Julian Wass graduated from Stanford University with a B.A. in Music, Science and Technology. His recent compositions for film include the Duplass Brothers' Do-Deca-Pentathalon, Jenée LaMarque's The Pretty One, Helen Hunt’s Ride, and Dax Shepard's Brother's Justice and the follow-up Hit and Run. As member and producer of Los Angeles based band Fol Chen, he explores the soundscape of electronic-pop on Fol Chen's latest album, The False Alarms, and his own EP, Crystals. Recent productions also include records by singer/songwriter Simone White and Bay Area rap group, Main Attrakionz. Julian’s upcoming projects include Patrick Brice's The Overnight, Joshua Rofe's hockey documentary Swift Current, Adam Bhala Lough's The Motivation 2.0, Hannah Fiddell's 6 Years, and the animated HBO series Animals. When he's not making music, Julian designs and builds instruments, and he premiered his recently constructed 7-foot electric harmonic guitar at a performance with Los Angeles based artist Rob Reynolds. A proud native Angelino, Julian currently resides in Glassell Park with his wife, director/writer Jenée LaMarque, and their two children.