Indo-American music supervisor Manish Raval is best known for the award winning American comedy series, ‘Girls’. Although he has placed music for various other television series like ‘New Girl’ and ‘Community’, it was only after the HBO series premiered, that Raval gained mainstream recognition. ‘Girls’ features music from many indie acts such as Santigold, Grouplove, Icona Pop, Fleet Foxes as well as some mainstream acts such as Lily Allen, Beck and others. Raval and fellow ‘Girls’ music supervisor Tom Wolfe, established their own music supervision and music editing agency called Aperture Music in 1998 in California. They were presented with the Music Supervisor of the Year Award in 2012 for their work in ‘Girls’ by the American Guild of Music Supervisors. Since then, Aperture Music has carved a niche for itself as one of the top music supervision teams in film and television. Raval latest project was placing music for the FOX comedy series ‘The Grinder’.