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Swirve is composed of musician Lawrence Buck and features various artists on his records such as Danielle Deanda and Matthew Mann.  Lawrence Buck, got his start as a Film Composer on the short film, "The Law", which was written and produced by good friend, Gabriel Campisi in 1992. After that he did the Libertarian Television spots for the 1992 Presidential candidate Andre Marrou, which aired nationwide in America.
Forming Divine Art with Vinay Anne in 1993 and released the single "Deep Thrust Telescope Probe" on LIVE 105 in San Francisco, CA. Quickly following that up with "Count on Me", and "Deep Thrust" remixes. Divine Art released the debut 7 song EP on CTI Records, later that year.
Divine Art broke-up in late 1994 and Lawrence worked on various local projects and including Spencer Nilson on the Sonic the Hedgehog 2 Sega CD score. After that, he moved to Los Angeles in early 1994 and worked for Alesis, LA Riot, Voice Crystal and various film studios as a sound developer. He taught "Sound Design, Synthesis and Direct-to-Disk Recording" at UCLA,  after friend Jeff Rona offered him the opportunity. 
In 2008 he released Love and Devotion, his first solo album to limited success.  In 2013 he met Danielle Deanda and the pursuit to create pop/dance music excellence was born.
Danielle hails from Wichita, Kansas and has been making music for over 10 years.  An accomplished singer and dancer, she is poised to break out in 2015.

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