District 78 is a music producing team comprised of Chris Lightbody, Robert Steinmiller, and Spencer Yaras. Since 2005, they have scored and written music for many popular television shows and films, from Disney Pictures’ upcoming “Step Up: 3D” all the way to the UK for “Move Like Michael Jackson”, the most popular series in BBC3’s history.
Best known for their work on today’s most popular dance shows (Fox’s “So You Think You Can Dance”, MTV’s “Randy Jackson Presents: America’s Best Dance Crew”), they pioneered the “Master Mix” and continue to shape the sound of dance mixes on television through their unique combination of original material with popular hits.
Accomplished producers, they have had the privilege of working with many popular artists such as Adam Lambert, Far East Movement, Lil’ Mama, j.Lo, and Taboo from Black Eyed Peas.
"The Fall of Felix" by District 78 can be heard in the G-BOOM video and can be viewed here.
Mystery Skulls is really the nom de plume of Los Angeles based electronic artist Luis Dubuc. Formerly from Dallas, Texas, Dubuc sounds like Prince fronting Daft Punk, mixing his inspirations of ‘90’s R&B and New Jack Swing with EDM music and futuristic sounds. Beyond Mystery Skulls, Dubuc is an active songwriter, producer and remixer, working with a wide range of genres and styles.
"Ghost" by Mystery Skulls is featured in the video for G-Go and can be viewed here.
Chasing Kings is an Alternative Pop band based in Los Angeles, CA. Do It To Myself is the first track to be released from their debut LP, Nice Guys. Deli Magazine has named the group one of LA’s top 20 indie bands.
"Do It To Myself" by Chasing Kings is featured in the video for G-Grip and can be viewed here.
Parade of Lights are an alt-electro band based in Los Angeles. Comprised of core members Ryan Daly and Anthony Improgo, the group combines equal parts rock, new wave, and shoegaze to create a unique blend of 80’s influenced pop drawing on inspiration from artists like U2, Depeche Mode, M83, and even Madonna.