Ron Gallo

Ron Gallo

I straddle the fence between two mindsets –

1. The world is completely fucked and,

2. The universe is inside you.

I have probably spent too much time being pissed off and upset with humanity; how far we’ve let ourselves go. Just another millennial guy with large hair trying in earnest to take on the weight of the world; taking passionate and hypercritical walks down city blocks, somehow totally aware and above the illusion, overflowing with informed negativity to destroy the illusion and only feeding it.

Besides a couple of years of emotional and mental turmoil, loss, confusion, breakdown and internal growth what did all of that ever get me? Well, it gave me this record called “HEAVY META” and it is the first few findings from my guerilla treasure hunt for bullshit, both outside and within. Ethos meets pathos.

There is nothing about reading this bio that will achieve its only goal - to further acquaint you with the music. I suggest you put the phone down, come to a show and make up your own mind. You work hard, or don’t work at all; but the search for purpose and meaning is real and the need to relate, release and rage is just as visceral. And though I can’t control what you think, maybe, JUST MAYBE, I can spark some emotion that might unite us in tacit understanding through the language of music – where the words “fuck yeah” say everything.

Just the existence of a biography in some way makes it seem like my life is more interesting than your life - far from the truth. I am more interested in YOU, and how we connect that to the WE; that is the reason why I put this stuff out there. These songs - whether they’re about the time I saw a mother’s cigarette ash falling onto her child’s head in a stroller, or the wars we start within ourselves or, the domestication of punks - they immortalize images and moments in this singular existence that seem to hold a more universal truth than what is taken at face value. And for all this I have nothing but gratitude for the process that lead me to create this album - the 4,929,647 album of all time.

Naked Giants

Naked Giants are a three-piece garage rock wildebeest from Seattle, WA. Grant Mullen's bluesy guitar solos, Henry LaVallee's pounding backbeats, and Gianni Aiello's juicy basslines combine to form a psychedelic whirlwind of fuzz. Their friendship ties together their various influences to curate a different take on the traditional garage rock sound. Unlike what you've heard before, their spontaneity and their stylistically diverse catalogue sets Naked Giants apart from the cut and paste garage outfit. They bring together sounds influenced by the likes of Ty Segall and the Sonics as well as Pink Floyd and even Spinal Tap with an audible energy that gets any crowd doing the twist.

The band jumped into Seattle's music scene by playing shows to hip teens in museums and to sweaty college kids in packed house shows, and have carried the same pure rock'n'roll energy regardless of the audience or venue.

Dan Luke And The Raid

Dan Luke and The Raid is a five piece psych pop band from Bowing Green, Ky consisting of Daniel Shultz, Kendrick Brent , Patrick Stewart , Dylan Graves, and Anthony Joiner. Shultz and Brent have been playing in bands together since high school, cutting their teeth playing house parties and bars that would take their fake I.D.'s. Shultz also happens to be youngest brother of Matt and Brad Shultz from the Cage the Elephant. Growing up Shultz was always weary of the inevitable comparisons between him and his brothers, however, overcoming that fear is what enabled him to find his own sound. " I think what pops out to me most about Daniel is he has such a keen musical sensibility and broad taste for such a young kid. He’s far beyond where Matt and I were at his age musically”, says Dan Luke’s oldest brother Brad. Check out the single ‘Black Cat Heavy Metal Neon Sign’ from their Debut EP ‘Be Good’ due out summer 2017.

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