Matt Borghi is a Michigan born & bred singer/songwriter, musician, designer and drinker of black coffee. Deeply inspired by Detroit and the Great Lakes, they are frequently reference points at the center of his work.

Matt’s has had a variety of projects through the years including his drone ambient recordings (Hypnos Recordings, Slobor Media, and N-Light-N) which have been featured on Echoes, Music from the Hearts of Space, NPR, BBC and CBC, his Radiohead-influenced IDM outing with his childhood mate, Michael Goldapper, KOSIK (Ghostly International, Simballrec, and Kikapu), and his contemporary improvisational soundscape work with saxophonist Michael Teager.  Matt also produces two podcasts, The Ambient Soundbath, a deep listening meditation program – www.ambientsoundbath.com and The Sound Traveler Podcast – www.soundtraveler.co – Where he talks songs, sounds and music stuff.

Matt writes about art, artistry and music mostly, but occasionally other topics tickle his fancy. Matt’s writing has been featured in Billboard, All Music Guide, BPMCulture Magazine, Artbyte, Electronic Musician, Detroit MetroTimes, and on dozens of websites.