Aaron Bagley is a music producer, mixer, composer, multi-instrumentalist and vocalist. Aaron started singing at a young age when he joined the Boy Singers of Maine. It was in these early years that Aaron developed a keen ear for melodies and complex harmonies. Coming from a musical family with multiple instruments in the house, Aaron taught himself how to play guitar, bass, piano, and drums. He began writing and recording songs and founded the rock bands Ransom and A New Vision. Those bands went on to play hundreds of shows, sell thousands of albums throughout the Northeast, and share stages with some of rock’s biggest acts (Disturbed, Mudvayne, Powerman 5000, Trapt). Eventually Aaron decided to leave his home state of Maine and move to Southern California to focus on recording and producing. It was soon after moving to San Diego that Aaron met Will Faeber and John DePatie and quickly fell into the roll of bass player and recording engineer for the band Cathouse Thursday.
Since moving to California, Aaron (aka Monark) has produced records for dozens of artist out of his home studio, The Resonation Room. In 2013 his work with the band MK Ultra earned him a nomination for “Record of the Year” at the Los Angeles Music Awards. Aaron has also co-written and recorded songs that have been featured in movies and TV commercials. Other recording highlights include producing records for JayyVon, JB & The Movers, The West Woods, and Aaron Lee & the Love Vigilantes.