Craig Anthony Perkins
Originally from Southern California and currently in Northern New Mexico, Film & TV composer, sound designer, multi-instrumentalist, and modular synth artist Craig Anthony Perkins began as a drummer at the age of 4, a guitarist by the age of 8, and learned bass, synths and several other instruments by age 13.
With his own independent record label, Craig releases music in a variety of genres under different project names, including genshi, jido-genshi, Science Patrol, cell:burn, and StarDotStar among others. Craig also regularly performs with his Eurorack modular system in his "Experimental Cinematic Ambient" style under the name genshi (genshi.com), as well as with his retro electro synth-pop project Science Patrol. He is also known for his synth demos on his YouTube Channel Genshi Media Group.
As a Film and TV Composer, he has scored a variety of indie short films, including a few he directed himself (one of which won the 2012 iPhone Film Festival for best Animation and Grand Prize Best Overall Film) and more recently scored his first three feature films, including the cult hit “Zombie Tidal Wave” for the SyFy Channel.