Aaron Sarlo founded the pop-punk band, Techno-Squid Eats Parliament. The band was signed to Ardent Records, toured America, playing shows with Alex Chilton, Cracker, Barenaked Ladies, Cheap Trick, appeared on MTV and MTV Canada, and have been cited as an influence for many southern musicians. After the band’s break-up, Aaron Sarlo relocated to Boston, Massachusetts, forming the indie prog rock band, Slept, with Techno-Squid Eats Parliament sound engineer, Chris O’Brien.
In 2009, Sarlo formed the indie-rock outfit, Dangerous Idiots, with former TSEP drummer and bassist Paul Bowling (of legendary punk band Trusty). Dangerous Idiots signed with London record label, Mostar Records in 2011, and Dangerous Idiots toured the south, playing shows with Dash Rip Rock, The Meat Puppets, American Idol's Sean Michel, and many others. In 2012, Sarlo formed the short-lived but locally popular band, Laundry for the Apocalypse, and that same year long-time bassist, Jake Rutherford joined Dangerous Idiots. In 2013, Sarlo formed prog-rock act, Duckstronaut. In 2016, Dangerous Idiots released a live concert album, “Live at The Legendary White Water Tavern.” In 2018, Sarlo formed the three-piece indie rock band, K!d C!ty with bassist Matt Rakes and drummer Olivia Glusica.
In 2019, Sarlo released his first solo single, a comedy-country ballad called “Penis Tsunami."
Aaron Sarlo is a musician and comedian from Little Rock, Arkansas. Sarlo is founder of seminal power pop band, Techno Squid Eats Parliament, and indie rock pop punk trio, The Dangerous Idiots. A veteran of the stage, Sarlo has performed in front of thousands, at venues across the United States and Canada. On May 15, 2015, Aaron Sarlo guest appeared on the Rachel Maddow Show. In 2020, Sarlo was quoted in Vogue.com. His debut comedy song, "Penis Tsunami" racked up 35k listens in a month, with journalist Kristall Kuykendall calling it "pure music-comedy gold." Aaron Sarlo came in second place in the 2017 World Series of Comedy regionals, held at The Loony Bin Comedy Club, April 2017, and performs around the south. You know, whenever there isn't a pandemic.
"Penis Tsunami" by Aaron Sarlo [OFFICIAL VIDEO]
"Can I Get a Role Model" by The Dangerous Idiots [OFFICIAL VIDEO]
"Pink Pants" by Aaron Sarlo (Live at The Loony Bin Comedy Club)
"Rope" by Aaron Sarlo (Live on Spooky Talk Show)
Brain Trust with Michael Brown #3: Saturday Morning Cartoons - Guest starring Aaron Sarlo