(Los Angeles, CA)
Sound Remedy is an American electronic music producer based out of Los Angeles, California. Hailing from Chicago, SR has been crafting his sound since the young age of 16, but only started to produce music fulltime 2 years ago. Despite obtaining a degree in finance from one of the nation’s elite business schools, SR opted to take a risk and pursue his true passion; music. Being that both of his parents are graduates of Juilliard School of Music and full time Chicago Symphony Orchestra players, this decision may have been in the cards all along.
In 2012, Sound Remedy has already been commissioned to remix for such artists as Hermitude (EMI UK) and Superbus (Polydor France). He has also written original music for commercials premiering during NBA championship games, played shows across the US, and has seized the blog world by storm with multiple hype machine topping tracks.
Sound Remedy has made a name for himself by composing tracks that defy the laws of the traditional dance music. His epic creations can be likened to enthralling musical journey’s that captivate the listener from start to finish. There is truly no end in sight when it comes to the rapid growth of the Sound Remedy movement.
(Los Angeles, CA)
CRNKN, an energetic 19 year old New Hampshire native with a strong passion for music has recently directed his energy and time into producing to the delight of many. In his short run so far as a producer (10 months), he has gotten praise from the likes of Flosstradamus, Baauer, Adventure Club, Foreign Beggars, Diplo and more. From dubstep to trap, CRNKN’s impact on the electronic scene has been explosive and met with much demand. Look for him on tour around the country showcasing his live set.
"My musical influences range from the Rock, Rhythm, Soul and Blues that I grew up on to my more recent tastes, favoring Melodic Trance, Jazz, House, Techno, Dubstep, Downtempo and more.
When I pick songs for my DJ sets, it must be simultaneously listenable, energetic, and timeless; my DJ sets reflect music that both capture the mood of the setting and moment and later can be re-listened to, without pause. I build my sets to transition flawlessly, to create a fun and musically interesting atmosphere, and of course, to get you to dancing."