Founder and CEO of studios, entertainment, and media company Indigo Soul NYC, Jake Tavill is an artist, songwriter, producer, and engineer who’s goal in life is to create, and empower others to create, moving art. A graduate of NYU Tisch’s Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music and the Village East Conservatory, Jake has released a number of albums (incl. Indigo Child and Twisted Ideology), coordinated the renowned GroundUP Music Festival, worked with talented musicians from Jazz to Pop, scored and engineered for Film/TV (notably hit K-Dramas such as It’s Okay Not To Be Okay and A Piece of Your Mind), engineered for live and broadcast productions in world class venues such as Radio City Music Hall, and has had the pleasure to perform for audiences around the world.
As an artist, soulful melodies, empathetic lyrics, and moving instrumentation define his music, drawing influence from classic icons of soul, funk, and jazz like Marvin Gaye, Bill Withers, P-Funk and Miles Davis - as well as innovative modern music-makers like Snarky Puppy, Vulfpeck, Moonchild, and Robert Glasper (who taught Jake at NYU.)
Lauded as “A young bushy-haired singer with a sweet soulful voice” (American Songwriter Magazine) that’s “Magnetizing” (The Aquarian), “thought-worthy” (The Burning Ear) and “a kettle full of colorful soul with a lot of heart” (We Love That Sound), his music has garnered airplay on over 200 radio stations internationally.
Jake started Indigo Soul NYC to harness the power of the artistic community he had seen grow disconnected yet ever more inspired, through creating accessible resources and support to encourage collaboration across genre, background, and medium to shape the future of culture and make an impact on society.
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