"Quantic" is an umbrella moniker for prolific U.K.-born, New York-based musical polymath Will Holland. His career has been one of almost constant evolution using beatmaking, tape splicing, bandleading, and playing a dizzying array of instruments through numerous incarnations and dozens of records. Among them are Quantic, the DJ/producer/remixer who has packed dancefloors from Bulgaria to Buenos Aires; his Latin-tinged reggae and dub exploration Flowering Inferno; his Colombian Ondatrópica project with native musician Mario Galeano (of Frente Cumbiero); Los Miticos Del Ritmo (who perform varying explorations of funky cumbia and sonidero); the international Combo Bárbaro (alongside salsa pianist Alfredo Linares and Pacific folklore singer Nidia Gongora), who deliver an explosive aural snapshot of the ever-changing musical landscapes of the Americas; his all-star soul-jazz group the Western Transient; and his decades-old Quantic Soul Orchestra (with vocalist Alice Russell). Quantic tends to live where he works -- he spent eight years studying and working with musicians in Cali, Colombia. His compositions have been featured on the soundtracks of more than a dozen films and television shows including Orange Is the New Black, Ray Donovan, and San Andreas. He composed the score for the documentary Next: A Primer on Urban Painting.
Quantic - Atlantic Oscillations.