six of Northamptons top musicians gather to form a super
group, what do you get? Why Wilson, a dub rock outfit of course!
comparisons ranging from the rocky side of Primal Scream, the bounce
and beats of the Happy Mondays and elements of Alabama 3 and Stereo
MCs, Wilsons sound is rich in depth and diversity.
a project that originally started out as a solo thing
a few years back, the band has certainly developed into a great
and led by Wilson Headstone, the renowned and successful musician,
Pat Fish - of The Jazz Butcher fame - the band grew to encompass
solo musicians and band members from across the town.
of Sumosonic and Tarantino funksters P-Hex amongst others were to
join along the way and flesh out what was originally a three-piece
band playing to backing tapes.
all members having experienced gigging, writing and recording, the
veteran musicians had no problems in producing captivating live
shows and getting their sound produced on CD.
STEVIE G. WILSON
MISTER E. WILSON
Sinister electronic shouting man.
Bullhorn Champagne VST.
so far have included venues in Leeds and Cambridge alongside their
most likely local haunt at The Racehorse in Northamptons Abington
its not only the live shows which the band prove to have a
workings in the studio saw Juilain Cope guitarist and producer,
Donald Ross-Skinner at the controls for the production of tracks
by the band at Londons Notepad studio.
have built up quite a collection of material and recorded a selection.
They are influenced by a variety of artists, ranging from Cypress
Hill, New Order, Lee Perry and The Clash but are unsure whether
this comes across in their sound.
can keep up-to-date with the latest Wilson activity on the bands