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Everett Saunders

Harlem, NY         

Everett Saunders is the founder and creative director of Flux Innovations, a digital media services company.  Their recent clients include PBS, Sony Music, and Columbia Records.  Saunders is a producer, composer, songwriter, and performer. He has specific knowledge and practice in audio post-production and multi track board operation. His work spans across genres with original compositions for numerous independent films and New York’s dance community, having premiered work at two notable dance venues- Dance Theatre Workshop (EGO 2010), and Dance New Amsterdam (Moments In Prayer 2008) and Raw Material (To Co-Exist 2009/2011).  Everett has also mixed, mastered, and arranged for the internationally acclaimed dance company Urban Bush Women (Cool Baby Cool 2009).  Saunders is also a talented and highly sought after web designer, with extensive offerings through his company Flux Innovations.

         Everett’s songwriting and performing career is also notable. His earlier work can be seen as cofounder of the Philadelphia based collective Dot.|Mental, creators of The P-Robe Syndrome – a musical tribute to renowned musician, athlete, and actor Paul Robeson. As a performer he’s shared the stage with legendary lyricists The Last Poets and recording artist Res. Saunders has recently produced, written, and composed The Ugly, featuring collaborations with vocalists Kirk Tyler and musician Ashley Phillips on tracks Inside You, Post-Boat, and Beautiful.  This album has been performed at various festivals and venues across the country including Long Beach Music Festival and the Alexandria Hotel in Los Angeles, CA.

         Everett is an avid vinyl collector and musicologist. His love of sound has inspired a diverse palette of favorites ranging from Pharoah Monch to composers Hans Zimmer and Ennio Morricone.



The was first main stage collaboration with choreographer Marjani Forte. To build this piece I focused on my own personal journey towards adulthood and the evolution of my spirituality. This work was later featured on the Ngozi Flux Album -The Ugly. It is a crowd favorite!

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