With music as deeply connected to nature as the tree-laden mountains he calls home, Colorado musician f-ether has found a way to digitize the organic. But the concrete jungle has influenced his music just as powerfully, harboring a style all his own.
f-ether has raised the eyebrows of musicians both locally and internationally through his diverse range of sounds. Having been previously recognized by A-Trak and Fool's Gold Records for his grand-prize winning remix in Grand Marnier’s 2015 #BlendOut competition, f-ether began gaining traction as more than “just another DJ” in the electronic and beat scenes. Local publications like Queen city Sounds and Art have recognized him as “an experimental electronic dance music legend-in-the-making”, and his audiences seem to have taken note of that as well. His notoriety spans even further through mentions as one of the 'best electronic artists in Denver' by 303 Magazine, following a 'best of' nomination in the 2019 Denver Westword Music Awards. It's no secret why f-ether has been the choice act share bills with internationally renowned artists like Flying Lotus, Great Dane, Anklepants, Dan Deacon, Noer the Boy, Moontricks, and Itchy-O.
f-ether creates a unique live performance both sonically and visually through his experience as a producer, DJ, songwriter, and lifelong instrumentalist. He bridges the gap between what is tangible and what is ethereal through a melodic portrayal of abstract ideology, complex emotions, and the human condition in a way that words alone cannot grasp.