BAD STELLA. GOOD MUSIC
Bad Stella Owner, Composer Munk Duane
Located 20 miles south of Boston, Bad Stella Studios is owned by award winning composer, producer, sound designer and Berklee College of Music alumni Munk Duane.
Recent projects include composing for the James S. Levine (Glee, American Horror Story) library for Extreme Music, the production music arm of Sony/ATV Music, music for an innovative new products targeting sleep disorders for the Bose Corporation, a dedicated channel consisting of 10 hours of original music for the Restore device by Hatch , as well as sync work with Heavy Hitters Music, including hundreds of television and film productions, from Hulu's Pam & Tommy, The 70th Annual Tony Awards, The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, Hawaii Five-O, 60 Minutes, NCIS, Blue Bloods, The Sopranos, the Super Bowl Half-Time Show, CBS Sports, NFL, NCAA, and more. Munk has also composed to picture for trailers and indie features, including 2015 Indie Thriller "The House Across The Street" starring Eric Roberts.
As a recording artist, songwriter and producer, Munk is a 2x New England Music Award winner, with recognition in the Music Video category as a Finalist in the 2023 Los Angeles Cinematography Awards (LACA) and Semi-Finalist in the 2023 New York International Film Awards (NYIFA) for his latest single "Myths".
Munk Duane has appeared in major press including a feature in Billboard Magazine, The Hollywood Reporter and The Boston Globe. He has been a guest lecturer for the Professional Development Seminar at his alma mater Berklee College of Music.