Standalone 2021 single by Wiliam Is (feat. Deon Malik™)
William Is: Vocals, Guitar, Bass, Programming, ProductionDeon Malik™: RapTim Koelling: SaxophoneDylan Ryan: Drums
Recorded between Jan-Sept 2021 at APS and A@FK
Standalone single, later released on the 2020 Situation Chicago vinyl compilation.
William Steffey: Vox, Synths, Guitar, Bass, Production, Adobe Characterizer VFXHoward Windmiller: DrumsMauxBS: CG and Key VFX
Standalone 2020 Single.
William Steffey: Vox, Guitar, Bass, ProgrammingToju Gbemi: Backup VocalsTim Koelling: SaxophoneMauxBS: Video Creation
Clips of William singing were shot on the Starbucks patio on Sheffield and Diversey in Chicago.
Standalone 2013 Single.
Brad Trogden: BartenderBar interior is Monty Gaels in the North Center neighborhood of Chicago.
From the 2015 album, Accidents and Melodies.
Shot in the Aquariphone Project Studio in Albany Park, Chicago.
Standalone Single recorded in 2013 but released not released until 2020.
MauxBS: 3D Design / Rigging / TrackingBackup Band for video:Tim Koelling: GuitarMike Koelling: BassJeff Kropp: Drums
Created using clips from the 1960 sci-fi thriller “The Amazing Transparent Man” which is now in the public domain.
Sharon Holle: Backup VocalsTim Koelling: Saxophone
Theme song from the 2016 video game “PataNoir” developed by Simon Christiansen.Visit the game page on Steam
From the 2001 album, Roadstar.
Video shot in London in 2001 and assembled in 2017.
From the 2012 album, Kid Ghosts.
The bridge section of the video was created by compositing still photos shot by Alessandra Santucci underneath the Damen Blue Line in Chicago’s Wicker Park neighborhood.
From the 2001 album, Roadstar.
Video shot entirely on location in Paris.
From the 2005 album, Love Song for Kyrie Snow.
Shot at the Aquariphone Project Studio in Albany Park, Chicago.
Recorded in 1992 and released on the 2008 limited edition Songs for the Sacred Age double compact disc.
Cast:Brett SteffeyChantal WentworthTraci “Trouble” Weingardt
From the 1995 cassette, Letters Never Sent.
Shot in the basement of William’s parents’ house in Deerfield, Illinois.
Recorded in the mid 90’s and released in 2008 on the limited edition double compact disc, Songs for the Sacred Age.
Shot at William’s parents’ house in Deerfield, Illinois in 1992.
Recorded in 1991 and released on the 2008 limited edition double cd, Songs for the Sacred Age.
Video shot in William’s parents’ basement. Extra clips culled from a Columbia College film project.
Andrew Weiss: Lyrics and VoxFrom the 1991 project Go Figure.
Lyric video created in 2018 using stock footage.
Slated for release on the 1997 album Silver Nitrate which was never released.
Video requiring red/green 3D glasses created entirely within Adobe Premiere. Shot in Albany Park, Chicago.
Standalone single from 2021.
Toju Gbemi: Backup Vox
From the 2019 album. Reality Jockey.
Tim Koelling: Saxophone Recorded at the Aquariphone Project Studio in Albany Park, Chicago.
Additional footage shot by Margaret Luthar at Chicago Mastering Service.
Standalone single from 2019.
Audio bed uses the instrumental version of “The Remedy” from the album Reality Jockey.
Recording session for the 2020 single “Come to This” by Airport Hookers.
Kate Schell: Vocals
Sterling Martin screencapped his creation of the “Hot Rod Stigmata” cover art.
William created “Hot Rod Stigmata [Sterling Gold Edition]” specifically for the audio bed.
Toju Gbemi: Backup VoxAugust Forte: Bar Talk
From the 2019 album, Reality Jockey.
Video courtesy Margaret Luthar at Chicago Mastering Service.
Behind the scenes of the Blood Diamonds music video with VFX artist MauxBS.
1989 recording session at childhood home on Landis Ln. in Deerfield, IL.“Let’s Do Lunch” appears on the 1989 eponymously titled Go Figure compact disc and cassette.
in this clip:
Jim Berry: TrumpetsAndrew Weiss: Co-ProducerWilliam: Guitar & Producer
Michael Eichhorn: Big Yellow Toe Sculpture