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JASON HILL

Jason Staehler Hill is an award-winning film score composer, platinum-selling recording artist and record producer, mixer, and multi-instrumentalist. Hill is known for many projects with acclaimed film director David Fincher (40 nominations at the Academy Awards) such as the Emmy-winning series Mindhunter, for which Hill won a 2021 BMI composer award, along with Voir, Gone Girl, and Fincher's only animated short film Bad Travelling which is a part of 2022's Emmy-winning series Love, Death, and Robots. Hill was also the original music composer on FYRE: The Greatest Party That Never Happened [5], Netflix's 5-part mini-series The Confession Killer, Netflix's This Is A Robbery, Showtimes Couples Therapy, and The Buffalo Hunt.

Mr. Hill is a multi-instrumentalist skilled at playing guitar, cello, piano, synthesizers, drums,  and bass among many others. He is also known for his unique approach to composing, having invented many unique instruments used often within the tapestry of his films and series.

 

He is also the lead singer, guitarist, and producer for the cherished indie band Louis XIV.  Mr. Hill was also the frontman and producer for the band Vicky Cryer containing members of Muse, Killers, and Jet.  Hill also releases music under his own name. He has produced records, or otherwise worked with, such artists as The Killers, David Bowie, Robbie Williams, Jet, Sky Ferreira, New York Dolls, Brandon Flowers, Ariel Pink, Craig Nicholls (The Vines), The Virgins, Macy Gray, Nick Littlemore and Luke Steele (Empire of the Sun), Idkhtfm (I Don't Know How They Found Me), and Neon Trees, among many others. Hill was also a part of the seminal alt-country band Convoy in his early years.

Jason Hill is currently working on a solo record, two upcoming Apple series, an upcoming Netflix series and a new season of Couples Therapy for Showtime.

In 2015 Hill bought the building now called  DEPARTMENT OF RECORDING AND POWER and reimagined one of the world’s premier recording facilities. Located right on the edge of Burbank and Glendale, the studios have given rise to some of the most celebrated music of the past fifty years, and have produced Grammy-winning albums, award-winning film scores, and some of the most astonishing music ever created. This iconic complex originally built as a studio in the mid-1970’s was home to many massive hits from James Brown, Barbra Streisand, Britney Spears, The Beach Boys, Doobie Brothers, Cher, Billy Joel, Joni Mitchell, Phil Spector, Joe Cocker, and many others.