Rostam may be the single moniker of multi-instrumentalist/maker Rostam Batmanglij, who also initial earned acclaim for his use Vampire Weekend and pursued a versatile profession that blended indie, pop, and dance fluently in his collaborations and single work. The child of Iranian immigrants and sibling of filmmaker Zal Batmanglij, Rostam started making digital music at age group 14. He became a member of Vampire Weekend in 2006 while majoring in music at Columbia College or university, playing keyboards, percussion, and electric guitar; later, he created the band’s 2008 self-titled debut and 2010’s Contra, and co-produced 2013’s Contemporary Vampires of the town with Ariel Rechtshaid. As the band’s eclectic indie rock and roll earned enthusiasts and acclaim, Batmanglij branched out: Breakthrough, a synth pop task with Ra Ra Riot’s Wes Mls that also highlighted Dirty Projectors’ Angel Deradoorian, made an appearance in ’09 2009, and he released his first single tracks, “Timber” and “DON’T ALLOW It Reach You,” in 2011. Over time, he became an in-demand manufacturer for performers as different as previous Walkmen vocalist Hamilton Leithauser, Charli XCX, Santigold, and Carly Rae Jepsen. Soon after announcing his departure from Vampire Weekend in early 2016, Batmanglij released the tracks “EOS” and “Gravity Don’t Draw Me” as Rostam. That 12 months, Batmanglij caused Personal computer Music’s A.G. Make and released I HAD FORMED a Desire That You Had been Mine, another cooperation with Leithauser.