T.H. White

T.H. White's music is a delightfully eclectic mix of sounds and influences ranging from instrumental prog-rock and jazz to groove-driven tracks that recall Thievery Corporation or LCD Sound System. He's one of those rare artists who can, and does, do everything, from writing and arranging to producing and remixing.

White's previous four releases (More Than Before, The Private Spotlight, The Company Book, The Company Book Remixes) have been lauded by SPIN Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, The Fader, Time Out New York, Paper Magazine, Filter, Remix, URB and Stereogum, but White is not content to just stop there. "I want to do it all." he says. "I want to write and produce for other artists, score films, mix lifestyle compilations, and continually move my career behind the scenes."

It's safe to say that he's on the right track. White has DJ'ed and produced original music for Fashion Week as well as events for Tommy Hilfiger, Elle Magazine, Asti Spumonte and The Bowery Hotel. His music has been featured on The Sopranos and The Inside and in ads for BMW, Mazda and Reebok. His previously unreleased track "Floating Way Up" will be featured in an upcoming episode of the new SyFy show, Being Human, and will be available on iTunes soon.

In addition to writing an producing his own music, White has done outstanding remixes for bands like The Crystal Method, The Phenomenal Handclap Band, Faunts and Fol Chen as well as the gorgeous reworking of some of Meghan Wolf's songs on the remix album Eyes Into Mirrors.

Be on the lookout later this year for a brand new T.H. White release, How Bad Do You Want It, which puts to use some of the rare vintage tube gear White acquired from the dismantling of the legendary Hit Factory studios. The album features a cohesive, yet diverse collection of tracks that feature (and further) his trademark NYC-coated psychedelic big beat/neo-'70s street funk, with some newer influences added in. How Bad Do You Want It features more live instrumentation than previous releases, but still maintains the cinematic soundtrack elements that a T.H. White record has become known to display.

Featured Clients

  • Tommy Hilfiger
  • BMW
  • Road and Track Magazine
  • Elle Magazine
  • Premier Magazine
  • Mercedes Fashion Week Bryant Park
  • Car and Driver Magazine
  • Woman's Day Magazine
  • The Bowery Hotel
  • Asti Spumonte

Featured Remixes

  • The Phenomenal Handclap Band
  • Tokyo Police Club
  • Faunts
  • Vasilli Gavre
  • Fol Chen
  • Meghan Wolf
  • Boy in Static
  • The Consulate General