Them Lost Boys
For the wildly creative band Them Lost Boys, music is something truly special. For group members Ån†-li√E (Anthony Palazzole) and Spektrum (Ian Sansavera), music is meant to be created, improved upon, shared and rocked out to. It is with that exact frame of mind that Them Lost Boys work to create their intense, fist pumping and heart-pounding blend of electro, house, dubstep and dance music.
Founded in a Santa Monica apartment basement in early 2011, Them Lost Boys quickly started producing, mixing and blending a catalog of body rocking rhythms and soul stirring beats. After early endorsements and hugely positive reactions to a series of early mix tapes, music videos and performances, the band has quickly moved on to playing for huge crowds at some of the best venues on the west coast.
With an inherent ear for music, Ån†-li√E has been spinning, mixing, and producing records since he was a kid. His dedication and skill allowed him to spend years working with some of the biggest names in R&B, House, Rock, Pop and Hip-Hop. Ån†-li√E makes use of a special combination of hardware and software to create a solid foundation from which fellow Lost Boy, Spektrum, plays off of with great effect. From his atypical arsenal, Ån†-li√E uses a variety of creative tools to serve up an imaginative blend of heavy beats, crazy synths and mind melting mixes.
What elevates Them Lost Boys to another level is Spektrum and his hugely imaginative sampling, sequencing and beat production. After touring with a past group and DJing independently, Spektrum adds a distinctly different flavor to Them Lost Boys. Making use of a variety of tools including a sampler, chains of effects, a mixer and a turntable – scratch master – he meshes into the vibe and helps create the madness.
Currently, Them Lost Boys are hard at work putting together unparalleled sets and unrivaled performances. They host a bi-weekly radio show on Mondays called Muck Fundays, and it’s gaining popularity at a rapid rate. As with its members, above all else, Them Lost Boys are grateful and appreciative for their family, friends and fans.