Kamran Sadeghi is an electronic music producer, composer and musician in constant exploration of his craft.

Based in New York City, Kamran comes from a diverse background of film scores, multi channel sound and video art, live performance and ambient music.  During his first years in New York, he worked as an assistant to Morton Subotnick.  Kamran also became assistant curator at Diapason Gallery, one of the first and only Sound Art Galleries in North America.  His solo live performances are full of details, both physical and subliminal. The experience of Kamran's microscopic sound design can at times seem three dimensional. There's a refreshing human element in his 'on the spot' rhythm sequencing and mixing, with modular synthesis at the very center - leaving us to question 'push button' live set’s.  Kamran's early ambient work under the alias Son Of Rose received critical acclaim in publications such as The WIRE Magazine among others. As the music producer and arranger of the art and music group Soundwalk Collective, he has performed with Patti Smith and Jesse Paris Smith, Nan Goldin and Samuel Rohrer.   

As an artist, Kamran Sadeghi creates sensory environments at the intersection of sound, light and acoustics. Sadeghi draws from these elements to play with the awareness that can materialize between their physical properties and the human perception. He is fascinated by sound for it's impermanence, non-object nature and structural integrity. His compositions are often marked with hyper magnification, stillness, unexpected shifts, and sharp punctuations that give way to an idea of drawing lines in space with sound.

As a composer, music producer and sound designer Sadeghi draws from an innate urge to create harmony, rhythm and texture. His approach is both methodical and intuitive while keeping his technical and trained ear hidden in the vault of his mind to not disturb the chance of capturing the moment.