The American electronic music duo Mirza Ramic and Max Lewis have compiled an impressive discography of nearly 30 releases in their 12 year history as Arms and Sleepers. They have collaborated with dozens of prominent artists (Tom Brosseau of Fat Cat Records, Serengeti of Anticon, Philip Jamieson of Caspian, and Victor Ferreira of Sun Glitters, among others) and worked on numerous remixes (Caspian, Helios, Ef, From Indian Lakes, Blockhead, Yppah). Their music has also been widely used in various TV, radio, and online media programming, including VICE and NPR. While Lewis lives in the US, Ramic divides his time between Europe and the US, taking Arms and Sleepers to stages across North & Central America, Europe, and Asia as a one-man show.
Find The Right Place, Arms and Sleepers’ most recent output (released April 2018 via Pelagic Records), saw the duo continuing to build on their extensive 2017 release Life Is Everywhere, oscillating between “chilled hip-hop beats, glitching electronics and ambient progressions” (The Huffington Post). With a more socially conscious presence in their recent creative output, Lewis and Ramic have continued to grow musically while trying to reflect responsibly on today’s realities.