Deep within the maze of buzzing lights and marble-polished history, Washington D.C.’s stitched-together corridors have always been the dwelling for raw, primordial music energy. While the city’s identity has been perpetually confused by politics, it’s soul endures the change. Andy Gruhin, as a veteran singer-songwriter and producer, has weathered powerful change just as his city has.
During his rise through the ranks of alternative-indie rock under Sony ATV and Hollywood Records early in his career, Gruhin’s ability as a musician had quickly intensified alongside legendary collaborators, among them Spencer Sotelo (Periphery, From First To Last), Travis Orbin (Darkest Hour), and AJ Perdomo (The Dangerous Summer). In Andy’s progression, his experimental electronic project Fight Night also saw heavy-hitting collaborators from D.C. transplants Imad Royal, Alex Young, and designer Chadwickmak. His escalating efforts in music have received praise from a panoramic source of outlets, among them Indie Shuffle, Your EDM, Tilt Magazine and The Verge.
After a long hiatus from a journey to self-discovery, Gruhin’s edge is back and sharper than ever before. Recently signing with Sony’s newly-supercharged distributor, The Orchard, Andy’s latest project is written, composed, and produced entirely by himself. Debuting first off his upcoming Matisse-inspired full-length album entitled “Painting With Scissors”, Gruhin’s forthcoming single “Attitude” embodies the reflective spirit of change, conflict and the future as we want it.
Catch Andy Gruhin’s forthcoming single, “Attitude” as it premieres September 1st, 2017.