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SM Shahbaj

SM Shahbaj is an 18 years old independent artist from Bangladesh. He is a hiphop, house, jazz, chillout beat creator. Shahbaj started by posting song covers on his YouTube channel. Few months later he think about create his music. And he start making beat music. Those provided by his videos sparked a new following for the artist. In July 2020 Shahbaj released his first single City Colours and later released his EP dark hiphop instrumental, Darkest Nightmare in August 2020. And then he constantly released single instrumentals like Fuzzy Sky, Death Dreams, Chilled Boozer, Thousand Nights.... He’s constantly releasing new singles and encouraging people to follow his journey and inspiring them to pursue their dreams.

Dafna Naphtali

Dafna Naphtali is a sound-artist and improvisor-composer from an eclectic background of music- making. As singer/guitarist/electronic-musician she performs and composes using custom Max/MSP/ Jitter programs for sound processing of voice and other instruments that she has been writing since 1992. Besides her composing and improvised projects, she co-leads the digital chamber punk ensemble, What is it Like to be a Bat? with Kitty Brazelton ( and has collaborated / performed with Lukas Ligeti, David First, Joshua Fried, Ras Moshe, Alexander Waterman, Kathleen Supové, Hans Tammen, and Sarodist Stephen James, among others


Neil Alexander

Keyboardist NEIL ALEXANDER has performed professionally for 30+ years. He works with music in all forms and styles from Composer/Arranger and Production of Live Sound to Musical Theater, Modern Dance and Film. Grants from NYSCA and Meet The Composer gave Neil the opportunity to continue building on his composing skills. Neil also teaches Master Classes in Synthesizer Programming and Music Performance Technology, and composes works for small ensembles. As an active musician he has recordings and/or a performance history with a variety of groups and artists such as Gunther Hampel, Tal Ross (P-Funk), Charles Haynes, Erik Lawrence, and The Adaptors Movement Theater


Michael William Gilbert

Michael William Gilbert grew up in Connecticut and Brussels, Belgium. While living in Europe he first encountered the music of Varese, Stockhausen, and Pierre Henry, as well as music of India, Africa, and Japan. After studying electrical engineering at MIT, he continued studies in music at the Boston School of Electronic Music, later as a teacher and designer of synthesis systems. He graduated with a degree in music from Hampshire College, and shortly thereafter became the technical director of electronic music studios at Amherst College, Smith College, Hampshire College, and the University of Massachusetts Amherst

Kat Epple

Emmy, Peabody, and Edward R Murrow award-winning composer Kat Epple, has released 36 music albums internationally, composes music for film scores, and performs in concerts around the world. - Film scores include National Geographic, PBS Nova, CNN, ABC, Valentino Fashions, History Channel, NASA, "Killing Eve", and Apple Computers. - Music Performances include Guggenheim Museums, New York Metropolitan Museum of Art, The United Nations, London’s Union Chapel, National Gallery, concerts in Russia, Africa, Europe, and Asia.  - For twenty years, legendary visual artist, Robert Rauschenberg commissioned her to perform at his art openings internationally


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