Based out of San Francisco, Gannon is a technologist, writer, musician, composer and producer.
At the age of 18, Gannon was the drummer, co-writer and co-producer of Mordred (1988-1994) - an influential San Francisco-based rock band. Mordred's 1991 sold out performance at the legendary Marquee Club in London can be seen on YouTube.
Gannon has performed and recorded with artists including Greg Allman, John Zorn, Larry Ochs, Tommy Guerrero, Tony Guererro, members of Mr. Bungle, and thrash metal pioneers Exodus, among others
Gannon became involved in technology as a kid, teaching himself to program computers at a young age (Commodore 64). When Mordred disbanded in 1994 he left music to focus entirely on internet technology, which was just coming into the mainstream.
Gannon continues to lead a prominent career in technology, and began making music again in the early 2000s, composing and recording instrumental "electronic music" armed with a collection of hardware synthesizers.
In 2018 he began recording new music, an instrumental hybrid of electronic and analogue music, rooted in downtempo, hip-hop inspired grooves. His music can be found on Spotify, Apple Music, and most other streaming platforms. He is currently scoring his first feature film and pursuing other opportunities in film and TV.
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