Jason Holstrom

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Jason Holstrom (born August 3, 1976) is a Seattle-based musician/producer. He is member of Seattle bands United State of Electronica (U.S.E.) and Wonderful.[1][2]

His recent projects include Wonderful's album, Wake Up to Dreamland, additional composing for the film Rising From Ashes and producing his new album Tonight Sky. In 2012 he created music for the This American Life Live show, including the score for the short film 2 Fresh 2 Furious.

Discography[edit]

  • Welcome to Wonderful, Wonderful (2001) — bass guitar, electronic keyboards, vocals
  • God Bless Our Pad, Wonderful (2003) — bass guitar, keyboards, guitar, saxophone, vocals, recording, production, mixing
  • New Old Friends, Dolour (2004) — ukulele, vocals, saxophone, engineering, mixing
  • U.S.E., United State of Electronica (2004) — guitar, vocals, keyboards, ukulele, production, engineering, mixing, mastering
  • Tomorrow's Taken, Ian McGlynn (2004) — mixing, mastering
  • Blow Up, Kandy Whales (2004) — engineering, mixing, mastering
  • MP3, Mister Pleasant (2004) — mixing, mastering
  • Party People EP, United State of Electronica (2005) — guitar, vocals, engineering, mixing, mastering
  • I Sold Gold, Aqueduct (2005) — guitar, engineering, mixing
  • Pistols at Dawn (EP), Aqueduct (2004) — guitar, engineering, mixing
  • The Thieves of Kailua (2007) — writing, performing, production, engineering, mixing.
  • Or Give Me Death, Aqueduct (2007) — co-production, engineering, mixing, guitar, vocals
  • Storm and Stress/Hell or Highwater, Dolour (2007) — mixing, engineering, bass guitar, vocals
  • It's Alright EP, Josh Ottum (2007) — mastering
  • Who Left the Lights On EP (Europe), Josh Ottum (2007) — mastering
  • EP Whale Bones (2007) — mastering
  • I'm Gonna Live the Life I Sing About in My Song Shane Tutmarc and the Traveling Mercies (2007) — mixing, mastering
  • L O V E W O R L D, U.S.E. (2009) — guitar, vocals, co production, mixing, engineering.
  • Wake Up to Dreamland, Wonderful (2011) — bass, vocals, co production, mixing, engineering.
  • Rising From Ashes Score, Joshua Myers (2012) -- additional composition, engineering.
  • "2 Fresh 2 Furious", from This American Life Live. (2012) score, production.
  • Tonight Sky, (2012) -- writing, production, engineering, mixing.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Heather Phares. "Allmusic bio". Rovi Corporation. Retrieved 2010-11-17. 
  2. ^ "Chop Suey embraces techno, plugs into success". Seattle Times. 2003-08-22. Retrieved 2010-11-17. 

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