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The Clamor Kicks Off Much-Awaited LP Drop With a Double Single Release

The Clamor, the latest punk project of MoMa’s Audio/Visual Director Aaron Louis, is all set to release its debut album in March. To kick off the album’s release, The Clamor is releasing double singles “Cardiac Soundtrack” and “Turing Toy” on February 3rd. The album is a collaboration between Aaron, Omer Leibovitz of MoMa, and Grammy Award-winning engineer Alan Douches.

Aaron Louis has an extensive background in music production, with credits in film, theater, and regional and national bands. He is a former member of the punk outfit Dandelion Wine and is now looking to return to his musical roots with The Clamor. The album is not just a reflection of Aaron’s musical past but a snapshot of his current thoughts and what is important to him. Aaron wrote and composed all the music on the album, which was produced by Omer Leibovitz, who assembled a group of talented Brooklyn musicians to bring Aaron’s song demos to life. The album was recorded at Studio G in Brooklyn, NYC, by Jeff Berner and was mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Music.

The Clamor features Aaron Louis on vocals, guitar, and synths, Omer Leibovitz on guitar, bass, keys, and percussion, Layton Weedeman on drums and percussion, Will Raines on organ, synths, piano, and guitar, Gary Atturio on bass, and Kirk Schoenherr on guitar. The album also features guest musician, Teddy Mulet, on trumpets and trombone. The album artwork was done by one of Aaron’s favorite illustrators, Roxanna Bikadorrof. Aaron felt he couldn’t be in better hands with this team on board.

Aaron is not just a talented musician but is also an accomplished producer, director, and author. He is currently the Director of Audio Visual at The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), on the Board of Directors at 3-Legged Dog Media + Theater Group, on the advisory board of Ideas Beyond Borders, and on the advisory board of This is 42. He has produced numerous documentaries and was also a co-producer for several panel debates. His current producer credits include the new documentary Islam and the Future of Tolerance featuring Sam Harris and Maajid Nawaz. Past producer credits include a co-production with BAM and WNYC for RadioLoveFest entitled Islamophobia: A Conversation. Aaron’s past producer credits include co-productions with BAM and WNYC for RadioLoveFest, and he was also the Producing Director at 3LD Art & Technology Center.

The Clamor is a band to keep an eye on in the coming months, and if the teasers are anything to go by, the album is set to be a sonic explosion of punk rock, theatrical sounds, and personal reflections. With Aaron’s extensive background in music production and his collaboration with talented musicians and Grammy-winning engineers, The Clamor’s debut album is sure to be a hit. The double single release of “Cardiac Soundtrack” and “Turing Toy” is just the beginning, and fans can look forward to the full album in March. Be sure to catch the premiere of their new singles on February 3rd, and keep an ear out for their highly-anticipated debut album coming soon. Get ready to rock!