Andrew Wells is a platinum-selling producer and multi-instrumentalist from Los Angeles. He’s co-written and/or produced for artists spanning all genres including Halsey, Niall Horan, Phoebe Bridgers, Ellie Goulding and Tom Grennan.
Specializing in trap and bass music, Brooklyn-based electronic producer Baauer broke into the mainstream when his 2012 viral sensation “Harlem Shake” debuted atop the Billboard charts and spawned an equally viral meme. An aspiring bedroom producer since the age of 13, Harry Rodrigues took the name Baauer to brand his tracks, which combined crunk hip-hop beats, dance music tempos, and clever samples from video-sharing sites. He made his official debut in early 2012 when his bass-heavy party track “Dum Dum” was released by the LuckyMe label on a one-sided, laser-etched 12″. Diplo’s Mad Decent label then signed Baauer and released “Harlem Shake” on their sub-imprint Jeffree’s in May of that same year. At first, the track made waves among the EDM and electro-trap faithful, but in early 2013, it exploded into the mainstream thanks to an Internet meme in which individuals uploaded amateur videos of themselves dancing to the song. Football teams, firemen, college kids dressed as Power Rangers, and even SeaWorld animals were all seen doing the Harlem Shake, and the collective views quickly climbed into the thousands, then millions. Baauer benefited from YouTube’s new “Content ID” system, which allowed users to use the song with the producer and label benefiting from any ad revenue. At the end of February, as Baauer announced his debut EP for Mad Decent, along with a collaboration with hip-hop producer Just Blaze, Billboard changed its formula for calculating charts and added YouTube streaming data to the mix of sales and radio plays. “Harlem Shake” debuted at number one the next week, and eventually earned Dance Song of the Year and EDM Song of the Year at the 2013 Billboard Music Awards. “Higher,” featuring Just Blaze, followed that August. Baauer then released the ß EP — a collaboration with AlunaGeorge and Rae Sremmurd — in 2014 and the single “GoGo!” in 2015. That track also appeared on the producer’s 2016 debut album, Aa, which landed on the LuckyMe label and included guest spots by Future, Pusha T, M.I.A., Rustie, and Novelist. Over the following years, Baauer focused mainly on standalone singles, issuing a string of tracks into 2018. He returned in 2020 with his sophomore album, Planet’s Mad, which went on to be nominated for Best Dance/Electronic Album at the 2021 Grammy Awards.
After racking up just shy of half-a-billion streams and receiving acclaim from Vice, Pigeons & Planes, Billboard, Vogue UK, and more, bülow has learned to trust her gut when it comes to music. The songstress infuses alternative pop with clever observations, personal confessions, and boundary-breaking spirit underpinned by live instrumentation. Spending the first eight years of her life in Germany, she moved to England with her family and started busking by the time she turned eleven. She has lived everywhere from Holland to Toronto and channeled a musical wanderlust into her songwriting. Along the way, she dropped four Eps—Damaged Vol. 1 , Damaged Vol. 2 , Crystalline , and The Contender —and collaborated with everyone from Ty Dolla $ign and Mura Masa to Fall Out Boy and MadeInTYO. Not to mention, she graced the bills of festivals such as Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, and Osheaga and shined on NBC’s The Today Show. As the world slipped into quarantine during 2020, she settled in Holland and musically turned back the clock. Nodding to favorites from her parents’ record collection, she re-embraced formative influences, including Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Kate Bush, Janis Joplin, Joni Mitchell, and The Shins. Creative freedom defines her forthcoming new music, kicked off by the guitar-driven “First Place.”
Dijon is from a small county outside of Baltimore, Maryland. Influenced by the freedom and lo-fi approach in the DIY music scene, he began producing and experimenting with collages of R&B, Folk, and Dance music as the musical duo, Abhi//Dijon. Having since established himself as a solo artist, he released his debut EP, Sci Fi 1, in March ’19 followed by the release of his critically-acclaimed 2nd EP, How Do You Feel About Getting Married? in May ’20. Since then, Dijon has collaborated with Charli XCX on the lead track off her most recent album, “pink diamond”, as well as gone on to release more tracks of his own including his cover of Chaka Khan’s “sweet thing“, and most recently “The Stranger“, a posse cut of a folk song featuring John C. Reilly, Tobias Jesso Jr., Sachi, Dan Reeder, and Becky and the Birds. Dijon will be releasing his debut album later this year.
Henry is a producer, writer and creative director based in LA. He’s been working closely with Dijon since 2017, having written and produced on his most recent album “Absolutely” and his ep “How Do You Feel About Getting Married”. He also serves as musical director/drummer for Dijon’s live band. Most recently, he produced Matt Champion’s (Brockhampton) forthcoming debut album, as well as Adam Melchor’s full length album due out this year on Warner Records. Henry works as the creative director for Benny Blanco’s artist project and has overseen Benny’s releases/creative since his 2018 track “Eastside”. He’s produced records for Gracie Abrams, Omar Apollo, Juice Wrld, and Fleet Foxes among others, and scores the show “DAVE” on FX.
Jasper Harris is a 23 year old, Grammy-winning composer and producer from Los Angeles, California. Since leaving NYU after his sophomore year, Jasper has produced records for Kendrick Lamar & Keem, Lil Nas X, Jack Harlow, Post Malone, Doja Cat, and has scored the first two seasons of Lil Dicky’s FX series “DAVE.”
Reared amid the smoky, off-kilter creations of Los Angeles’ storied “beat scene,” the DJ and electronic producer RL Grime wields trap hi-hats, chest-caving bass, and languid synth lines that melt out of sound systems like Salvador Dalí’s clocks. He grew up in L.A. in a creative family—his father was an architect and his mother was a fine-arts photographer. He loved 50 Cent as a kid, made regular trips to EDC in Las Vegas in high school, and started making beats after being inspired by the dubstep-inflected ballads of James Blake. In the early 2010s, he joined the Wedidit Collective alongside beatmakers Shlohmo and Groundislava and dropped out of school at NYU to focus on music, eager to capitalize on gig offers after drawing attention online for his tracks—including a mesmerizing, massive 2012 remix of Kanye West’s “Mercy” made with fellow L.A. producer Salva. Always versatile, he’s teamed with R&B singers and street rappers alike on subsequent remixes and EPs while exploring all shades of catharsis on his solo albums, including 2014’s VOID and 2018’s NOVA. Since then, he has gone on to establish his own record label called Sable Valley, serving as a platform to highlight emerging talent that he believes in and allowing up-and-coming artists to share their artistic voice with the world on their terms.
Ryan Raines is a producer and instrumentalist from Key Largo, Florida – now based in Los Angeles, California. Ryan began his production career on tour as the drummer/musical director for Dominic Fike, but has since shifted focus away from touring.
Danny Klein and Matt Campfield are Some Randoms, a Los Angeles-based production duo. Since relocating from Virginia, Some Randoms have made their name as a cross-genre production team, contributing to Grammy-nominated albums in R&B and Hip Hop. Currently, Some Randoms are finishing albums for Kehlani and John Legend (having produced Kehlani’s most recent lead single ‘little story’).
Tobias is a Canadian-born songwriter/producer based in Los Angeles. He has written songs for Adele, John Legend, Shawn Mendes, Sia, P!nk and more. Tobias has most recently founded LA-basd Orange Music Publishing, helping develop songwriters and producers. Orange has landed cuts with Conan Gray, Charli XCX, Ellie Goulding, The Killers, King Princess and many more.