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Birth name  Andrew Rohrmann
Website  scntfc.com
Years active  2000's-present
Record labels  Bandcamp, Mush Records
Also known as  Scientific American, scntfc
Occupation(s)  Composer Sound designer
Associated acts  Hush Harbor Plastiq Phantom
Origin  Seattle, Washington, United States
Albums  Oxenfree, Strong for the Future, Simulated D.I.Y.
Genres  Electronic dance music, Hip hop music, Rock music
Similar  Daedelus, Her Space Holiday, Devendra Banhart, Head Like a Kite, Bibio

Andrew Rohrmann (previously known as Scientific American, now shortened to scntfc), is an American composer and sound designer. His solo productions, which incorporate elements of electronic dance music, hip-hop, and rock, have been used by The Seattle Art Museum, the Sound Unseen Film Festival in Minneapolis and for well-known television ads promoting Hewlett Packard and Discover.



After establishing himself as a member of Seattle's indie rock scene with his band Hush Harbor, scntfc became interested in the idea of using the computer as his primary instrument.

In 2001 Rohrmann formed a production company along with Plastiq Phantom named Polar Empire. They have done commercial compositions for clients such as Nike, MTV, Volkswagen, and AMC. He has completed critically praised remixes for a number of indie favorites including Modest Mouse, 764-Hero, and Red Stars Theory. He has also composed and produced the sound for the 2016 game Oxenfree.


Beacon BeachOxenfree · 2016
Epiphany FieldsOxenfree · 2016
The Beach - 7AMOxenfree · 2016


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