Eric Hoegemeyer is a composer and producer/mixer originally from Detroit, now residing between New York City and Bogotá. He releases music under the names Secret Agent, Stardust Multiplier, Deep See Sound System, Giant Brain, and Tree Laboratory.
Exploring the territories of experimental, classical, electronic and all forms of rock, he has collaborated on projects with a range of artists including Patti Smith, Tom Verlaine, Kevin Saunderson, Hundred Waters, H09909, Jacuzzi Boys, and Dennis Coffey.
In 2013 he co-scored 14 short films for filmmaker Steven Sebring’s “Revolution” installation at the 69th Division Armory. In 2014 he directed and co-scored a short film collaboration with Patti Smith entitled “The Good Gray Poet” on installation with MOMA PS-1. His 2016 album “Secret Agent Volume 1” was released on cassette by Brooklyn-based label Personal Affair. In 2017 he remixed Sun Ra’s Heliocentric Worlds as a part of a compilation also on released on Personal Affair. His original compositions have been performed at Carnegie Hall, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Rubin Museum of Art, MOMA PS-1 Rockaway and The Detroit Science Center.
Recently he has scored a number of experimental films with performance artist Carol Montealegre for their Somnambulist Films series as well as composed ad campaigns for several well-known corporate entities and mixed records for artists including Mihali feat. Matisyahu, The Wiremen, Isolation Society, HAL, Voluspa, Latroit, and Jessica Hernandez.
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