These are the people that take your awesome submissions and turn them into what you see at ThatSongSoundsLike.com. It’s a lot of work!
Keith Hopkin started ThatSongSoundsLike in 2007 because he wanted to have a place where people can discover the similarities that weave through pop music. Keith was a founding member (drums) of the band Asobi Seksu. More recently he played drums in a Weezer tribute band called The Blue Album Group. Keith also shoots videos like this: www.Dogs-In-Cars.com
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See more of his work at ArtworkNotAvailable.com
Ryan Clark is a director, editor, and audio engineer based in Brooklyn, NY. Recent projects include sketch comedy films and live shows with brilliant improvisors from the UCB Theater, Magnet, People’s Improv Theater, and Face Off Unlimited. Ryan also does stand up comedy, and plays drums like a mean S.O.B.
James Benjamin is a writer residing in Minneapolis who has spilled ink in service of All Music Guide and Popmatters, in addition to penning a variety of self-sorted details & circuitous notes. Ben currently does time under the employ of the McDonald’s equivalent of hotel chains, and prefers to fine-tune his skills in anticipation of an upcoming locksmith apprenticeship. Ben is otherwise a rugged indoorsman who plays old department store steel-string guitars and the clarinet, writing songs which hopefully steer clear of sounding too overtly like anything covered on That Song Sounds Like.