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Akiine writes minimal pop weaved around mystic storytelling; deep like the sea and ethereal like Neptune. Born and raised in the outskirts of Stockholm, at an early age Akiine found a new home playing instruments, composing instrumentals on the keyboard and writing lyrics to the demos. She moved to London before releasing her debut EP, Horses On A Beach. In Spring 2019, Akiine will be releasing her third EP titled Red.
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Akiine

Anton Patzner is a multi-instrumentalist and composer based in Oakland CA. A production wizard, Patzner can cook up a song in just about any style with less than a day’s notice. Some of his recent clients include Lowe’s, LinkedIn, Intel and Facebook. Patzner has toured as a violinist for bands including Bright Eyes, The Faint and Pinback and has contributed string arrangements to Demi Lovato, KFlay, Slash and Cyprus Hill.  Patzner has a number of personal musical projects including digital lo-fi act FEVRMOON and indiepop band Foxtails Brigade which is fronted by his wife.
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Anton Patzner

Brooklyn based producer Reed Kackley, professionally known as BAILE, makes texturally rich dance music inspired by house and downtempo.
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BAILE

Up until around May of this year (2019), Bewilderbeast was a lo-fi electronic project in its golden years. Started by South London’s Gus BC in the 10’s, we’ve seen the Beast shed its fur, evolving from tape saturated jams to something with housier r&b elements. Their 2017 EP Soft Crimes took a loose left turn with a version of nu disco and bassline centric funk.
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Bewilderbeast

Birds & Batteries was a San Francisco-based experimental indie-pop band led by songwriter Mike Sempert. Ranging from synthy dance music to Americana, the band loosened the bonds of genre to reveal the basic element of a well-crafted song. Their music was deeply influenced by the rock, funk and soul music of the 70’s but informed by the production style of contemporary electronic music. Song topics were often centered around the entanglements of city and country, technology and nature, and the various selves we occupy in a lifetime.
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Birds & Batteries

A Utah native living in Oakland CA, Blake Henderson has been teasing sound for over 20 years. As a kid he hoarded the family’s karaoke machine, rigging a make-shift studio in the basement. He continued to chase music throughout his late teens and 20’s and continues to make critically acclaimed music under the name TaughtMe. Stylistically, Blake aims to invoke mood with unexpected tones and inventive techniques in a way that seamlessly blends sound design with composition as heard in campaigns for Dropbox, Tesla, Paypal, Atlassian, and Otterbox.
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Blake Henderson

Spend time with Bleed the Rads and you’ll understand the release of attachment that’s naturally present during his songwriting process. Once everything has been written and recorded, the music isn’t any more his than yours. The process of [quite literally] synthesizing life events and expressing them in a song is the zen. He’s less interested in describing his own sound and more into your interpretation. And it’s this process that gives us lyrics that resonate with a minimal electronic pop accompaniment. POV is Bleed the Rads, the bio is in the music.
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Bleed the Rads

Clint Snow is a Portland based musician designing thoughtful soundscapes to set the mood for light and/or upbeat scenes. His ability to navigate between ambient pieces, pop tunes, and emotive folk music with agility and grace is like skipping around at random to different parts of a movie. Each song feels different but accompanies a particular set of circumstances in that scene while always remaining within the context of the film.
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Clint Snow

If Hip Hop is a menu, Def Sound is the vegan option. Afro Latinx (parents from Belize & Panama) born and based in South Central LA, Def Sound (real name Emmanuel Ashley Ricketts) is a contemporary hip-hop artist, producer, published poet, and community activist. Inspired by the genre’s social justice roots, and the vibrant diversity of his community, Def’s work captures the sound of spiritual and political freedom. Def’s music is his exploration of identity, weaving through a sonic tapestry of triumph, levity, trauma, ancestry, and power.
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Def Sound

Dmitry Koshutin’s love and passion for music and entertainment runs in his blood. After leaving the former Soviet Union, he made his way to Los Angeles, where he studied and embarked on a 10+ year career in film and post production. Having turned his attention to musical composition and production, he uses his experience in storytelling to create songs that enhance the narrative and accompany the tone of any visual piece. Dmitry now splits his time between Portland and Los Angeles, where he produces, records, and performs music.
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Dmitry Koshutin

Dr. Doctor started as Ralph Torrefranca’s solo-folk outfit that has evolved into a full indie/rock sound. Multiple singles have been played on KCRW and KROQ. They’ve shared the stage with Silversun Pickups, YACHT, Dreamwife, Mt. Joy, just to name a few.
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Dr. Doctor

Eric Sharp’s music production has best been described as intelligent, sophisticated, somatic dance music. With tracks ranging from the deep and subtle to the driving and syncopated, Sharp’s music has been licensed by the likes of Major League Soccer, Sony, CSI: Miami (CBS Television,) Hitachi, and more. His creative offerings and flair for songwriting have been widely lauded with multiple releases topping Hype Machine’s chart and racking up over a million cumulative Spotify streams worldwide.
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Eric Sharp

Sam R. is a mutli-instrumentalist, producer/songwriter of Irish-Iranian descent, based in New York City by way of London. Over the past 3 years, his Indie-pop project Glassio has garnered attention from blogs like The FADER, and Consequence of Sound, as well as breaking over 5 million plays on Spotify. As a live band, they have opened for acts like Miami Horror, Yelle and Shallou. “The music is sunny and breezy with tinges of melancholy,” Sam R. explains. “I like to think of Glassio as an overlapping point of my love for New-Wave, Electronica, House and R&B.”
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Glassio

Hayes Peebles was born and raised in New York City and dropped into adolescence during the peak of the garage rock revival. The Strokes and Interpol was the soundtrack to his days. At night, he taught himself to play by plucking out folk and country songs. The twang, tradition, and lyrical spirit of heroes like Neil Young and The Band took root. The result is music that Rolling Stone Country has likened to Conor Oberst and Townes van Zandt, a songwriter that Paste called “an outerborough Steve Earle.” If Hayes’ music is country, it’s country informed by a life in the city and all of its sounds.
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Hayes Peebles

isle&fever is a duo from Echo Park, Los Angeles that creates original songs from their basement studio control center. Donald Eley and Tiger Smith share a passion for the beat-driven classics of the 70’s and 80’s, while constantly embracing the new sonic textures of the 21st Century. They first started playing together in The Sea of Cortez and then founded the project Blacks&. After releasing a series of successful singles, isle&fever will be releasing their debut EP in 2019 and have a full album in the works.
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isle&fever

Jesse Schuster drives a Ford E150 passenger van with 220k miles on it. 150k of those miles he put on playing bass in bands touring across the country. Originally from Minneapolis, he lives in LA and splits time performing with bands, producing records, and composing music for picture. His composition style is ornate and lush with polyrhythms and countermelody; as comfortable with writing string arrangements as programming synths as slapping the bass. He composes and performs as Safe Jazz, an electronic project drawing influence from Four Tet, Flying Lotus, and the Dirty Projectors.
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Jesse Schuster

Keith Milgaten aka Keith Sweaty is an audio engineer, music producer and film music composer. He has released remixes on indie labels such as Sub Pop, Merge, Temporary Residence, Jag Jaguwar, Relapse, Dine Alone, Manimal Vinyl, Ninja Tune, his own imprint Formed By Glaciers, as well as various commissioned works for award winning films by acclaimed directors Rob Reiner and Destin-Daniel Cretton. Keith has worked with an impressively large range of genres and talent from new classical ensemble Victoire to hip-hop legend Talib Kweli to ambient indie-rockers The Album Leaf.
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Keith Sweaty

Mic & Dave are a songwriting duo from Los Angeles, California. Members of the Television Academy, their work has been featured in programs on Freeform, Disney, MTV, and NBC. They have also contributed music to ad campaigns icluding TOMS, Wet Seal, and Footlocker, as well as scores to various short films. When not making music Mic and Dave enjoy baking sourdough brad and volunteering with bunnies.
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Mic & Dave

Mikael Lind is a composer of experimental ambient and classical music, currently residing in Reykjavik, Iceland. He has three full-length releases under his belt, as well as a number of digital releases. Mikael is inspired by symmetries in the rugged northern environment. He finds beauty in both the simple and the sublime. There is minimalism and sparseness in the choice of instrumentation, but not in how these instruments are treated. Complexity should never be an end in itself.
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Mikael Lind

Ola Pålsson of Malmö, SE blends electronics and acoustic guitar for an intriguing approach to modern organic music. The familiar and comforting sounds of human hands vibrating steel strings is augmented by synths and drum machines like a cybernetic limb. At once both mysterious and carefree, Ola Pålsson’s captivating work explores human emotion in our digital age.
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Ola Pålsson

Brooklyn based Rob Arbelo is the type of zero-gravity beatsmith and producer that pushes the futurebeat chillwave genres into the next phase. His deep, laser carved productions shimmer with 80s VHS nostalgia as seen through contemporary tinted shades. He’s released 3 EPs and numerous singles via his moniker Brain Tan, much of which has landed on more than a few high-profile Spotify lists and tastemaker music blogs.
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Rob Arbelo

Scott Reitherman is 15 years into a music-making career that’s included 5 commercial releases of hooky indie pop spanning two different bands; first as Throw Me The Statue via Secretly Canadian Records, and currently as Pillar Point via Polyvinyl Records. Along with numerous TV shows and indie film soundtracks, his songs have been synced for worldwide TV campaigns and as theme songs for clients like Marriott Hotels, Rhapsody Music, and CNN’s Anderson Cooper show. As a composer, Scott has produced a variety of scores for spots by Brooks Brothers, Nucleus, Wendy’s, and Vanity Fair.
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Scott Reitherman

Sprung out of the urge to create music and tying up loose ends, Silver Pine is a solo project founded by Swedish songwriter and singer Ola Palsson. Using music to invoke emotions, thought and creating a sense of moving forward defines Ola’s creative work.
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Silver Pine

East Forest plays “blissful” (NPR) electro-acoustic orchestral ambient-pop influenced by classical, electronic & pop backgrounds. His work has appeared on 1631 Recordings, Aquilo Records, as well as Tender Loving Empire & Universal/Decca. His album “Ram Dass” charted #5 Billboard & #2 iTunes, & “Ritual Mystical” (w/MC YOGI) hit #1 iTunes & #8 Billboard. He’s a Nord Artist & tours internationally.
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Trevor Oswalt

After years of experimentation and play, composer/producer Michael Sempert emerged with Volcanic Legacy; a panoramic array of sounds and production styles with a lifetime of influences from Weather Report, Brian Eno and Philip Glass to Italo, Chimurenga and synth-funk. VL’s debut album Uncanny Valley was centered around groove and the tactile joy of synthesizers. This is music for the imagination and the stuff of retro-futuristic daydreams.
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Volcanic Legacy

Will Proulx grew up in Montreal, Canada and developed a passion for music at a very young age. He has now relocated to Los Angeles where he draws inspiration from the beautiful beaches to the dark alleys of downtown. His passion for sound design and combing organic sounds with electronic elements gives his music a lush, unconventional vibe.
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Will Proulx