ABOUT

am“mixing up the decades with 80’s digi-reggae, 70’s soul, and haunting Casio keyboards.” – Rolling Stone

“Air-y Moog pop tunes with a shaggy disco flavor, as sugary-sweet as Skittles.” – SPIN

“Indie iconoclasts join forces. Results heavenly” – **** Q Magazine

“The perfect soundtrack” – Urb

AM is an American songwriter/producer/multi-instrumentalist/DJ and record collector based in Los Angeles, California. Most recently, AM released his full-length albums “Precious Life” produced with Joey Waronker (Beck, Atoms For Peace, Roger Waters) and “Outlines” with electro soul-partner Shawn Lee (Shawn Lee’s Ping Pong Orchestra, AM & Shawn Lee.) AM has toured the world with bands such as AIR, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Caetano Veloso, and Thievery Corporation, and he has performed at over 30 worldwide festivals sharing the main stage with The Flaming Lips, Diplo and Duran Duran.

Broadening his songwriting and production chops further, AM has a myriad of new music projects slated for release. Debut’s from electro-pop girl group Headband, hard hitting rock groups Arch Leaves and Grand Mystic, and a new soul funk project Miami Young, will further reveal AM’s boundless versatility as a songwriter and producer. From synth anthem “Dark Into Light” and soulfully hush “The World Will Go On Without You”, to sleng teng slink jam “Two Times”, AM is able to straddle the intimate and the accessible with ease.

AM’s music is regularly featured in commercials, TV shows, films, and video games. Recent placements include Call Of Duty, Victoria’s Secret, Dunkin’ Donuts, Best Buy, Caress, Narcos, Animal Planet and Lexus Hybrid. AM also works as a composer for film and television, most recently creating original music for HBO’s Sesame Street.

A self described vintage soundtrack and library music “obsessive”, AM co-hosts “Rendezvous”, a like-minded DJ collective in Los Angeles. He is executive producing the first ever up-coming documentary film “The Library Music Film” with Shawn Lee and is set to release his first vintage library compilation of previously unreleased television and film music from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.

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