BASSIST DISCOGRAPHY


The Official Bryan Beller Bassist Discography

Year Title Artist
2019 Scenes From The Flood Bryan Beller
2019 A Murder Of Crows The Mofuglys
2019 Godzilla: King Of The Monsters (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Bear McCreary
2019 You Know What…? The Aristocrats
2018 Reality Is My Play Thing Phi Yaan-Zek
2018 Beyond The Supernova (Video/DVD) Joe Satriani
2017 Galaktikon II: Become The Storm Brendon Small
2017 Ontology Technopath
2016 The Star You Are Prog Rock Orchestra
2016 Scambot 2 Mike Keneally
2016 Remarkably Human Nick Johnston
2016 Supernova Remix Joe Satriani
2015 Tres Caballeros The Aristocrats
2015 Shockwave Supernova Joe Satriani
2015 Secret Show: Live In Osaka The Aristocrats
2015 Culture Clash Live The Aristocrats
2015 On Jane Getter
2015 The Quest For The 100th Monkey Paperclip Scientists
2014 Reincarnation Brian Maillard
2014 Under Grand Suggestion Dane Runyon
2014 A Matter Of Perception Nili Brosh
2014 Atomic Mind Nick Johnston
2013 Wing Beat Elastic Mike Keneally
2013 The Adventures Of Dr. Mumbai Dr. Mumbai
2013 Culture Clash The Aristocrats
2013 You Must Be This Tall Mike Keneally
2013 Hemmed by Light, Shaped By Darkness Ephel Duath
2013 Metalocalypse: The Doomstar Requiem Dethklok
2012 Mastering Tone And Versatility (Instr. DVD) Bryan Beller
2012 Brendon Small’s Galaktikon Brendon Small
2012 Wing Beat Fantastic Mike Keneally
2012 Deeper With The Anima Phi-Yaan Zek
2012 Dethalbum III Dethklok
2012 Broken Jason Sadites
2012 BOING, We’ll Do It Live! The Aristocrats At Alvas Showroom The Aristocrats
2011 Microscopic Razl
2011 Wednesday Night Live (CD/DVD) Bryan Beller
2011 Nothing Clever Colin Keenan
2011 The Essential Steve Vai Steve Vai
2011 bakin’ @ the potato! Mike Keneally
2011 The Aristocrats The Aristocrats
2011 Live At The White House Kira Small & Bryan Beller
2011 Sunny Taylor [EP] Sunny Taylor
2010 NPS Maakt Jazz, Volume 7 Various Artists(Bryan Beller, others)
2010 Chains Of Sin Timesword
2010 Wicked: Music From The WesFest Community Various Artists (Bryan Beller, others)
2010 Where The Other Wild Things Are Steve Vai
2010 On Revolute Dave Weiner
2010 Spiral Vendetta Godsticks
2010 Tripple Ripple Anders Helmerson
2009 In Small Things Andra Moran
2009 H-Town Triangle Exception
2009 So Far Gone Colin Keenan
2009 Where The Wild Things Are (CD/DVD) Steve Vai
2009 Dethalbum II Dethklok
2009 Scambot 1 Mike Keneally
2008 Loss 4 Words Gary Schutt
2008 Rotonova Razl
2008 Reflections – An Act Of Glass Chris G.
2008 Prime Cuts James LaBrie
2008 Wine and Pickles Mike Keneally
2008 Nothing Clever Colin Keenan
2008 Are We Famous Yet? Mother Eff
2008 Thanks In Advance Bryan Beller
2008 To Nothing (DVD) Bryan Beller
2007 Boil That Dust Speck (Reissue – CD/DVD) Mike Keneally
2007 E2 Eros Ramazzotti
2007 Sound Theories, Vols. 1-2 Steve Vai
2007 Visual Sound Theories (DVD) Steve Vai
2007 WesFest 2 (DVD) Various Artists (Bryan Beller, others)
2007 The Marco Show (DVD) Marco Minnemann
2007 Onward And Downward Touched (Colin Keenan)
2006 Guitar Therapy Live (CD/DVD) Mike Keneally Band
2006 Here Comes Memory Tom Langford
2006 After The Storm Various Artists (Mike Keneally)
2006 Half-Pint Demigod Yogi
2006 WesFest (DVD) Various Artists (Bryan Beller, others)
2005 Elements of Persuasion James LaBrie
2005 Real Illusions: Reflections Steve Vai
2004 Dog/Dog Special Edition (CD/DVD) Mike Keneally Band
2004 XL Bass Lines: A D’addario Music Sampler Various Artists (Bryan Beller)
2003 A Fair Forgery of Pink Floyd Various Artists (Mike Keneally)
2003 The Infinite Steve Vai: An Anthology Steve Vai
2003 Salve Yogi
2003 View Bryan Beller
2003 Pup Mike Keneally Band
2002 Wooden Smoke/Wooden Smoke Asleep Mike Keneally
2002 The Elusive Light and Sound, Vol. 1 Steve Vai
2001 Any Raw Flesh? Yogi
2001 Bikini Space Surfers
2001 Mullmuzzler 2 James LaBrie
2001 Out From Under Janet Robin
2001 Karma NDV (Nick D’Virgilio)
2000 Automatic Dweezil Zappa
2000 Dancing/Dancing With Myself (CD/DVD) Mike Keneally & Beer For Dolphins
2000 The 7th Song: Enchanting Guitar Melodies Steve Vai
1999 Keep It To Yourself Mullmuzzler (James LaBrie)
1999 Six Pack: Multi-Artist Radio Sampler Various Artists (Mullmuzzler)
1999 Tribute To The Titans Various Artists (Stanley Snail)
1999 The Ultra Zone Steve Vai
1999 Theory Of Forms Neil Sadler
1998 Sluggo! Mike Keneally & Beer For Dolphins
1998 The SWR Sound Various Artists (Mike Keneally)
1998 Open The Door Janet Robin
1997 Half Alive In Hollywood Mike Keneally & Beer For Dolphins
1997 Merry Axemas: A Guitar Christmas Various Artists (Steve Vai)
1996 Music For Pets (U.S. Version) Z (Dweezil & Ahmet Zappa)
1996 Soap Scum Remover (VHS) Mike Keneally & Beer For Dolphins
1995 Boil That Dust Speck Mike Keneally
1995 Tales From Yesterday: Yes Tribute Various Artists (Stanley Snail: Kevin Gilbert, Mike Keneally, Bryan Beller, Nick D’Virgilio)
1995 Music For Pets (French Version) Z (Dweezil & Ahmet Zappa)
1994 Shampoohorn Z (Dweezil & Ahmet Zappa)

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LOUD AND LIVE IN THE DRIVEWAY: I know what you’re thinking - was that 8-cab 3000-watt rig from the new video actually on and live during the shoot? You bet your ass it was. Here’s one of the 100+ raw clips we shot to make the final product, just for some behind-the-scenes fun. And yes, this was live. ... See MoreSee Less

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FORGED IN FIRE: Last but certainly not least among the “behind the scenes heroes” of the video is Steve Brogden. He captured (both audio and video) the amazing Gene Hoglan playing through “Steiner In Ellipses” at his San Diego-based Forge Audio facility. Gene’s track is a new, separate performance of the song from the one that appears on the original album. We brought his new drums in and made a new mix for the video. That, plus Steve’s video capture, brought The Atomic Clock to life, and let a thousand animated emoji horns bloom. Thank you Steve - and thank you Gene Hoglan ''Official Page''! ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

Bryan Beller

THE REAL HERO HERE: No matter which character I was playing in the video, the unbreakable Liz Teisan shot every. single. scene. We collaborated on every aspect - the backdrop, the lighting, the shot framing, and *especially* the characters’ wardrobes and vibes. Without her invaluable input (and we’re talking down to the last detail), B. Harrison Firestone wasn’t as nerdy, Chad Douchery wasn’t as douchey, Jamie Hotlyxx wasn’t as hesher-y, and Mimi Paambidou wasn’t nearly as fabulous.

For the better part of the summer, we spent the weekends setting up each environment, testing the lighting, testing the shot, and then finally going for each clip, one take at a time. Some days were smooth, others were not. The outdoor shots were particularly intense. We were working inside a 20 minute magic-hour-lighting window for the shots of the huge bass rig in the driveway. And getting Jamie’s hike to mountaintop glory was a super high-stakes hour of shooting in intense heat just before the location closed to the public for the day. (I did eight takes of the entire outro up there!) All the while, Liz was patient, calm, encouraging, and just plain amazing.

Liz is also the lead singer and co-songwriter of Late September Dogs, the band whose new album “Learning To Fall” (high energy rock + string orchestra) I told you about a couple of posts ago. That’s because Snarkmaster General Dan Teisan (who wrote many of the comments in the video) is her brother. They’re good. Otherwise Jamie Hotlyxx wouldn’t be wearing their shirt in the video. 😉
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2 weeks ago

Bryan Beller

KYLE HUGHES PLAYS THROUGH “A QUICKENING”: You’ve got to check out this video of Newcastle UK drummer Kyle Hughes Drums laying down the blistering breakbeat for the “A Quickening” video I dropped the other day. This is him playing the whole song. In case you missed it, the original album track didn’t have live drums at all. It was just fancy beats from the Korg Kronos. Kyle took on the challenge of playing on top of that track, and brought a whole new life to the song in the process.

The talented Mr. Hughes has been doing gigs and recordings with Ron "Bumblefoot” Thal and Marco Mendoza, and once live music returns I’m sure you’ll see him out there killing it somewhere. He’s one to watch!

Also, in addition to his amazing performance, I do have to thank him for agreeing to be a “straight man” to all of the ridiculous characters in the actual video. 😉
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2 weeks ago

Bryan Beller

EDITING AT THE SPEED OF ZZ SATRIANI: There is no way the video for “A Quickening/Steiner In Ellipses” (link in comments) would feel the way it does - fast, frenetic, in your face, and with funny bits flying at you a mile a minute - if it wasn’t for the amazing job ZZ Satriani did in editing the whole thing. I first became a fan of his work when I saw how he handled the tour documentary “Beyond The Supernova” for his father Joe (instrumental rock guitarist, maybe you’ve heard of him?). It was all so surreal and beautiful in the slower shots, but in other faster moments it just felt supercharged, like you were being propelled forward into the screen.

Then I saw his 2018 web series “Act Natural: The Untold Story Of The Natural Actor”. I just couldn’t believe how funny and awesome it was - but more than that, it was moving at a completely different speed than I grew up on: hyper, dizzying, outrageous, and again, surreal. I’m going to link to it in the first comment. It is *so* worth your time.

When I came up with the concept for the new song video, I always imagined it moving pretty quickly. But I couldn’t have imagined it positively crackling with the kind of energy it does, and that’s because of ZZ Satriani’s absolutely masterful job in editing - which also included creating the vibe for the on-screen comments and flying emoji’s as well.

We shot about 120 usable clips in total, loaded them into Adobe Premiere Pro, and handed it off to ZZ. Two weeks later, he handed this back, in nearly final form. Incredible work.

Find ZZ Satriani here: zzsatriani.blog
and on Instagram: zzsatriani
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LOUD & LIVE IN THE DRIVEWAY: Was that 8-cab 3000-watt rig from the new video actually on and live during the shoot? You bet your ass it was. Here’s one of the 100+ raw clips we shot to make the final product, just for some behind-the-scenes fun. And yes, this was live.

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