brandon the wolf
Drawing inspiration from four decades of music, brandon the wolf takes his style from the many electronic genres spanning those eras. His sound is molded and formed in unique layers of samples and instruments to create a blend of pop, electronic, and house music. A lifelong music performer and producer with roots in hard rock and metal, brandon the wolf has transformed into an electronic musician for the 21st century.
Since 2012, Marc Schuster has been recording and performing ambient music as Android Invasion. His minimalist approach to composition and recording has drawn favorable comparisons with Brian Eno, Terry Riley, and Lamonte Young. Hungry Hour Music is proud to provide a home to his albums and EPs Low Earth Orbit, States of Wonder, Field Report, Life at the Pace of Objects and On a Thursday, The Typist Dreams.
Plush Gordon is an ever-evolving collection of artists with input and contributions from Marc Schuster, Tom Powers, Timothy Simmons, Jen Mitlas, Jeff Willet, Emily Roane, Tony Yoo, and Brandon Heffley. It's kind of like the Hungry Hour Entertainment house band. Or you could say it's what happens when any number of Hungry Hour artists decide to some music together.
Timothy Simmons is a multi-instrumentalist from Havertown, Pennsylvania. He is a music educator who recently developed a music curriculum for adolescents with language-based learning differences. On most days, Tim can be found behind his beat up old Gretsch drum kit. His debut album, Serafine is the soundtrack to Serafine Learns to Sing, a middle-grade novel about a young girl who discovers the joy of music.