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.
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.”
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.”
RL Grime first came to prominence as a New York-based teenager delivering monster, viral remixes of Chief Keef’s “Love Sosa” and Kanye West’s “Mercy.” He established himself as a unique artist in his space with a striking monochromatic aesthetic, a series of animated music videos, and a annual Halloween mix that has gone on to feature legendary cameos from celebrities including Neil deGrasse Tyson, Shaquille O’Neal, Tony Hawk, Guy Fieri, Bruce Buffer, and more. After solidifying his fanbase with a few highly-regarded EPs, RL Grime independently released his first studio album, VOID, in 2014. It premiered as the #1 Electronic album in the United States and remained in that position for a month. At that point—with over 150 million plays, rave reviews and magazine covers, and sets at the biggest festivals in the world including Coachella & Lollapalooza—most artists would settle for their success. RL Grime stuck to his underground roots and further limited his releases. He collaborated with artists including Big Sean, Miguel, and Skrillex, and starred in Alexander Wang’s #WANGSQUAD alongside Travis Scott & Zoe Kravitz. In late 2017, he emerged with “Era,” a tour-de-force single whose epic, cinematic sound announced a new era and his sophomore album: NOVA. RL Grime has distinguished himself as an innovator in music, delicately treading the line between mainstream and an independent sound, the underground and the accessible, popular music and artistry. In 2019, he went 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’).