warm laundry records
London-based experimental electronic producer nomorewillroam (Ghost Kings Of The Five Regions, WORSTWORLDPROBLEMS) releases his debut EP on 29th September through Warm Laundry Records.
Of American and Cypriot descent, Greg Dugan a.k.a. nomorewillroam started producing music while living in Cyprus in 2011, before moving to the UK a year later where he continued to develop his sound. In 2016 Dugan joined Ghost Kings Of The Five Regions as bassist and in 2018 he co-created the alternative Hip-Hop group WORSTWORLDPROBLEMS, where he remains as producer and vocalist. nomorewillroam is influenced by an extensive range of genres from post-rock and metal to electroacoustic composition. His music guides the listener melancholically through intimate soundscapes, which feel vulnerable yet unafraid. Kilter, nomorewillroam’s debut release as a solo artist, was produced at the beginning of the global pandemic when Dugan had just moved into a new apartment, having to set up a makeshift studio in a storage room containing his boiler. This is where the project was produced from beginning to end. Amidst the uncertainty and unease of the virus, nomorewillroam found himself in a place of tranquility. Afflicted recordings of piano, flute, guitar and synths conjure an atmosphere that effortlessly segues from sorrow and foreboding, to calmness and serenity, to expectation and excitement. Kilter encapsulates the continuous fluidity of being; it is the tumbling sound of light and dark; life and death; presence and absence.