Kyle Pulley is a Music Producer, Arranger, Music and Audio Mixer, Recording Engineer, Sound designer and Composer based out of Philadelphia. Kyle’s work can be heard on BBC, NPR, as well as this live Panel discussion recording for Jacobin Magazine Podcast with Bernie Sanders and Larry Krasner, and this public art installation for the Asian Arts Initiative. He has done sound mixing for various local web ads and indie films. To hear more examples of music production, please visit the Main Page.
Personal Sound Archive
Obsexxed - composed by Kyle Pulley and Sam Green as heard on NPR's Invisibilia's "A Very Offensive Rom-Com"
Public Art project - "Really Good Elevator Music"
Sunday Morning Breakfast - Composed, produced by Kyle Pulley
Easier to Love - Arranged and performed by Kyle Pulley and Zoe Reynolds
A Song for Those Who Miss You All The Time - written, arranged and performed by Kyle Pulley and Chrissy Tashjian