K X M R X N | San Francisco Composer, Producer, Photographer, and Filmophile | Specializing and living in the intersection of acoustic and electronic production. Explore some of his work for short film here.
Kamran Adib is an American multi-instrumental composer and producer based in San Francisco, California. Specializing in hybrid style scores that use both acoustic and electronic elements, he draws from contemporary classical, experimental, and electronic dance music traditions. Working with film students at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill, California, Kamran began his career scoring a multitude of short films, some of which include psychological thriller Lovely Head, drama Blossoming Hope, and Don’t Be a Sucker, a film meant to emulate 1950's gangster films. He was later commissioned to write the theme for the YouTube series Athena. Kamran has worked with Sony Interactive Entertainment through the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and has also written music for a collaborative Runway Show between JAKE clothing and the Walt Disney Family Museum. Kamran’s studies have taken him throughout the west coast, where he has worked with and received instruction from world-renowned composer/producer/performer MaryClare Brzytwa, award-winning composer/producer/arranger Andrew Willette, and saxophonist/founding member of the Post-Haste reed duo Dr. Sean Fredenburg.
Describe your music
Hybrid style music that utilizes both acoustic and electronic elements. Influences of contemporary classical, experimental, and electronic dance music traditions.
Interested in collaborating with
Opportunities to produce original music of any genre for film students around the world are invaluable.
Formerly produced under the artist name Storm Arousal.