Analog Lab began as a platform/solo project for singer-songwriter Miguel Arballo to write music with various artists throughout the years. After meeting drummer/songwriter/programmer Sean McCune through live performances with several Coachella Valley performing artists, the two discovered a shared passion to make their musical ideas come to life, and decided to collaborate full-time. Analog Lab was created out of the passion to release the music inside them and explore the creative spaces in their heads. Analog Lab incorporates alternative rock, heavy metal, and folk lyrics into their sound, and are known for their energetic live shows. For nearly a decade, Miguel has performed as a stage and commercial actor, lending to him patiently honing his voice, sound, and lyrics to express his small town upbringing and troubled life experiences through his solo acoustic performances. Sean, a Coachella Valley rapper known as AEIOU, has been featured on Krystofer Do’s single, “Blame”, and has also performed with Coachella Valley rapper and guitar virtuoso, Razor J . Both members of Analog Lab have a wide history of performing with different local Coachella Valley and Imperial Valley acts, most notably with More Than Circles and Krystofer Do. The latter took both artists with him as part of his backing band to perform on the Troubadour stage on the hit YouTube series, No Cover. It was there that they each took the lessons of the experience of meeting Tosin Abasi (Animals as Leaders), Alice Cooper, Lzzy Hale (Halestorm), Gavin Rossdale (Bush), and solo artist, Bishop Briggs, and applied it to their musical journey. Their first single, “Swallow The Sun”, written in 2009 with longtime childhood friends, Gustavo and Luis Robles, explores the lyrical theme of being watched upon by society as we struggle to make the choices to shape our lives with the weight of one’s expectations upon the mind and soul.