PC Muñoz is a recording artist, producer, and writer based in San Francisco. “Dark, sexual, sensual, confessional, and confrontational—all at the same time” (Performing Songwriter), Muñoz’s singular aesthetic bridges the gap between pop songcraft, free jazz, musique concréte, and the insistent rhythms of funk and hip-hop. An artist with a “deep social conscience…who uses music to connect cultures and communities together” (Anil Prasad, Innerviews), Muñoz’s body of work includes GRAMMY®-nominated contemporary classical music with composer/cellist Joan Jeanrenaud as well as projects with rock legend Jackson Browne, Dr. Fink of Prince and the Revolution, poet/chanteuse Ingrid Chavez, and more. A published poet since the 80s, Muñoz published two chapbooks in the 90s, The Daily Balance (Artlab, 1992), and Half-Truths (Artlab, 1995); his latest chapbook is Inside Pocket of a Houndstooth Blazer (2018). He is also one of the featured writers in the award-winning new collection from University of Hawai’i Press, Indigenous Literatures from Micronesia (2019).