Roman Molino Dunn (a.k.a. Electropoint) is an American Billboard and iTunes charting music producer and film composer who has produced music for indie and Grammy-winning artists alike as well as composing for film, television, and commercials at Mirrortone Studios in Manhattan.
As a producer, Electropoint’s single “Bounce”, feat. Norwegian Grammy winners Da Youngfellaz, was used in the hit show Bad Girls Club on Oxygen and was released by major record company Empire. Electropoint’s Remix for pop star Adam Barta and TV personality Dr. Miami reached #9 on the iTunes Dance Charts on the day of release and reached #23 on the Billboard Dance Charts. His track “Free To Be” by Tan Mom and Adam Barta received an exclusive release by Howard Stern and the video was the first music video to ever be released through Sirius XM. Electropoint’s single “Work On You” featuring Sony Asia artist Richard Jansen received significant terrestrial radio play in Asia and Europe. He has produced songs and recorded for celebrities from Ru Paul’s Drag Race including Phi Phi O’Hara, Latrice Royale, Kasha Davis, Bob The Drag Queen, Pandora Boxx, Alexis Live, and Mimi Imfurst as well as artists on VH1’s Love & Hip Hop. Most recently his song “No Day Like Today feat. Electropoint” for Adam Barta and Lovari has reached #26 on the Billboard Dance Club Charts. Electropoint has written music for commercial recording artists that have been placed on major networks including, Bravo, BET, MTV, and VH1.
As a music composer, Roman Molino Dunn composed and produced music for major advertising agencies and corporations, for television commercials, award-winning feature films, short films, radio, award-winning web-series, and internet campaigns. Brands who have used his music include Maserati, Michael Kors, DKNY, Donna Karan, Aerin, Tom Ford, Clinique, NBC, Globe and Mail, Sumita, Vidanta, Uceris, and many more.
As a music technologist, he is on the Creative Advisory Board to Antares (maker of Auto-Tune) and also owns music software company The Music Transcriber.
“Giving us Gaga vibes with the Electropoint-produced track…” – Billboard.com