Alan Imberg

   Alan Imberg is a creator of idiosyncratic instrumental music that he would describe as Experimental in that experimentation is the common element in all his compositions.
   His initial musical forays into the public were from 1985 through 1996 when he performed as lead guitarist for various popularity-deficient Hard Rock/Heavy Metal bands, playing various clubs throughout California.
   Following a spiritual epiphany of sorts, he quit band performance in the Hard Rock context in favor of focus on instrumental music with the view of the guitar in broader stylistic terms. Inspired by the likes of Brian Eno and Bill Frisell, he added the technique of looping to his repertoire to create music that created aural textures.
   1997-99, Alan would venture into the world of film, writing soundtrack music for local independent Bay Area film makers.
   In 2000, Alan made his recording debut as a solo artist with the piece "Overview of Water" on the Dark Duck Records compilation "Ambient Landscapes II". This would be followed by the CD debut, "A Collection of Thoughts" in 2001.To date, Alan has released 6 albums, several "singles", and contributed to two CD compilations.
   Alan presently resides in Florence, Kentucky.

"Ambient Music for
Mosh Pits"
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