Andy Bianculli - Guitar, Vocals

Ben Burdick - Bass, Vocals

Nathaniel Klugman - Keys

Keith Lough - Drums

Derek Phelps -Trumpet

Wayne Myers - Trombone


The project of Austin, Texas songwriter Andy Bianculli, Star Parks mixes '60s psychedelia and girl group pop with painstaking arrangements in the lineage of Lee Hazelwood, Jon Brion and Brian Wilson.  The result is a set of bittersweet tracks full of melancholy and exuberance that is Don't Dwell, their debut album available on Paper Trail Records. 

"Refined, meticulous arrangements drift effortlessly along, expanding and contracting as instruments and harmonies float in and out of this cycle of pop gems." – Austin Monthly

Star Parks' debut album, released in 2016, has caught recognition by Paste Magazine, Daytrotter, The Austin Chronicle, KUTX 98.9, Do512, Austin Monthly, Austin Culture Man and Bandcamp.

"Erudite chamber pop that hearkens back to the elegant and experimental production of the 1960s, swinging from melancholia to playfulness" – Bandcamp

Star Parks frequents local favorite venues such as: 3Ten, The Mohawk, Stubb's, Cheer Up Charlie's, The Scoot Inn, Stay Gold, ABGB, Hotel Vegas and has toured internationally. 




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Evocative of a past era but casting a new spell each time you play it.
— Under the Radar Magazine
This often-brilliant record feels like the summer’s ultimate calling-card
— Gold Flake Paint

"So why would an American artist sign with an Irish label? In the modern era of the Internet taking over the world, this long-distance/ trans-Atlantic relationship is a lot easier than it seems." Read Full Article by IrishCentral HERE.

Star Park’s ‘Don’t Dwell’ is a gloriously hazy – undeniably 70’s – endearingly bittersweet masterpiece. It is romantic in the truest sense of the word. Its nine tracks all hum heavily with a sort of ethereal fuzz, and each boast their own wonderful rustic charm. I am absolutely attached. I needed this in my life. Thank you Apollo, God of music and truth.
— Bitter Sweet Symphonies