Adam Rubenstein is best known as the guitarist and principal songwriter for midwestern emo-core pioneers Split Lip, who later became the more roots-tinged indie band Chamberlain.
He's also been a member of various side projects including Dear Lions and Bad Moon Music. Rubenstein's solo debut entitled Aftershock was released by Chamberlain's former label Doghouse Records (Say Anything, The All-American Rejects) under the moniker Adam Dove. He has since released two solo albums under his real name -- Excavator in 2013 and Nightly Waves in 2015, both released on Germany's Arctic Rodeo Recordings (Jawbox, Walter Schreifels). His albums can be described as rooted in Americana, but that toe the line between sophisticated Pop and melancholic Singer-songwriter. Rubenstein is also a film composer, having penned scores for acclaimed documentaries "Night School," "9-Man," "Kid Danny," "By Sidney Lumet," and "Medora," as well as various commercial music projects and films currently in production.