Life On Planets & Taylor Bense - Glowstick

Glowstick

Glowstick

Life On Planets & Taylor Bense

Life On Planets & Taylor Bense team up to release an EP out this fall on Kitsuné Musique. The first single ‘Glowstick’ perfectly represents the vibe of their upcoming release, by blending rnb, pop and trap influences with electronic and housey grooves: bop your head and raise your glass to a blend unlike any other! When producing the single ‘Glowstick’ the duo had a lot of cruise ship imagery and boat parties in their head, which gave ‘Glowstick’ this specific sunny and groovy vibe mixing bouncing bass lines with very rousing rnb and trap-infused elements.

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Jesse Rieser

Jesse was born in the Ozarks — an 80s kid with a Midwestern upbringing in Springfield, Missouri. At Arizona State University he majored in photography and art history while attending the Herberger Institute of Art and Design. His world has been shaped by his artistic parents: a mother who is a painter and educator and a father who draws and paints; they exposed him to the colorful pop art movement of the 50s, American photo realism of the 70s; and the use of light to celebrate the subjects in the Dutch Baroque, and Renaissance periods — all major influences in his aesthetic.

For the past decade Jesse has carefully constructed a photographic world built on the foundation of celebrating the mundane and humorous elements that often go overlooked in our day-to-day American experience. His use of light and bleached color, leaves the viewer with the illusion that our existence is equally beautiful as it is fleeting. In this world you will find one-time paradisal places and memories framed by our modern anxieties about the past, present, and future — examining our rituals and the artifacts left behind. If these earlier works were more documentary in nature, his latest work Phoenix A Dystopian Lego Land blurs the lines of fact and fiction — the real dancing joyfully with the surreal and constructed.

Clients find him as a creative additive to the collaborative process not only with his technical expertise but also in the ideation phase. He feels his greatest currency is how he communicates and sees the world. Some call it empathy. Some call it charm. His mom just says he’s a nice young man.

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