dolltr!ck is the artistic project of Singapore-born artist and music technologist Claire Marie Lim, currently based in the United States. Painting soundscapes and building beats with synths, drum machines, and dream-like vocals, her works aim to engage emotions and highlight ideas related to the human condition. Under this project, she has DJ-ed, performed as a solo live electronic act, and created original pieces that fuse electronica, hip hop, future bass, and dance music.
Amanda is an up and coming soul singer, recently seen on Season 13 of America's Got Talent. She was able to capture Mel B's heart and the Golden Buzzer by singing a rendition of Aretha Franklin's "Natural Woman" with what Howie Mandel refereed to as a "supernatural talent". No stranger to capturing audiences, the young vocalist won the national Spanish-language singing competition called La Voz Kids in 2014 at age of 11. Her talent has brought her to perform on such stages as the Dolby Theatre and on Broadway where she performed " I Feel The Earth Move" in the Carole King musical Beautiful. Amanda is set to release her debut album by early 2019
Devon Guinn is a Michigan-born performer and digital storyteller. While completing a degree in film and animation from Harvard, Devon was awarded an Artistic Development Fellowship to spend a summer profiling The Beatbox House, a collective comprising many of the world’s best beatboxers. Since then, he's been obsessed with the art form, competing in national competitions, hosting workshops, and writing about beatboxing. His beatbox research has been featured in the Linguistics Society of America's 2018 Annual Meeting and the Old World Phonology Conference, and he has appeared on various programs including Gimlet's Heavyweight podcast and WNYC Studio's Science Friday. When he isn't beatboxing, he creates interactive stories.