- Wildcat Feat. Ratatat
Dedicated to the diligent and the animated, D'Cipher would be placed under the genre that speaks out to the exuberant. From the backpackers in Europe, to the hip hop heads in the states, D'Cipher appeals to partiers and rockers who love life. Born in LA to musician parents, Cipher was exposed to an ecclectic array of music at an early age. At the age of 13, this protege began DJ'ing with his father until he passed away in 2003. Always feeling a natural calling to music, he began to explore music on a deeper level. While writing and producing in highschool, he quickly found his lyrical niche. Paying particular attention to detail, in combo with an unbreakable work ethic, D'Cipher graduated from the Los Angeles Recording school in 2011. Finding inspiration in every genre he explored, he layered this on top of his writing and producing skills, essentially creating music anybody could relate too. Marking his travels internationally as a keystone to making his music, D'Cipher spanned the globe absorbing variations of sound in such countries as Ireland, Spain , and Morroco, to name a few. His catalog of music reflects these sounds that have helped shape his music today. Ultimately recognizing that music appeals to everybody, regardless of race, creed, or gender, D'Cipher identified the potential that music has to change the world. With this awakened hunger, Ciph went back into the lab to feed his lyrical appetite. In 2011, D'Cipher hit the ground running by releasing his debut video, "Wildcat," and recieved positive feedback from his fans. In June 2012, he released the " Art of Seven," an EveryBodyWins production, a collaborative project with producer, Christian Shorter. Ci ph also has tracks on earlier projects with Space Bars "The Space Bars EP" and "The Cliffside Vol. 1"," In an effort to continually perfect his craft, D'Cipher has made it a habit to evolve with music rather than getting boxed into a specifc sound or style. From the brilliant mind of philosopher Aristotle, D'Cipher lives by the simple words of " We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit."