Zach Munowitz is a NYC-born musician, currently attending Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. Pursuing his passion for music production and engineering, he has refined his style into one that truly sets him apart from the rest. Zach's music is a vibrant blend of relaxed, indie singer-songwriter guitar riffs, and massive-sounding dubstep and metal elements, which he calls "progressive electropop."
Munowitz's love for music began at a young age, growing up listening to artists like James Taylor and Sarah McLachlan. By the age of 11, he had already set out forming bands with his close friends, and performed at the world-famous Bitter End, as well as Crash Mansion, in New York City. It was shows like these that gave him the experience he needed to begin creating original pieces and to network with other musicians.
Since attending his dream school, Berklee College of Music, Zach has continued pursuing his passion for music, as well as in videography. He has done video work for several acclaimed Berklee acts, including the 19-piece Arthur, the Pleasure, The American Indie, and singer-songwriters Claudia Gruber and David Robinson. The first video he shot at Berklee, of an Arthur, the Pleasure rehearsal, amassed over 50,000 views on Facebook in the span of just a few months.
In March of 2018, Munowitz rebranded his artist name as MMune, derived from the notion of music instilling a special form of immunity from negativity on creative artists. His debut release as MMune, Staring Down the Falls, was released on March 19th via Lotipac Entertainment, and his latest EP, The Mere-Exposure Effect, was released this Fall.