Club Masters Electronic Press Kit

aka Joaquin Galvan; Musician , Producer, ChicanX Artist

Joaquin is a native of Salt Lake City educated at the Local University of Utah he studied Anthropology and Modern Dance. Since an early age Joaquin has always loved music. He competed in the classical piano festival in his teenage years and was a part of the jazz band at his high school. His first job was as a yard worker in his neighborhood at the age of eleven. He was hired by his neighbor too mow her lawn. From their her expanded his business to the rest of the neighborhood where he worked every summer cutting and blowing the lawn. He was involved in a cultural exchange program called AMIGOS de las Americas which is an NGO that permits American teenagers to live in Latin America for the summer in a cultural exchange. During his experience he live in the southern Azuay region of Ecuador with a family a hour outside of the city of Cuenca. When Joaquin returned from this experience he was greatly moved by what he learned decided to change in initial desire to pursue the army and instead pursue the arts. He was a member of a dance group that went by the name of Porridge for goldilocks and had a solo in a hip hop piece entitled “Warriors of Light” choreographed by the UCLA professor Jackie Lopez aka Miss Funk.

He is a member of two music collectives in Salt Lake City; the Ableton Live group and a University group that went by the name 73’ Til Infinity which are currently not active. He is an avid musician in the Salt Lake underground community and this year was added to the Hear Utah Music Catalog at the Salt Lake Public Library (HUM).He is a pilar of the Arts for a Local recovery gym, and certified as a Hip Hop Therapist. In the next year he plans to get Ableton Certified and work with teenagers in recovery. In the next four years he plans of releasing at least two albums. One consisting of Hip Hop and Native American genre. The other mainly electronic and Classic repertoire.


Joaquin Galvan


Masters of Music Candidate Southern Utah University

University of Utah Bachelor of Arts: Anthropology

  • Minors: Modern Dance
  • Fit to Recover Creative Arts Pillar
  • Hear Utah Music (HUM) artist
  • Finalist in the Hip Hop Lockdown Edition for U92.5
  • Utah Division of Arts&Museums Emergency Funds recipient
    DAWs of choice
  • Ableton Live (Primary)
  • Pro Tools
  • Garage band
    Relevant Course work : Music for Dancers
    Languages- English, Spanish, Nahuatl

    Relevant Work experience:
    Album release 2021:
  • Deeply Rooted Concert IV March 2021
  • DIY Booth 2021: American Shaman Artwork; Screen prints and Native American artwork
  • Beats Rhyme and Life Mentor 2021: Helping at risk youth write and perform hip hop
  • Spotify, Amazon Music, Soundcloud, and Apple music artist: Club Masters
  • Ableton Live Salt Lake Group member
  • Fit to Recover biweekly song writing meet up

Mestizo Coffee House 2021: featured coffee shop artist.

Bridge Over Barriers Art Mural –worked with nationally recognized artists as a “youth artist” on Utah’s largest public mosaic art project 2012.
Location: 300 North and 600 West


In a Walnut Shell – Senior Piece 2014 Pau Hana Spring 2014
Graduate Piece by Carly Schaub 2014 Gender Power 2016

Warriors of Light 11/12/16 Metro Club July 2016 Creator’s Grid 2016

Deeply Rooted III 2019 Performance

Deeply Rooted IV 2020 live performance

Pop-up Market 2021 Performing Artist

Deeply Rooted VII Spoken Word 2022

The Other Side Movers' July 4th Celebration 2022

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