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September 26th, 2017

No posts in a while! Maybe in part to having a new little guy, but mostly because I’m working hard on Wall of Trophies and a couple projects I can’t discuss at the moment. Rest assured there’s a lot coming! Here’s a shot from our Wall of Trophies a/v set with 5j Barrow and Seth Glier last week in downtown D.C.


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New Remix

October 16th, 2016


We (Wall of Trophies) remixed our pals Astra Via and layered some Wall of Trophies on top. Hope you enjoy the mashup.


New Single – Rush/Release

August 4th, 2016

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I’ve always loved three core parts of the “electronic” music scene: 1) lush forests of sounds to become eternally lost in; 2) hypnotic rhythms that drive your brain to new scenery; and 3) bright melodic work that sings throughout a composition and lifts your spirits. I certainly won’t claim to be the first to key on those ingredients, or the first to try to put them together. However, as I’ve recently gotten more and more practice at realizing them, I think I have accomplished something–finding a trichotomy that sounds, well… like me. For years, I’ve wondered what to do with my solo tracks–a dilemma that has found scores of them sitting eternally unreleased on my hard drive; but finally, now, I’m on a tear of songs that I’m excited to release.

With that, I share my first release under my own name–two quick tracks I hope you’ll enjoy. I release these with no cost, no set designs and no aspirations–but I certainly look forward to any feedback (if you’d like them on iTunes or Spotify for ease of access, for instance, I will work toward it). For now, stream and download them here–and, if they remind you of someone, I ask that you please pass along the link and share my sincere thanks for giving them a moment of your time.

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Under (Literal) Construction

July 9th, 2016

Building out my personal studio while my equipment continues its aquatic adventure over.

Also got a laptop and am continuing to work on musicĀ (and a new A/V project…)

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Coming Home

April 22nd, 2016

Two months from today I land back in the U.S. for good. I’m frantically getting ready–but I’ve also been incredibly busy making music, and have made some videos for Wall of Trophies which you can see on our page.

Oh yeah, and I got my Germany souvenir! The MFB Dominion 1 is a monophonic synth from Berlin-based MFB. I had to wait months for this… and I’ve already built it into about 10 tracks. It’s unreal.


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Wall of Trophies – Heliograph

January 18th, 2016

It’s been a long road (started this one in May 2014), but Brittany and I have finally wrapped up our next album, and first as Wall of Trophies. It’s called “Heliograph” and it will be released 29 January 2016 — more info and tunes at the band page:

Couldn’t be more excited for this one.


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End-of-Summer Playlist

October 13th, 2015

As you’re hanging on to the last of the heat, here’s the playlist I put out on the Wall of Trophies page for the summer:

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B:TON Brunnen

September 2nd, 2015

Last month I spent a few days in Brunnen, Switzerland alongside the Swiss VJ group Videokultur to do visuals for the B:TON Festival, which took place in an incredibly cool abandoned cement factory. In addition to helping with building and installing several pieces and projections, I showcased my piece Circles in one room and I recorded (then looped) a live visual set onsite. We projected the set onto one of the big walls. Pictures below:

My VJ set on wall

Brunnen was incredibly gorgeous

My new life motto… and a great VIP badge!

Working on Circles on my laptop next to its projection

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New A/V Piece “Meditations” – Live

July 19th, 2015

"Meditations" – Live from Will Copps on Vimeo.


Meditations is an audio/visual work created for the PRISM 16 event in Sheffield, England. The piece was recorded via live performance in the artist’s studio in July 2015.

The piece focuses on the attempt to distance oneself from the world via meditation while the sounds of the outside world seep in–at first distracting, but eventually becoming a part of the experience. The piece uses a hybrid greenery/abstract aesthetic to reflect on Sheffield’s art scene and abundance of parks.

Watch the live performance here and see the full piece premiere at PRISM 16 on 24 July.

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