Wohl's highly-anticipated sophomore album Holographic is now streaming via NPR Music.
"Daniel Wohl is a gifted alchemist in sound. His new album, Holographic, seems like the product of some wild-eyed professor mixing up aural compounds in a laboratory. The vast catalog of sounds Wohl has crafted mesmerizes. In Holographic he has created an arresting space where electronics and acoustic instruments commingle with cinematic vibrancy."
— Tom Huizenga, NPR Music
Holographic will be released on January 29, 2016, and was co-produced with Paul Corley (Oneohtrix Point Never, Tim Hecker, Ben Frost) and features contributions from Lucky Dragons, Olga Bell, Caroline Shaw, Bang on Can All-Stars, Mantra Percussion, Mivos Quartet, and Iktus Percussion. In a groundbreaking new model, Holographic was commissioned by pioneering organizations Liquid Music (of The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra), MASS MoCA, Baryshnikov Arts Center, and Indianapolis Museum of Art.
Holographic upcoming performances featuring Mantra Percussion and the Holographic String Quartet:
1/21, 22 - Baryshnikov Arts Center (Album Release Show) New York, NYAll live performances of Holographic will also feature projections from Los Angeles-based visual artist Daniel Schwarz, engaged and commissioned by The Film Society of Minneapolis St. Paul.
2/5 - FringeArts - Philadelphia, PA
2/6 - Indianapolis Museum of Art - Indianapolis, IN
2/11 - Ordway Concert Hall (Liquid Music Series) - Saint Paul, MN
2/27 - The Broad Museum - Los Angeles, CA
For more information about Daniel Wohl, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.