David Williams (18)

Real Name:David Michael Williams

David is a Dallas, Texas musician/producer/mixer who was in Texas' first punk band, Vomit Pigs (1975-'77), as well as The Frenetics (early '80s), Weder/Noch, and Self Is On The Throne. He co-founded the noise/hip-hop group Decadent Dub Team in 1987. Other groups he was in included Fudge Factory, Reverend Mike, Taint, Bush Camp (Jungle Brothers-related), JAMCO, YourSlaveLabor and he is currently in Beautiful Supermachines. He served as beat-maker, multi-instrumentalist and co-writer of backing tracks on the lost Jungle Brothers album "Crazy Wisdom Masters" (which turned into 1993's "J Beez Wit Tha Remedy"). David did mixes and edits for the record labels FFRR, London Records, and PolyGram for two years in the early 1990s, for artists such as One Dove, Utah Saints, Goldie, and East 17. In 1991, he co-scored the film "Livin' Large" with Herbie Hancock, and, in 1998, he provided the score to the John Loggia film "Live Free And Die".

He is currently a freelance producer and audio mixer, and also masters recordings. He most recently remixed a song off the new 2011 album from Clinic.

Contact: [email protected] | (512) 426-7560 , Facebook , Soundcloud ,
In Groups:Beautiful Supermachines, Decadent Dub Team, The Frenetics, Vomit Pigs, Reverse Heck
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