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Listen: Guest Mix by William Wright

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William Wright is a contemporary composer and multi-instrumentalist based in East Tennessee. His award-winning works in film scoring and experimental soundtracking have been on exhibition at festivals and Universities around the globe. “Salt Mass: a Hookland suite,” Wright’s 2018 collaboration with UK Author David Southwell, was released by Gezellig Records to international praise.

Its always nice to make new acquaintances/friends and in case of IHN a lot of those connections tend to happen through music festivals. Case in point – Will Wright who performed at this year’s Big Ears Festival in Knoxville, TN and whose mix we’re presenting tonight!

More recently Will contributed his track I Keep On Killing Mosquitoes to our Spring Sampler. We’re not going to reveal too many details right now, but more WW-related material might be coming down the road – in the meantime, here’s a sprawling (we’re talking 20+ tracks) mix Will compiled for us. Dive in!

Tracklist

The Robot Ate Me – The Genocide Ball

The White Mice – Fromundapaidafeelayak

Daughters – City Song

clipping. – Body & Blood

Dreamdecay – Joy

Boris – Farewell

El-P – Drones Over Bklyn

Death Grips – Get Got

Demdike Stare – Animal Style

Danny Brown – Ain’t It Funny

Raime – Real People Not Actors

Vince Staples – Yeah Right

Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement – Demons Tour the Canal

Hella – Biblical Violence

Die Nerven – Frei

Sonic Youth – Starfield Road

Big Black – Kerosene

Jucifer – Amplifier

Unknown Mortal Orchestra – Swim and Sleep (Like a Shark)

Micachu & The Shapes – Oh Baby

Candy Claws – In the Deep Time

A Winged Victory for the Sullen – Phantasme

Nico Muhly – Mothertongue: I. Archive

Arca – Anoche

Alva Noto / Ryiuich Sakamoto – Siisx


See Also / Further Reading

Around 2018 in 12 Weeks: Favorite Songs of Lauren Barle (Rarely Unable) – features City Song by Daughters


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