Runon Fragment began in Orange County, California, in 2004 as the concept of Mark Ang, who set
out to create catchy music that emphasized melodic hooks and lead guitar. Incorporating traditional musical influences with a folk approach to writing, Mark draws from a wide palette of styles to tell stories without boundaries or limits, from drug addiction in "Palette of Grey" to patriotic themes in "The Fight". Listening to a Runon Fragment record is an unpredictable, yet accessible ride into the worlds of pop, rock, alternative, Southern rock, 80's and 90's rock, and even techno.
Since 2008, Mark has dedicated all of his time and energy to crafting "Browse (Masters)" and working on two additional records to be released. Working with experienced engineer, Patrick Burkholder, the original demo recordings have been reworked and completely overhauled. Each part is updated in sound, style, and quality to the highest expectations and standards. "Browse (Masters)" is a collection of songs that were originally based on an independent film project of the same name.
Featuring several songs that have the ability to connect with audiences on every level, "Browse" is designed to be a soundtrack of popular radio hits and moving, emotional compositions, such as “Queen of My World” and “The Fight.” Showing the hard rock edge that Runon Fragment is known for, “City of Devils” is a commentary about the cultural decline of society, and “You Make Me” is an obvious reminder of Mark’s talent for crafting
memorable melodies that listeners will be singing long after the song ends.
Launching into 2010, Runon Fragment has no plans of slowing down with releases of the other two records, an acoustic project and a DVD with all original music videos, as well as an enthusiastic and loyal following that continues to grow.