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From a young age, Quinton has enjoyed writing music and playing percussion. In Middle School, Quinton began learning to play the drums in spare time after classes, and it was about that time that he started writing down his thoughts in lyrical form. He began performing at his uncle’s church in Orlando, Florida at a young age, but his writing style and lyrical content has evolved over the years as he has continued to grow and develop. Phil Collins was certainly an inspiration early on; Quinton has always enjoyed singing while playing at the drums. Projector is the first band that he’s been a member of, and being in this collaboration has changed his life for good. Quinton’s lyrical rhythm has flowed through Projector’s vibrant riffs and hard defined beats since Projector’s conception in May of 2007. Finding his passion, he decided to pursue a degree in Audio Engineering at The Art Institute of Atlanta. Since pursuing an audio engineering career, he and Raza have begun acquiring the equipment it would take to see this dream fulfilled and are creating a second recording space for the band in Atlanta. He has been working hard at writing, producing, and booking shows. Knowing that we are all connected in this world, he’s building a team that will succeed and have fun doing it.

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As a musician, Stephen began playing drums. He played drums in Didley Squat in Middle school with friend, Brandon. Stephen’s transition to guitar was through time and exposure around Brandon and other guitar players. Stephen played in several bands finishing out Middle school and into High School. In 2000, Stephen began playing rhythm guitar for Self Denial. They played many shows around Atlanta and Conyers including such venues as the Masquerade and the Cotton Club. The band broke up after a year and a half, and Stephen found himself playing in the hardcore band, Idreamt... with previous bandmates Matt Tanner (guitars / Fight Paris, Stonerider) and Shane Wilson (drums). Stephen played with Idreamt for about two years, recorded a 6-track EP, and played venues around Gwinnett and Dekalb counties. From ‘03 to ‘06, Stephen played in a few bands including Dear Brother and Burning Sherman; he was able to record a studio EP with Burning Sherman in 2006. Early 2007, Stephen met Raza Gill and they found that they had similar acoustic styles. Stephen also met new co-workers, Joseph and Quinton; he found out Raza, Joseph, and Quinton were soon-to-be roommates. After a few months, Stephen made it over to the Pine Ridge house to hang out, and within an hour, the four of them had created their first track together, Sporadic Visions. From there, they haven’t stopped cultivating a smooth, acoustic wave of emotion that wants nothing more than to kick you in your teeth.

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Raza began playing a Squire Strat in middle school and began writing his own music shortly after. In 2002, Raza’s family moved back to their motha’land, Pakistan, and Raza completed his education in Lahore. During this time, Raza focused his musical mind on new styles of the Middle East and would explore the different avenues of chord structure and progression by listening to many styles of music. A year after graduating, he returned to Conyers, Ga, where he began college for a year. He has postponed his studies for now and has been pursuing his passion outside of the classroom. Raza has always enjoyed playing music with friends and around drum circles over the years, but connection between Stephen and Raza as guitarists has been extraordinarily close for years now. Raza has maintained his own groove and is developing his own style. He is investing time growing into this dream; a love for making music that Quinton’s lyrics, Joseph’s percussion and Stephen’s moving solos & screams have brought to a complete realization. Raza has now moved to Las Vegas, where he continues to break the mold as a studio musician and engineer. He’s now working on recording techniques and building studio equipment up since the close of his last studio.

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Joe picked up sticks when he was nine and got his real drum set at 10. He self taught himself while listening to music and watched instructional videos. Joseph quickly developed a natural ability to play be ear, and in high school, he started drum line. While on drumline, he learned to read and notate music, and he learned new techniques to improve his skills dramatically. This experience also exposed him to playing multiple genres of music such as jazz, funk, classical, rock, and so on. He drew a lot of influence from bands such as Deftones, Incubus, Every Time I Die, 311, Rush, The Used, Thursday, Spin Doctors, and countless others. He said that music is what he lived for and hoped to one day make a living making music. Joseph had been in several bands including We Are The Avenue, Monetta, and several side projects over the last eight years that never seemed to take him where he needed to be. However, with these bands, he had the opportunity to grow as a performer and had also worked on a demo project. He remained faithful to his dreams, and saw that Projector has all the potential to make it all the way. He was an accomplished DJ in the Atlanta area and brought many smiles to many faces through his love for life and music. It came as a huge shock to everyone, hearing that Joseph passed away on June 4th, 2014 - a day before his 28th birthday. It was crippling news, and none of the people that knew him have been the same since. He was an amazing father, son, and friend. Projector has begun rereleasing their music and dedicated it to the memory of there long lost brother. Project Overcome was begun in his memory as well, giving support and spreading awareness of addiction and the affect that it has on most people’s lives. Whether its first hand or through someone you know, this issue hits home. Please check out the website, www.projectovercome.org to get involved with this movement and enjoy the biggest part of Joe that we can share - his musicianship and talent. #projectorforever #mydrummerlivesinthesky

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