Kirby McClure is a filmmaker living in Atlanta, Georgia. His experimental short film “SWEAT” premiered at TIFF in 2014. His music video work for artists like Skrillex, Britney Spears and Yeasayer have been nominated for the MTV VMA as well as the UK MVA. He was featured in Filmmaker Magazine's "25 New Faces of Independent Film" and NY Mag's "10 Directors to Watch". His debut feature film—“Spaghetti Junction” is being produced by Georges Bermann (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Science of Sleep) and is set to premiere in 2021.
Over the course of their career, LA noise legends HEALTH have found different ways to express existential dread with their alternately harsh and haunting mix of dense guitars and synths, and Jake Duzsik's soft vocals. They emerged from Los Angeles' experimental rock scene in the late 2000s with a pummeling yet intricate style exemplified by their 2007 self-titled debut. Following a tour with Nine Inch Nails, HEALTH released 2009's Get Color, a more accessible set of songs that retained their debut's crunch. Another remix album, ::Disco2, arrived the following year and included contributions from CFCF and Pictureplane as well as Crystal Castles. HEALTH composed the score for 2012's Max Payne 3, which earned nominations for Best Score in a Game and Best Song in a Game (for the track "Tears") at that year's Spike Video Game Awards. They continued their foray into video game music in 2013 with "High Pressure Dave," a song inspired by the Units' "High Pressure Days" that appeared in Grand Theft Auto V.
Kristian Zuniga came up in Atlanta working on music videos for artists like Future, Migos, Run The Jewels, Young Thug, Young Jeezy and many other local legends. He quickly found his way into branded docs and commercials. Within the last two years he's transitioned into the feature world having shot the documentary/concert film for Depeche Modes "Spirits In The Forest" (Anton Corbijn) in 2019, and most recently "Beast Beast" which premiered at Sundance 2020.