Eric Scott is a composer/producer, artist, writer, DJ and sound designer from Santa Monica, California. He brings 20 years of consultative experience as principal and founder of Day For Night, a creative studio for multimedia, music and design. Coming from a background in the advertising production industry where he established himself as a recordist, sound designer and audio engineer, he created Day For Night in 1991 as a boutique independent music label with an original catalogue of electronic, abstract, pop and avant-garde-jazz-classical music releases of his own. Solo recordings include 3 Mains (1991), The Performing Man (1993), Paris – A Musical Overpass (1995), Found1 - A Stone (2006), The Inner Cinema (2007) and Junction – Another Train Leaving (2007).
Eric has also worked under the names Rhythm Factory, Bluebottles, Found, Mr. No-Logo, Künstfabriken, King FM and as one half of the duo Salvador Dalek (with collaborator Peter Moraites). In 2011 alone, Eric has remixed a broad variety of artists in diverse styles, from Euro-Israeli pop chanteuse Keren Ann, John Foxx, David Lynch, Martin Solveig and musique concrète composer Luc Ferrari.