleet Foxes for an Audi campaign, what more is there to say…
Sam Bailey is an artist, singer-songwriter & producer from London, Uk. He has honed his writing style and vocal delivery through various different artist projects and genres. Sam’s time working between London, Nashville & New York has helped develop a unique style to his storytelling, sonic textures and artistry.
SamTrax is a talented music producer who has had music in his blood since birth. Born to Haitian immigrant parents, Sam was blessed with the opportunity to glean from his father as he worked and wrote music for major international and gospel artists. Under his father’s strict guidance, Sam played drums at 4 years old, learned the saxophone, and classical piano. His musical idols have always been Quincy Jones and Michael Jackson. With over 15 years in the industry, Sam has professionally gone on to attain 17 album credits (major and independent). He has extensive experience with; music production, composing, arranging, songwriting, vocal production, recording, live tracking, band director, prep for touring and film scoring. Sam has produced and worked with such artist as D.R.A.M., Fantasia, JaRule, Ashanti, Anthony Hamilton, Mario and Many, Many more. Sam’s Best is STILL yet to come, wait and see what he does next!
Shyloom is a composer, producer, and songwriter currently based in Seattle, WA. His music is all about the power of self-expression and connecting with others, fostering a sound that blurs the lines between a wide range of genres and ideas, including orchestral soundtracks, electronic music, and ambient music.
Simon Shackleton’s music has been featured in over 40 movies including the original Matrix movie, dozens of TV shows and adverts, and a plethora of game soundtracks including Motorstorm Apocalypse which he co-wrote with Oscar-winner Klaus Badelt (Pirates of the Caribbean). His classical training and extensive experience in the music industry as writer, producer, record label owner and performer gives him a unique set of skills from which to draw on to bring any project alive.
Steve Horner (he/him) is an award-winning composer, producer, and songwriter who creates a diverse range of music spanning multiple genres and mediums. His original music and production can be heard in feature films and documentaries, animated series, trailers, and commercials, as well as on top artist hits around the world. He composed the score to the 2019 Academy Award-nominated animated short film One Small Step from TAIKO Studios which currently has over 30 million views on YouTube, and he has since continued his collaboration with TAIKO on a number of animated projects for popular properties like Pokémon and Lego. In 2022, his strings cover of Harry Styles’ “Sign Of The Times” featured prominently in Season 2 of Bridgerton (Netflix) and has surpassed 10 million streams on Spotify while also garnering the attention of outlets like Variety, who wrote about the process of creating and placing the cover. Throughout his career, Steve has said yes to a diverse range of musical projects in a broad spectrum of styles and genres. This exploration has fostered a deep well to draw from when taking on a new score. Steve’s prime directive when taking on a new project is to become fully immersed in telling the story in a way that connects on the deepest possible level.
Tabitha Meeks is a singer, songwriter, and pianist who currently resides in Nashville, TN. Trained in classical and jazz piano, her songwriting is a combination of her love of folk and the genres she has studied on keys.
A Baltimore-based group, the peaceful, meandering nature of Woodworkings’ songs inspires visualization. Kyle Woodworth, Gordon Withers, Sara Autrey, Katie D’Angelo, and Samuel Woodworth make genuine music through an honest creative process.
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