Willdabeast’s Experimental Bass Album Makes “Life Worth Living”
Posted by VMan on March 28, 2017
Based out of Seattle, Washington, Willdabeast is the fusion of the multi-talented producer Will Glazier and instrumentalist Daniel de Lisle. Mixing the old with the new, Willdabeast has been able to find that balance between instruments and experimental bass like no one has done. Inspired by Passion Pit at a young age, Will went on a roll of touring and recording, sharing the stage with such acts as Michal Menert, Monophonics, Snug Harbor, Yogoman, Late Night Radio and so many more. 2013 was a new chapter in the story, post-college with a degree in audio and video production, Willdabeast released the album Into The Wild. Soon after, Will met Michael Menert, which was another life changing moment. They teamed up forming The Michal Menert Big Band.
The year after, Glazier and Daniel de Lisle, who plays flute and trombone, met and helped bring even more live instrumentation to the table. The rest is history. Willdabeast was formed with these two at the center and have worked along side acts such as: Griz, Michal Menert, Ageless, Wet Paint, Kaptain, SwAy, Kinetik Groove and more.
Their latest work together as Willdabeast is their new album Life Worth Living, which you can hear above. These two are on a unique path that few achieve in experimental bass, don’t sleep on these guys.