Ariel Loh is a music producer and composer based in New York City. His work has made appearances on Billboard, Rolling Stone, BBC, Vice, MTV, Yahoo, AOL, Huffington Post, and more. A passion for vintage analog synthesizers manifests in both his music productions and film scoring alike. Variety praised “the buzzing synths and rattling winds of Loh’s alien-electro score” for his theatrical debut in The Eyes Of My Mother at Sundance Film Festival 2016, which was subsequently picked up by Waxwork Records for a limited-run vinyl release in 2018.

Ariel works out of his home studio in Astoria and is also a staff audio engineer at Stone Studio and The Buddy Project. He is also 1/2 of the musical project Drinker.