Serafim Tsotsonis is a Greek composer, electronic musician, music producer and sound designer. He has composed music for films, plays, documentaries, video art and TV commercials. Serafim has also produced albums of other artists and among his latest collaborations are Selofan’s recent album “Partners in Hell”, Ocean Hope’s debut album “Rolling Days”, Kid Moxie’s OST for the movie “Not to Be Unpleasant, But We Need to Have a Serious Talk” via Lakeshore Records and more.
His personal work extends in a wide range of music genres, including electronic, neo-classical, ambient, jazz, post-rock, dream-pop and it is mostly characterised by the pursuit of an exclusive, distinctive identity: a mixture of soundscapes combining both cerebral, dynamic sounds and melancholic, atmospheric elements.
While he mainly works at his home studio in Athens, he founds strong inspiration in his hometown of Corinth, a small seaside village in southern Greece, where he often collects nature sounds as a primal material incorporated in his pieces.
He has released 5 solo albums on KEXP DJ Alex Ruder’s, Seattle-based label Hush Hush Records and Greek-based label Klik Records and many EP’s. On his 2019 album, Believers, he also collaborated with Erased Tapes’ Peter Broderick, resulting in the song “Broken Wings”. Recently being unveiled as one-half of dream-pop duo Ocean Hope alongside his sister Angeliki, they released an EP, as well as their debut album, Rolling Days, on Hush Hush Records.