Touch Tone

Touch Tone is Andrew Verner from Los Angeles, CA. After spending most of his life behind guitars and drums in various bands, Verner traded them in for computers and synths with his band “Mechanical Hands Electric Heart”. After releasing an album and music video, MHEH split leaving Andrew to create his own sound as “Short Circuit”. Andrew then signed to Binary Records releasing a handful of remixes and singles as well as a five song E.P. In 2012 Andrew’s sound began to shift and “Touch Tone” was born as a way for him reinvent himself and start fresh. Touch Tone is a more focused sound combining classic Disco, Pop and House. Smooth synths, stabbing pianos, staccato bass and catchy pop vocal melodies combine to create Touch Tone’s patented sonic soundscape. Andrew has already gained recognition from the blog community and peers with his two singles “Home Away From Home” and “Make Believe”. Verner has also shown his skills as a remixer with his interpretation of “Goldroom’s” “Sweetness Alive”. With his resume growing exponentially, the future looks bright for Touch Tone.

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Touch Tone is Andrew Verner from Los Angeles, CA. After spending most of his life behind guitars and drums in various bands, Verner traded them in for computers and synths with his band “Mechanical Hands Electric Heart”. After releasing an album and music video, MHEH split leaving Andrew to create his own sound as “Short Circuit”. Andrew then signed to Binary Records releasing a handful of remixes and singles as well as a five song E.P. In 2012 Andrew’s sound began to shift and “Touch Tone” was born as a way for him reinvent himself and start fresh. Touch Tone is a more focused sound combining classic Disco, Pop and House. Smooth synths, stabbing pianos, staccato bass and catchy pop vocal melodies combine to create Touch Tone’s patented sonic soundscape. Andrew has already gained recognition from the blog community and peers with his two singles “Home Away From Home” and “Make Believe”. Verner has also shown his skills as a remixer with his interpretation of “Goldroom’s” “Sweetness Alive”. With his resume growing exponentially, the future looks bright for Touch Tone.

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