Chromatics Biography: Age, Net Worth, Founder, Real Names, Members, Instagram, Wiki, Twitter

January 22, 2024 0 Posted By Gift Nworie

Chromatics, an electronic music band from the bustling city of Portland, Oregon, formed in 2001.

They have successfully released six fantastic studio albums and several EPPs and singles throughout their career.

 What distinguishes their music is their superb use of synthesizers, electric beats, and ethereal voices that have been described as “dreamy” and “haunting.”


AUSTIN, TX – NOVEMBER 9: Ruth Radelet (R) of the Chromatics performs as part of the Fun Fun Fun Festival at Auditorium Shores on November 9, 2013 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images)
  • Full Name: Chromatics
  • Stage Name: Chromatics
  • Age: Johnny Jewel (49), Michelle DaRosa (42), Nat Walker (unknown), Adam Miller (unknown), Hannah Blilie (42).
  • Birthplace:  Portland, Oregon, US
  • Nationality: United States
  • Occupation: electronic music band
  • Members: Johnny Jewel, Michelle DaRosa, Nat Walker, Adam Miller, Hannah Blilie
  • Founded: 2001
  • Net Worth: $10 million 

Early Life

Adam Miller released his first 7-inch record titled “Beach of Infants/Steps” as a solo project, with Handheld Heart as the publisher. This debut was recorded in Seattle, Washington, using a Tascam 4-track recording system. 

Chromatics had expanded to include four members at the time of the release, with Miller being the only constant throughout their history.

Miller was also a member of The Vogue, a Seattle-based band that gained media attention. The Vogue were barely out of high school when they released art punk that was compared to The Fall. This band featured Johnny Whitney of The Blood Brothers on vocals and Hannah Blilie of The Gossip on drums.

With the departure of The Vogue’s keyboardist, the remaining members created Soiled Doves, releasing one 7-inch and one album. Although Adam Miller started Chromatics as a solo band, he immediately enlisted most of The Soiled Doves’ roster.

 Adam Miller took over as the singer. Devin Welch was a guitarist. Michelle Nolan, a newcomer, performed on bass guitar. Blilie was a drummer. All members except Miller quit joining Shoplifting after their debut album Chrome Rats vs. Basement Rutz was released on Gold Standard Labs in 2003.


In 2005, the band changed its musical style, adopting a more electronic sound. This musical transition was greatly influenced by the artistic achievements of Italian disco and synth-pop performers from the 1980s, who left an indelible mark on their creative approach.

 Furthermore, the band drew inspiration from modern electronic musicians such as The Knife and Boards of Canada, who helped shape their fresh sonic identity.

The Chromatics have also been featured in several films and television shows, including Drive (2011), The Bling Ring (2013), and Twin Peaks: The Return (2017).

Chromatics’s career was brief but significant. They contributed to the revival of interest in electronic music in the 2000s, and their sound has influenced several other bands. They will be remembered as one of their day’s most influential electronic music groups.

Social Media

  • Instagram: @chromaticsmusic
  • Twitter: @chromatics
  • Facebook: @chromaticsmusic
  • YouTube: ChromaticsVEVO
  • Spotify: Chromatics
  • Soundcloud: Chromatics

Personal Life

Chromatics members have all expressed a love of music and a desire to produce beautiful and challenging art. They’ve also discussed how important collaboration and teamwork are in music-making.


Studio albums:

  • Chrome Rats vs. Basement Rutz 
  • Plaster Hounds 
  • Night Drive 
  • Kill for Love 
  • Cherry 
  • Closer to Grey 

Extended plays:

  • Cavecare 
  • Nite 
  • In the City 
  • Lady 
  • Cherry 
  • Just Like You 
  • Camera 
  • Faded Now 


  • Beach of Infants 
  • Arms Slither Away 
  • Ice Hatchets 
  • Healer 
  • Tick of the Clock 
  • Girls wanna to Have Fun 
  • Shadow 
  • Closer to Grey 
  • Faded Now 

Net Worth

Chromatics, an American electronic band, is expected to have a net worth of $10 million . Since 1995, the band has released six studio albums, all of which have received critical praise.

 Chromatics’s gloomy, atmospheric sound has impacted many contemporary electronic acts.

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