Will Dutta is one of those insanely gifted human beings that all our parents hoped they’d produce, and that we spend the rest of our lives getting over their secret shame of us not being by sliding into an alcoholic stupor at every given opportunity. A classical concert pianist, composer and collaborator with institutions such as the Tate and National Portrait Gallery in the UK, Will has previously produced incredible electro-classical works like Prokofiev’s Concerto for Turntables & Orchestra featuring DJ Yoda & the Heritage Orchestra. The sort of thing that you and your buddies can't just jam out of your parents' garage.
Will is to release his debut album, Parergon, on Just Music on May 14th. Distance taken from this record was a collaboration with Warp's Plaid. Will's outstanding piano composition here expertly manipulated into a stunning, shimmering whole by its digital production. The video was created by up and coming visual artist Dan Tombs.
We strongly suggest you hit play immediately and immerse yourself in it. One of the most deeply rejuvenating musical experiences we've come across.
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