Composer | Music Producer | Vocalist
Dhruv Goel is a Los Angeles based composer, music producer and vocalist. Born in Lucknow (India), Dhruv grew up in New Delhi studying Indian Classical music under Pandit Nirmalaya Dey. He then went on to study and graduate in Music Production (and Video Game Scoring) from Berklee College of Music in Boston, USA.
Dhruv has composed music for films such as Thank You, Come Again (dir. Nirav Bhakta), video games such as Folklore Hunter (developed by Liquid Donkey Games) and documentaries such as Into The Mountains of Light (dir. Heinrich Eugen). His music has also featured on TV shows such as Haunted (Netflix), Little Women: Atlanta (Lifetime) and Guy’s Grocery Games (Food Network).
Dhruv has written over 50 songs for Facebook's Sound Collection which are used on videos created for Facebook platforms such as: Facebook Video, Facebook Watch, Instagram Video and Instagram TV. Videos featuring these compositions have accumulated over 100 millions views- including being used by Jennifer Lopez for her Mother's Day video on Instagram.
He has worked at Hans Zimmer’s Remote Control Productions as a vocalist and additional composer on movies such as Todo Mal (dir. Issa Lopez) and Sky Hunter (dir. Li Chen). He has also worked as a music copyist on movies such as X:Men Apocalypse (dir. Bryan Singer), La La Land (dir. Damien Chazelle) and Star Wars: The Last Jedi (dir. Rian Johnson).
Dhruv released his first artist sample pack with Splice Sounds in 2018 called The Lab: Indian Rhythms. The follow up sample pack that contains experimental junkyard sounds and rhythms is expected to release in November 2020.