One spectacular collection of music
Marc (Lone Human) has built his music career over the past 8 years INTERDEPENDENTLY.
When he met Karsten (Khost), he was instantly inspired by his music.
After working on several small projects, the idea of “Lone Human(s)” came into the picture, and the group was formed.
Marc Gleckman (Lone Human)
Marc is the founder and producer of Lone Human. For the past 8 years he has been studying every side of the entertainment and music industry, including power management, lighting and sound design, media production, social media planning and management, promotion, post production editing, marketing, and more.
As a senior at Seattle University, he has developed a brand image and style for his work which carries into all content he creates. He has begun a focus on social justice within all aspects of Lone Human productions, ensuring that he gives back to communities through lessons, tutorials, and support in their endeavors. Through this, he hopes to build a flourishing electronic music community within Seattle.
Karsten KohouT (Khost)
Karsten Kohout is a 20 year old college student from Redmond, Washington attending Seattle University pursuing a bachelor’s degree in humanities. In the summer of 2017 he started spinning with the Pioneer DDJ-SX2 and began a weekly radio show on 102.1 FM KXSU doing impromptu mixes of the latest in bass music. Later in the year he entered Seattle University’s battle of the bands by running a mix of his own music on the SX2. Karsten finished 2nd in Seattle University’s 2018 Battle of the Bands competition and subsequently performed at Seattle University’s music festival “Quadstock” the same year.
Currently, Karsten is spending the majority of his production time working with Marc Gleckman as a part of the “Lone Human(s)” group. Karsten and Marc are pursuing finding a sound that has a mass appeal while also adding their own unique production styles to each track.
In addition to Karsten’s pursuit of electronically based music, he also enjoys writing what has become known as lo-fi hip hop and experimenting with jazzy elements alongside creative sampling. Aside from strictly music production, Karsten wishes to expand his love of collecting vinyl to more traditional DJing on turntables and experimenting with video production.