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Published on March 11th, 2012 | by Drift Dodgers


Mr. Bill – Artist Spotlight + Mixes

“This project is based around evocation, I like to write music that excites the ear and the brain. This requires me to explore all sorts of strange production methods and musical theories to keep exciting my senses.” – Bill Day

Mr. Bill is a complex musical mind emerging from Sydney, Australia. His sound is hard and dark, many-layered and melodic. He experiments with genres from dubstep to glitch to progressive house and trance, which he seems to have started with. His recent compilation was an underground hit, and his original productions and remixes are getting better all the time. Below are a couple of stand-outs, as well as two sets that show his range and talent.

Mr. Bill also teaches Electronic Music Production in Ableton Live with a series of subscription based video tutorials focusing primarily on sound design, synthesis, and workflow. The tutorials are available on his website, Mr. Bill’s Tunes, by registering and becoming a paid subscriber. A subscription also gives you access to Bill’s Ableton Live devices, samples, and even Ableton project files. There are also free tutorials and articles available to non-members.


Check out some choice originals:



Mr. Bill Memekast 061


Mr. Bill Live Set Sept. 1st, 2011


Mr. Bill’s website:

Mr. Bill on SoundCloud:


Booking Inquiries:

 Shout to MK2 Systems on the Memekast!


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Music rots when it gets too far from the dance. Poetry atrophies when it gets too far from the music.

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  1. Pingback: Show Preview: Mr. Bill + Electrocado + Space Jesus Live This Friday 3/24 @ Club Europa, Brooklyn, NY |

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Music rots when it gets too far from the dance. Poetry atrophies when it gets too far from the music. ~~~~~Ezra Pound

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