All Squonk Opera CDs are now
sold through CD Baby. Just
click on the CD Baby buttons
to either buy a “real” CD,
download the full album or just
download single songs. You can also download the music from iTunes by clicking on the iTunes icon.
The Astro-rama DVD and all T-Shirts are available through our website via PayPal. Just
click on the ‘Add to Cart’ buttons.
The price for Astro-rama DVD and all T-Shirts include shipping within the continental
Shipping outside the continental U.S. will have additional costs added to your
Pneumatica – 2014
Squonk’s first purely instrumental CD is a prog-punk blast of art rock…with bagpipes!
GO – 2012
1-2-3 let’s go! GO features songs from our “musical street spectacle on wheels”, GO Roadshow.
11 new tunes that’ll make you happier than a possum eatin’ peach pits.
Squonk Arrow T-Shirt
Hit the road in style in our new t-shirts with a design that says ‘I’m with Squonk’. These 100% cotton Ts are available in men and women styles.
Mayhem and Majesty – 2010
This score to Mayhem
and Majesty ranges “from thunderous
crescendos to delicate airs”
Astro-rama – 2008
Now you can enjoy the
full Squonk experience in the comfort of
your home! The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette called Astro-rama one
of the most memorable musical moments
of 2008 -”The visuals were outstanding
and Squonk’s progressive-rock was
transcendent.” Click on Add to Cart to get your very own DVD. Click on CD Baby to download some of the music.
You Are Here – 2006
Check out the “stunning, sophisticated music” (Washington Post) from our Hometown Opera series that has celebrated towns from Baltimore to Charlotte, Pittsburgh to Busan, South Korea!
Rodeo Smackdown – 2004
“The best album they’ve done yet…” (City Paper)
“Sit back, let the rich Squonk music swirl over you and free associate on the imaginative images, which play off of pop culture and Joseph Campbell-like archetype.” (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
Squonk Opera’s Inferno – 2002
“Best Score” (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
“As an album, Inferno is successful on just about any level you’d like to look at… maddening stereo sound collections augmenting a psych-ward repetitive piano roll …accordion-led electro.” ( City Paper)
“Old as Dante, New as MTV” (American Theatre)