Glenn Schloss is a performer, producer, drummer, composer, remixer and groove facilitator. Co-founder of award-winning NYC music house, G&E Music, Glenn, alongside partner Erik Blicker composes original music and sound design for long-form features including documentaries for HBO Films. Director Toby Oppenheimer of HBO's recent film, "The Nine Lives of Marion Barry", credits G&E Music with creating the "overall mood" and "emotional center" of the piece.
Glenn has also composed short-form branding campaigns for PBS, VH1, ESPN, NBC and Nickelodeon as well as commercial for Saatchi & Saatchi, Grey, Dentsu amongst others. In 2001 Glenn co-founded FLAVORLAB, an award-winning New York City based state of the art audio post and sound design facility with clients including A&E, MTV, NBC Universal, Lexus, History Channel and Canon.
In January 2012, Glenn took his passion for creating beats and good melodies and co- conceived For Vibration with his wife Elena. For Vibration is a guided groove meditation that awakens the heart, soul, rhythm and melody without the noise of life. "Everyone has their own inner groove. We just need to feel it, explore it and open it way up. For Vibration creates a space for just that.....a place to close your eyes and ride the wave." Glenn hopes to inspire people to create space, to listen to their own groove without any distractions. Glenn lives in Nyack, New York with his wife Elena, son Trey Bonham, daughter Billie Coltrane and French Bulldog, Otis.