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|Birth name||Junho Lee|
|Genres||Nu jazz, deep house, progressive house, synthpop, lounge, big beat|
|Occupation(s)||Producer, singer-songwriter, sound engineer, DJ|
|Years active||1999 - present|
Postino (real name Junho Lee) is an electronic music producer based in London. He is the owner of independent record label Postino Records, and is noted as being one of the first South Korean producers to top the European DJ charts.
He started his professional career as a pop music producer in South Korea, composing film scores and producing singles for Korean singers. He has worked with Lee Ki Chan the longest, having produced five of his albums; a song from the ninth album, "합니다..." (to do...), was used to promote the film The Illusionist throughout South Korea.[verification needed] He arranged and produced for South Korean pop-girl group S.E.S. in 2002, and his songs 'Requiem' and 'Red Angel' were chosen by Japanese fans to be released on "S.E.S. Best". He was also producer and keyboard player for Acid Jazz/pop outfit Mogi.[unreliable source?][verification needed]
His debut album, A Letter From The Postino, was released in early 2007 via Lupin Records in South Korea.[verification needed] He moved on to work in London in 2007 where he started focusing on electronic music.
Bushey Hill Jazz House peaked at #2 on Juno Download's with the single "Bushey Hill".[unreliable source?] It remained at the top of the charts on Juno Download for five successive weeks, and ranked on Juno Recommends: Broken Beat/Nu Jazz and Deep House.
Postino released a music video for the single "I Love It" off the Golden Owl EP. The video was released June 18, 2013 and was directed, produced and edited by filmmaker Will Kindrick. The video features a charismatic young girl (Darla Jacobs) and sidekick (Jonas Anthony Rubio) dressed in deer/shark costumes having a wild romp throughout the streets of Los Angeles.
- 2007 - A Letter From The Postino
- 2009 - Bushey Hill Jazz House
- 2009 - Sailer & Gambler Remixes
- 2012 - Golden Owl EP
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