Learn about the metamorphosis behind Alon’s music on his iconic EP PERSIAN BUTTERFLY & how it inspired the creation of the Alonomorphic Control Station.
Featuring 6 and 12-string acoustic guitars embellished with delays, filters and harmonizers, Alon releases his remastered EP Persian Butterfly on Friday July 31, 2020.
Time Will Tell, A Father’s Day Single by the Songwriter Alon, Will Be Released This Friday June 19th
Alon will release the unpublished radio edition of Time Will Tell on Friday June 19th. This song, a homage to Father’s Day, explores the challenges and fears of becoming a father.
BAG, the zany, vaudevillian rock group from the 80’s, will release their demented holiday song, Easter Day, on Friday April 10, 2020.
Easter Day by BAG is a satirical tale of a man’s sad discovery that the myth of the Easter egg is just that, a myth. Read the history of BAG’s iconic song.
From their private recording studio in Pennsylvania, 90’s band no1uno (pronounced “no one you know”) sculpted their unique sound, influenced by noise, industrial and grunge, into a sonically adventurous self-titled EP that was released in 1997 and remastered in 2020.
PRESS RELEASE: Political Satirist, Gallospole, Sizes Up the Weaponization of Chairs with the World Premiere Music Video, TARAC WIPPP
On September 19, 2019, Gallospole will premiere his long-awaited music video, TARAC WIPPP, an acronym for The American Right for Adequate Chair Width In Public & Private Places, a political allegory.
A great chat with Charles Kershenblatt on his podcast “Bringing It All Back Home” featuring artists from various disciplines. Follow my story starting with my passion for music in high school to my most recent project TARAC WIPPP by Gallospole.
PRESS RELEASE: GALLOSPOLE, A Music Peddler Of Conspiracy Theories, Announces The Release Of The Political Allegory, TARAC WIPPP
TARAC WIPPP, written and performed by GALLOSPOLE, is a musical satire about the weaponization of chairs. Learn more in our press release here.
This sound design lecture was held at Rowan University in Glassboro, NJ on April 24, 2019. The topic was maximizing dynamic range to achieve dramatic affect in film and video. Marc A. Gallo conducted the lecture. It was hosted by David DeLizza, Adjunct Professor in the Music Department at Rowan University.