Jeffrey Hawk

Jeffrey Hawk

 Santa Monica, California, USA
BandAlternativeEDM

An award winning remixer of Madonna and New Order, can write music made to order, has the gift of giving the listen exactly what they ask for. His music ranges from Metal to Electronica to Jazz to Rock and runs the gambit of genres in-between.

Biography

Jeffrey Hawk is no stranger to the music industry. An award winning remixer of Madonna and New Order, he now brings his talents and consolidates them into one presence. No longer confined by genres, he writes whatever style comes to his mind at the time. His music ranges from Metal to Electronica to Jazz to Rock and runs the gambit of genres in-between.

With over 3 million downloads worldwide so far, it seems like the listeners agree. "I grew tired of having to be forced to write in a particular genre", he tells Metalhead Magazine. "Instead of having to write a metal song or a dance song, I now can simply write whatever I feel at the moment without concern as to how it 'should' sound." The end result is a unique blend of styles that everyone can enjoy. His main loves are the Guitar and Piano. His influences are as diverse as his songwriting, from Depeche Mode to Steve Vai to Django Reinhardt.

He has been featured on several compilations which include "State of Synthpop 2003" and Echoing Green's "The Evergreen Collection. He also appears on a Depeche Mode bootleg called, "It's Time For Heaven", which included his remake of the song, "I Feel Loved" with just Piano and Dave Gahan's vocals.

He has been feautured in several projects for Film, TV and Video Games. He has also been featured on MTV.

Hawk also appeared in the October 2006 issue of "Guitar World" and is endorsed by Halo Guitars and Hot Picks, the makers of Monster Picks.