Will presents another realisation of Ryoko Akama’s score e.a.c.d. at Praxis, a new series launching at the Parasol Unit in London on 3 March. Also on the bill are Maja Jantar, Sharon Gal, Steven J Fowler, Robert Hampson and Gareth Damian Martin. Video of Will’s Other Room performance is here.








the other room

Will realises Ryoko Akama’s composition e.a.c.d. at Manchester’s Other Room: The Castle Hotel, Oldham Street, Manchester M2 4PD, Wednesday 17 March, 7pm. Also on the bill are Vicki Bennett & Gregor Weichbrodt, Mark Leahy. Will will also be performing e.a.c.d. at the Parasol Unit in London on 3 March – details to follow.


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The crystal at the lips in the Guardian

The crystal at the lips forms part of Philip Thomas’s experimental music playlist in the Guardian newspaper

Out now – The crystal at the lips


The crystal at the lips is out now, available from Organized Music from Thessaloniki. The CD features two pieces: a simultaneous realisation of two scores by Manfred Werder and a treated location recording.

Sensing Cities

Will’s interview with Maria Papadomanolaki for the Sensing Cities radio show was broadcast on 11 and 15 November 2014 on Resonance 104.4 FM.

Writing Sound 2

Lydgalleriet_writingsound2_FIN2_WEB2Will’s piece R-ARK38 is one of the exhibits at Writing Sound 2, an exhibition running in Bergen, Norway, from 21 November to 14 December 2014. Many of the exhibits were presented in online form at the exhibition’s blog for the duration of the exhibition. Will’s piece is a version of ARK 38, an electroacoustic composition by the US poet Ronald Johnson.

Writing Sound 2

Will has contributed a piece, R-ARK38, to Writing Sound 2, an exhibition curated by Daniella Cascella. The exhibition runs from 20 November  to 14 December 2014. Will’s piece is a treatment of the poet Ronald Johnson’s audio work ARK 38.

T.R.E.E. performances – London and Bury

Will and Carol Watts perform their collaborative work T.R.E.E. at POLYproject: Writing Trees in London on 19 February and at the Bury Text Festival on 4 May.

‘Thames Water Live’ issued on Every Contact Leaves a Trace


A live performance of Thames Water, recorded at a Bang the Bore gig in Southampton in 2012, has been issued as a CDR and download on the new label Every Contact Leaves a Trace. The piece is paired with a solo bass performance by Dominic Lash.

“Scenes come and go, here overtly aqueous, there less so, all of the time a joy to the ears. Montgomery has a fine way of coaxing endlessly rich and fascinating activity from his sources.” (Brian Olewnick)


Will performs on a bill that includes Seymour Wright earshots2-A4and Alan Wilkinson (alto sax duet) and keyboardist Pat Thomas. Earshots is a new series that programmes improv alongside work that uses field recordings. Will will present a piece made in response to two scores by Manfred Werder. Earshots, Hundred Years Gallery, 13 Pearson Street, London E2 8JD; Saturday 5 October, 7.15pm.

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