Joel Ford first exploded onto Brooklyn's electronic music scene as the formidable synth-pop duo Games, and later as Ford & Lopatin. He continues to produce ambient techno soundscapes as Airbird.

Ford has lent his musical expertise as a producer, mixer, engineer and composer to such projects as Oneohtrix Point Never, How To Dress WellAutre Ne VeutCom TruiseCyril HahnAlex Cameron, Airbird, & Young Ejecta. He recently produced and mixed the breakout Gundelach single, 'Spiders', which quickly hit top 40 radio in Norway and made Gundelach one of Spotify's 'Artists to Watch' in 2017. 

Joel works out of his studio in East Los Angeles owned and run by his record label, Driftless Recordings.

Joel continues to do creative production work in collaboration with boutique music house, Shout It Out Loud Music, and Artist Development for Our House Agency. 



Ben Bromfield is a composer for film, television, and video games out of Boston, MA. A lifelong jazz pianist, Ben graduated Berklee College of Music in 2010 and has lived in Los Angeles ever since. He is known for his score of the Dreamworks television series, Boss Baby: Back in Business, and is an expert in animation scoring, having contributed music to several other popular animated shows such as We Bare Bearsand Voltron: Legendary Defender. In film, Ben has made his mark scoring such indies as BOOM!: A Film About The Sonics, a documentary telling the story of one of the most influential 60's rock bands, The Salzburg Story, a romantic comedy which won 'Best Feature Film' at the California International Film Festival, and Borderland, an action/thriller featuring performances by Bruce Dern and Peter Fonda. 

Ben is an eclectic dude. He draws inspiration from film score greats like Thomas Newman, John Williams, Hans Zimmer and John Powell, orchestral legends such as Ravel, Tchaikowsky, Bernstein, and Copeland, jazz innovators like Orscar Peterson, Thelonious Monk, Miles Davis and Cannonball Adderly, and contemporary artists like Kendrick Lamar, Jack Garratt, Fleet Foxes and Vulfpeck.