Nathan Lanier is an American film, game composer and musician. He is a known for his music in film, television, and video games, recently finished scoring Mattel’s live-action feature film Max Steel which is based on the popular DisneyXD animated series and toy line. He is currently scoring Universal’s Jem & The Holograms, directed by Jon M. Chu, which will hit theaters worldwide October 2015. Well-known for his unique cinematic dance music and themes, Lanier’s music has been featured on Emmy-Nominated dance performances on So You Think You Can Dance, Dancing With The Stars, Live To Dance, Conan, Ellen, and is among the top chosen music for choreographers and dancers alike for competitions and performances worldwide. Performances include the Glee Live Tour, So You Think You Can Dance Live Tour, ISU Wold Figure Skating Championships and the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics. Lanier’s signature hybrid style of cinematic score and urban dance can be heard in his scores for Jon M. Chu’s The LXD (Legion of Extraordinary Dancers) series and Justin Bieber’s Believe. Lanier also music directed a performance of his original music written for Chu’s LXD talk/performance at TED.