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William Fields

William Fields
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William Fields (b. 1977) is an electronic music composer and performer currently based out of Wilmington, DE, in the suburbs of Philadelphia. He has been writing music and experimenting with sound since 1993. His work covers a wide range stylistically, but is always warm and melodic.

He has performed throughout New England and the Mid-Atlantic at events of various scales: from small club settings to festivals with thousands of people. His first major performance was at a Cloudwatch event in Baltimore, MD, opening up for Pete Lawrence (of The Big Chill) and Tom Middleton (of Global Communication). The event was a success and led to his joining Sonic Soul Productions under the name “Asoka”. As Asoka, William Fields has performed at events such as Ultraworld’s legendary Sunrise festival and the New Years Gala at Buzz in Washington, DC.

William Fields has since parted ways stylistically (and in name) from his days at Sonic Soul Productions. He has moved on to release music with tbtmo, Hippocamp, and Audiobulb Records. He has performed at MIT, Brown University, and various venues throughout Philadelphia and New York. He also collaborates with Mike Henderson (Nintariman) and Matt Tuozzo (Cerebral) as the band Team Techno.

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