All Edge Music is the brainchild of guitarist, songwriter, producer and composer, Peter DiStefano and singer, songwriter and musician, Malea. AEM is in the business of painting music across all forms of media, including television, film, commercials, and recording songs for albums and live performances. The composing team of Peter DiStefano and Malea has a combined, unique sound that has reached millions of people across the globe.
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All Edge Music
All Edge Music is a collective of composers and performers that provides musical content for All Edge Entertainment projects and outside agencies. Among us are a variety of artists in the fields of Rock, Symphonic Classical, Opera, EDM, Hop Hop, and Jazz. Our diversity enables us to generate music for a wide spectrum of projects, including Narrative Feature Films, Documentaries, Video Games, Television Shows, and Experimental Story Telling.
Peter DiStefano is an internationally known guitarist, songwriter, producer and composer. In 1993, as a guitarist he joined Jane’s Addiction vocalist Perry Farrell, drummer Stephen Perkins, and bassist Martyn LeNoble to form the alternative-rock band, Porno for Pyros. The group released their self- titled debut album that year. It reached #3, achieved gold status and included the hit single, “Pets”.
Their second album, “Good God’s Urge”, was released in 1996. Peter’s daring and complex guitar style was an enormous part of what made the band a huge success.
In 1997, Perry and Stephen became involved with a Jane’s Addiction reunion tour, putting Porno for Pyros on hold. Meanwhile, Pete conquered drug and alcohol addictions and beat life threatening cancer. During these challenging personal times, he continued to play guitar and produce music with Rambient, Hellride, Venice Underground, and toured with Bauhaus singer Peter Murphy.
Since then Peter has released five successful solo albums and collaborated on dozens of other bands’ projects. Peter’s unique guitar playing is featured in many of composer Harry Gregson-Williams’ remarkable film scores such as “The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian”, “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion The Witch and the Wardrobe”, “Gone Baby Gone”, “DÃ-jÃ Vu”, “Shrek 3”, “Domino” and “Man on Fire”.
In 2007, Peter toured with the progressive electronic UK band, Hybrid. Peter continued to perform on the Warped Tour and Lollapalooza in 2008.
Recently, he has composed the film scores for the feature documentaries, “Giving It Up” directed by Frank Guy and “Live” directed by David Parsa. In 2008, he completed the film score and additional songs for Marc Clebanoff’s gritty thriller, “Break”, starring Frank Krueger, Sarah Thompson, James Russo, Michael Madsen and David Carradine.
In 2009 and 2010 he built a state of the art music studio in Santa Monica CA. Art Linson and John Linson are his partners in the studio.
In 2011 he joined forces with Kamal Soliman and Bill Sarver in the new and exciting project, Lance Herbstrong. They have been on tour for a year and a half and have made two groundbreaking records. Both of their singles have gone to #1 on Twitter music and Peter is enjoying the successful ride that is Lance Herbstrong.
Malea is an American singer, songwriter, and musician. Her breakthrough single came in 2014, when Give was released, climbing the Billboard Top 20 Dance Club Songs chart at number fourteen. Following Give, Malea released the chart-topping single, One Hot Mess, that put her at number one on the Billboard electronic dance chart and remained on the Billboard charts for ten straight weeks.
She graduated from the prestigious Manhattan School of Music, majoring in classical vocal performance. While studying at the Manhattan School of Music, Malea was cast in the Broadway premiere of the revival of The King and I. She performed in the ensemble and the leading role of Tuptim in the Tony Award Winning Broadway musical. Her experience led to more acting work, including commercials and television roles. Malea has recorded albums with Jim Scott and Mark Needham and toured for years opening for acts such as Kenny Loggins, Shawn Colvin, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, and Train.
She is an advocate for animal rights and has raised money and awareness for various animal charities across the country.