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Benjamin Adase

Benjamin Adase

Media Director

PH Recordings/Pleasure Hunters

Woodstock

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PH Recordings/Pleasure Hunters

Media Director

I work as the Media Director at PH Recordings, a record label based in Holyoke, MA, and its sublabel Pleasure Hunters. At PH, I began by designing a visual branding identity for both PH and Pleasure Hunters. Now, I design the album artwork for each release, T-shirts and other merchandise, and I am presently developing a YouTube visualizer. I am also currently in preproduction for a three-part music video series. "Liberosis," featuring the sounds of a three-track EP and Pleasure Hunters release, will play like a 13-minute short film. Production is expected to begin Summer 2016.

RED/CYAN

CEO

I am the current CEO at RED/CYAN, a small independent record label accepting all electronic styles of music and releasing twice weekly. Cumulatively, the songs released via the label have garnered nearly 100,000 plays via the music platform SoundCloud, and also maintains upwards of 400 active followers. Bonus: I am responsible for all of the album artwork for RED/CYAN releases.

Woodstock Academy

High School Diploma (projected)

Ben Spectra

New Job

I have been producing electronic music and DJing under the moniker Ben Spectra since August 2015, though I have been producing music for almost 4 years net. I have a wide stylistic range, a defined and expanding technical skill, and musicality beyond my years. I aim to write music that makes people dance, but makes people feel.

sleeper. Design

Graphic Artist

I am a freelance graphic artist focusing on album artwork, logo design, photo manipulation, and branding. Using the name sleeper., I craft journeys through color, texture, light, and the pleasantly chaotic interior of my head. My designs have been featured on songs that charted in the top 5 on trackitdown.com, on a video by YouTube channel Proximity that has garnered upward of 1.7m plays, and on various other platforms.