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Los Angeles, CA– What do Aerosmith, the Beatles and Robert Anthony Navarro, a.k.a. Galileo Seven, have in common? Much like the legendary rock bands’ signature video games, players get the opportunity to mimic Navarro’s music in the rhythmic video game Zombeat. Composer Robert Anthony Navarro delivers an original instrumental arena rock sound to the first zombie music video game to hit the iPhone; Zombeat is the latest beat matching game created by 3G Studios, Inc. Players battle countless zombie attackers by beat matching the music on their way through the undead hordes. Zombeat is available for purchase on iTunes App Store.
Navarro brings his diverse musical talents to film and video games. The composer is a much sought after music collaborator by leading film and game composers including Inon Zur, Takeshi Furukawa, Sascha Dikiciyan, and Chris Velasco with whom he recently scored the official trailer for Monday Night Combat. His guitar-infused original music can also be heard in the action film Fast and Furious.
Born in New York City to a Latin entertainer and a Playboy bunny, and the godson of Latin percussion legend Tito Puente, Navarro was destined for a career in the entertainment industry. As a child, he picked up his first guitar and found his calling. Navarro studied guitar with legendary axe-slingers including: Kirk Hellie (guitarist for Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols), Bruce Bouillet of Racer-X, Ron Borczon and Eric Jones. He furthered his studies with classical, music production and music theory classes at Cal State Northridge. Simultaneously, he fronted and played bass for the Pop/Punk group Trip, which toured nationally for their highly-acclaimed release, Naked—featured on MTV.
Prior to founding Ra Audio, Inc., Robert Anthony Navarro supervised projects for film, television, and video games as music director of Associated Production Music (APM Music), where he produced, co-wrote and developed over 1500 individual musical tracks. Currently, Navarro resides in Los Angeles, devoting his time to creating contemporary music for motion pictures, television, video games and commercials.