Adam Robl and Shawn Sutta are both lifelong musicians and film score composers who have been playing and creating music together for fourteen years. After accidentally becoming neighbors in 2011, they began a studio collaboration that has since produced music for more than one hundred projects including award winning film scores, albums and other music for media. Drawing from their collective influences and skill sets, they have created a dynamic range of scores for films which have appeared in theaters, television, streaming, and in hundreds of festivals all over the world.

In 2012 they scored a documentary series for NBC called OUR LONGEST DRIVE (Directed by Martin Rodahl). In 2014 they created the score to the critically acclaimed feature film UNCLE JOHN (Directed by Steven Piet). After the film premiered at SXSW in 2015 and was released on Netflix, the soundtrack was released by Lakeshore Records. 

Following this success, the duo wrote a haunting score to the horror film BONIATO (Directed by The Meza Brothers) which was an official selection at the Sundance Film Festival 2016 and later played on HBO. In 2017 they were commissioned to create poignant scores to the documentaries THE GROWING SEASON (Directed by Evan Briggs) which premiered at DOC NYC and CHARLIE Vs GOLIATH (Directed by Reed Linsday) which aired on PBS.

Recently they created a post rock influenced soundtrack for LATE LIFE (Directed by Frank W Chen) which received much acclaim at international film festivals and was released in theaters in the US and abroad. LATE LIFE is currently available on Netflix. Upcoming films include BEFORE THE FIRE (Directed by Charlie Buhler) and NOISE AND COLOR (Directed by Logan Stone).