Laurel Halo (b. 1985, Detroit) is a composer, producer, musician, DJ and record label owner. Drawing from a range of musical traditions, her output is diverse yet singular, with releases traversing ambient, leftfield club, experimental pop and film score. Since 2012 she has released a number of albums ranging in genre, complexity and scope, including Quarantine (2012, Hyperdub), In Situ (2015, Honest Jon's), Raw Silk Uncut Wood (2018, Latency), and Possessed: OST (2020, Vinyl Factory). She has performed in venues, festivals, clubs and institutions across the world, including the Southbank Centre, Sydney Opera House, The Kitchen, Kölner Philharmonie, CTM/Transmediale, Sónar, and Montreux Jazz Festival, among others. She has collaborated with musicians, artists and designers including Moritz von Oswald, Metahaven, Kevin Beasley, Julia Holter, Eli Keszler, Leila Bordreuil, Hanne Lippard, Eckhaus Latta, Martine Syms, John Cale, and the London Contemporary Orchestra. In September 2023 she released her latest album, Atlas, as the debut on her record label, Awe. The album, described as "roadtrip music for the subconscious", is a series of sensual ambient jazz collages, and features instrumentalists such as Bendik Giske, Lucy Railton and Coby Sey. She lives and works in Los Angeles, California.