Daniel Durrett is a San Francisco based singer/songwriter/producer and multi-instrumentalist. His sound has often been described as electronic, eclectic, evolving, eccentric, and easing.
His musical foundation came from teachings based on the Royal School of Church Music in England. While studying Studio Recording at Western Michigan University and working under the alias Jimmy 2 Sticks – an exploration of digital and analog sound transformations – he released 7 collections of music and composed remix work as well. Most notably, he is featured on “Digital Bliss Volume 2” with a remix of the Artemis track “Subterranean“.
In 2005, Durrett’s interest in audio and recording lead him to Chicago and a position at Shure Incorporated. There, he worked in Product Management and lead the charge on development of Shure’s first digital microphones. After scoring awards for the products and his name on patents, Daniel left Shure in 2009 to relocate to San Francisco and focus on his music.
Also in Chicago, Daniel formed an experimental multi-media group with fellow musician, Nick Davio. The band, hypermodal, focuses on crossing genres and integrating electronic/acoustic instruments and video into performance art. hypermodal is currently working cross-country on new material.