Justin's first major studio production, recorded at Peter Gabriel's Real World Studio in Bath, England. The instrumental Fingerstyle acoustic guitar album is rooted in Justin's unique playing style.
Self-recorded at Justin's Oregon Studio, Blackberry Hill, I-XII is the product of a collaboration between Justin, percussionist James West, world-renown bassist Michael Manring and Dutch electric Fingerstyle guitar master Carlos Vamos.
Justin King & The Apologies
After signing to Epic Records (Sony) in the early 2000's Justin King & The Apologies recorded their self-titled album with the help of luminaries Rob Schnapf, Ron Aniello and Jim Scott.
Humilitas occidit superbiam
Justin self-recorded and produced this solo album at his studio in Oregon. It would be the last full length record he produced before stepping away from music temporarily to pursue opportunities as a photojournalist in Iraq and elsewhere.
King Radio (named for Justin's late grandfather's radio communications company) marked his return to music. The album was recorded and mixed in Los Angeles with Jim Scott as well as at Justin's Brooklyn, NY studio, Vinegar Hill Sound and features a cast of incredible musicians with appearances by Jon Graboff, Sarah Watkins and others.
King Radio - ADELINE (ep)
King Radio came together once again to create a four song EP at Justin's studio in Oregon. "Adeline" captures an evolution of King Radio's sound.