JASON PFAFF is an accomplished American composer and multidisciplinary artist with over 30 years experience making music. He plays piano, drums, synthesizers, and sings within his own cinematic genre ‘Multidimensional’ (blending Classical, Ambient, Pop, Electronica, Hip Hop, Blues, and Rock). He is the brother of the late musical force Kristen Pfaff (Hole, Geffen Records), and has worked with many accomplished musicians, including GRAMMY®-nominated music mastering engineer Anthony Casuccio, as well as co-produced several albums with Buffalo’s renowned hip-hop producer Jeremy Cochise Ball (Notorious B.I.G., Lana Del Ray).
Performing in and around Buffalo, New York since 1992, Jason’s performances have ranged from rock bands to classical and ambient piano, to experimental electronic-based concerts with guest musicians and video artists. Jason has also produced for local and worldwide. He also dabbles with writing, comedy, podcasting, and filmmaking.
Jason released his first fully produced album with vocals, Spaceship Blues, in December of 2018, while also evolving his multimedia business Pfaff Music. His diverse and cinematic music catalog serves independent multimedia and businesses worldwide. Some notable music placements include the HBO film A Place in the Caribbean (2017), Prisoners of the Dead (2011), and a featured artist track in Future Music Magazine (CD 2000).