Willdabeast's "Life Worth Living" -- its turns, twists, wrath, exultations, shadows -- is made of your own inner workings, it's YOUR worth life listening. It's a life where you are condemned to exist in the dark throes and feathery fantasies inside your head. This CD roots/uproots you. It puts your feet where they ought to be, subliminally mood-walking, a single empty gesture reminding you is all that glitters is not gold, but it is sound. As if you COULD BE the master. Picking up this CD, I listen, I wonder, I float, I wander, I meander; there's a crystal glass of water on the table in front of me. Inside dances the light that resides inside the breath inside the dream inside grasp. You listen to the music. Sometimes the steps are large, staccato, driving, winsome, reprimanding, or meditative. Medicated, mellifluous like rain drops moistened by silk, sleep, a metal pleat, a ruffled dream. The notes collect on the rim of the crystal and the glass perspires coolly, the paths of the condensation of droplets invent a spoken alphabet, not kindly, but as you need it. It's the breach of the cool, coal-smeared, beached, glimmer of its drool, sometimes shoall. This is definitely NOT what the doctor ordered -- but you need to go there. You need this CD; here you learn you can live above or beneath the wave: no mass, density, or size -- but a universe-dappled flotation device -- the beat is your pulse.
Willdabeast is: Will Glazier & Daniel de Lisle
Willdabeast has had the opportunity to record tracks with artists such as: GRiZ, Michal Menert, Late Night Radio, Defunk, Warp 9, Wet Paint, Kaptain, SwAy, Ageless and more. The group seems to have found its niche, incorporating analog-acoustic instruments in their music and live shows, while using improvisation as a tool to interact with the music and audience.