Jonathan Stolber is a British composer, multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter & producer from Church Crookham, Fleet, Hampshire. On moving to the East Midlands of the UK, Stolber spent a few years playing live electronic performances supporting the likes of 65 Days Of Static, Her Name Is Calla & Guillemots.
Stolber went on to front the acclaimed East Midlands cinematic art-rock outfit "To Bury A Ghost." The bands debut "The Hurt Kingdom" was produced by sonic guru Russ Russell (Napalm Death, Wildhearts) and received widespread critical praise from the likes of the 405 & Echoes And Dust.
Playing their debut live show for Goldflakepaint, Stolber became a twice-nominated BBC Introducing artist before being selected to represent Northamptonshire musicians at the BBC Abbey Road Masterclass Session.
After disbanding, Stolber has been busy recording at his remote countryside studio 'Outpost 13.' Early 2020 Stolber reached out to Leeds uber producer James Kenosha (Grammatics, Dry The River) to mix his fervent debut solo offering.
Piano Day 2020 saw the debut release of the track "The Minotaur" - an instrumental cinematic appetite teaser. The track was selected for inclusion on the Nils Frahm curated official Playlist.
Stolber has spent the last year in lockdown putting final touches to his debut EP release "An Unshakable Demon." Mixed by Manchester based guitar icon & legendary mixing engineer Steve Durose (Oceansize, Vennart, Amplifier), the record features a calvacade of Stolber's favourite musicians.
<UPDATE> Am excited to share my debut record is fully mixed & mastered, and on route to texas for a ltd vinyl press at Austin Signal. Will keep this page updated on any developments....
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