* SF DEBUT *
"Collaboration between Preston James and Papi. Within a month of releasing music, they’ve found themselves hearing their tracks on BBC Radio 1 and playing shows alongside Com Truise, XXYYXX, Giraffage and more.
Preston James Walker is a trained keyboardist / vocalist and playback engineer. In 2011 he graduated from Chapman University’s Conservatory of Music based in California’s famed Orange County. Preston, a Southern California native, became part of the Chapman University Choir, with which he toured Italy and sang for Pope Benedict XVI in the Sistine Chapel. While at school, Preston studied music technology under the direction of professor Steve Nalepa. Through his studies he became fluid at using Ableton, Logic, Pro Tools, Garage Band and Reason. Post grad, Preston spends his time writing and performing live electronic music with his band Virtual Boy as well as running his weekly beat-cipher series, TeamSupreme. Currently he has been on tour programming and operating playback equipment for the artist Childish Gambino. He also has shared the stage with artists such as MGMT, Devo, Skrillex, Bassnectar, The Weeknd and Lupe Fiasco and he has performed at famed festivals ACL, SXSW, Moogfest, Electric Forest, Camp Bisco and Lightning in a Bottle.
Mike Parvizi is a producer and multi-instrumentalist based out of Los Angeles. He produces on the TeamSupreme mixtapes as “Papi,” and is 1/2 of Penthouse Penthouse with Preston James. Parvizi can also be seen playing on stage as Virtual Boy’s touring bassist. Fun fact: Parvizi and TeamSupreme member Jonathan Stein first met at La Honda Music Camp in 2003 – a summer music retreat for Bay Area youth. Parvizi first met Mr. Carmack at the same institution the following year – before attending SF School of the Arts High School with him in 2006. Carmack and Parvizi played french horn and upright bass (respectively) together in the Symphony Orchestra at SOTA. "
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