Meet Toronto’s Dylan Pulver and some of his indie pop singer-songwriter star philosophy: A songwriter turned producer who has no limits, Dylan Pulver started building his home music studio in 2017. With his coming soon 1st album release “Do What You Love”, the 27 year old tour-de-force is about to take the world by storm. Orchestrating a team of musicians around the globe, Dylan has crafted a wide-ranging body of work that feels both genre-defying and familiar. A singer-songwriter since the age of 13, Dylan has spent nearly 2 decades honing his songwriting craft and musical prowess. Dylan’s fascination with understanding the inner workings of recorded music led him to develop a deep body of knowledge on all things production, engineering, and recording. Now Dylan just can’t stop. His first album under his belt and scheduled for release in Summer 2022, Dylan is charging ahead with his next body of work. If you would like to contact Dylan Pulver, please use our webform here. We will try to respond schedule permitting. Read more info on Dylan Pulver.
The term indie is similar. Indie first simply means bands that are not signed to one of the major labels and came from a variety of genres. The internet increased the awareness of many of these bands as it became easier to share music. Many bands that were once considered indie would end up signing with major labels, such as The Strokes and Modest Mouse. At the end of the day, it really doesn’t make a difference what you call these bands. Whether you consider them indie or alternative are merely semantic differences that have no clear solution. The power of the music produced by these artists extends far beyond what these mere labels describe.
Dylan Pulver is a solution-focused, technically-adept, and passionate software engineer with 7+ years of experience working in the software & financial industries. He is chiefly interested in algorithms, software development, and building technologies that the world of tomorrow will run on. Dylan is also a Master of Mathematical Finance (MMF) graduate of University of Toronto, a Hodson Scholar graduate of Johns Hopkins University, and a dual-citizen.
Dylan possesses strong abilities in managing complex projects and teams, understanding business objectives, and implementing solutions that deliver. Across his years of experience, he has had the opportunity to master skills such as: Python, Docker, Flask, Django, VS Code, Git, SQLAlchemy, Jira, Pandas, AWS, GCP, Postgres, MYSQL, AngularJS, React, Postman, Dash, Bash, and Logic Pro X.
Dylan has turbocharged his career, delivering best-in-class software solutions for multiple organizations spanning across a wide array of software stacks. He is a collaborative problem solver, able to consistently deliver results with aggressive timelines. He rigorously applies his unique creative strategy to his analysis, engineering, and testing.
It’s been enough time where we can see the era as a whole. The style, music and debauchery. It’s amazing that a new generation is discovering it, and actually embracing it. I think that in the age of such a leaning towards social and online presence people are really digging how raw it was back then and all the live party music that was rife at the time. This continued growth demonstrates that indie labels and artists are thriving in the age of music streaming, and are particularly succeeding in the vinyl revival. We’re delighted to see the indie sector going from strength to strength, contributing to the growth of the Canadian music industry as a whole.
That description, indie as an economic model of producing your own music, or producing music with an independent label, is one way to look at it. But Indie music is also sometimes used as a genre description, a way to describe a certain sound. And it’s true, some artists and bands are considered ‘indie’ and do record and produce their music within a commercial record label. Similarly, many DIY ‘indie’ bands produce music outside of the record industry but who fall into various other genres, and would not easily identify themselves with the term ‘indie’. This has led many to question whether the use of ‘indie’ as a term to describe a style of music has any real meaning. See even more details on Dylan Pulver Music.