Nathan Stack is a Los Angeles-based musician who has music available for licensing and can also compose/record original music for film, TV, Web and multimedia projects. His specialty for original music is dark, atmospheric soundscapes and downtempo grooves.
His music has been featured on HBO, Hulu and the BBC, and in a feature film and several short films.
If you're interested in working with Nathan or want to know more, email him. Visit the album links in the sections below to listen to the music.
Most of his music is also available to license through Audiosocket.
Nathan Stack's main music project, Autohypnosis, is a mixture of pop, electronic and rock sounds. He has so far released one EP and two albums under the Autohypnosis moniker — including the 10-hour-long instrumental ambient album Pedestrians. The other two releases, The Surface and Conversation (in) Pieces, feature mostly music with vocals and include a wide range of moods and emotions.
Autohypnosis songs have been licensed for use on the HBO news magazine show VICE and the Hulu original series Casual, and in a feature film and several short films.
Nathan had such fun creating the ambient soundscapes of the Pedestrians album by Autohypnosis that he started a separate project, Shadowy Lines, which is devoted solely to ambient music. He has so far released four albums: Mindless Pleasures, You Can't Count on Anyone to Remember, Vert, American Commerce and Merge and Disappear.
While all of Shadowy Lines' music is easily categorized as ambient, there is substantial diversity across the three albums. This music is illustrative of Nathan's forte for creating dark, haunting atmospheres — ideal for accompanying suspenseful, mysterious and otherworldly scenes in film and television.
SHADOWY LINES LINKS
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