Chicago composer, multi-instrumentalist, and producer David DeRose earned a reputation in commercial jingles before releasing full-length albums and alternative EPs.
His relationship with music began when he first watched the 1989 movie "Batman." This musical passion grew when he picked up a guitar at the awkward age of twelve and began strumming around. But it was years later, during the dog days of college summers, when David began experimenting with music software. These trials gave him the opportunity to incorporate instruments he had never used, tying together intriguing sonic soundscapes and memorable melodies. David's music comes from a very honest place and attests to the gamut of emotion.