The Dallas Observer has posted an article, written by Elvis Anderson, about T-4-2 and the recently released Decoder album. T-4-2 is Will Loconto and Jay Gillian.
KONTRAST: Texas Synthfest 2018 Saturday, March 10, 2018 Deep Ellum Art Company 3200 Commerce St, Dallas, Texas 75226 Bands : T-4-2 isopod SEVIT Programme Mirror Box Secrecies DJs: DJ Culturegang Lord Byron of Panoptikon DJ Red Vamp Ghost of Blind Lemon Vendors: Dead Wax Records *More vendors TBA Tickets Available at Prekindle $10 advance, $15 door Doors … Read More
The February, 2018 issue of PC Gamer Magazine features an article on The History of Ion Storm, the high-profile Dallas game developer. Rick Lane talks to the former staff of Ion Storm Dallas, and uncovers drama and camaraderie. As part of the recollections, Will Loconto discusses his time as Ion Storm’s Audio Director. http://www.pcgamer.com/pc-gamer-us-february-issue-warhammer-vermintide-2/
Friday, February 16, 2018 at 8PM Grenada Theater 3524 Greenville Ave Dallas TX 75206 Book of Love with T-4-2 Tickets available at: https://prekindle.com/promo/id/24898849303062203
T-4-2 is extremely excited to announce the release of our new album, Decoder, now available for immediate download in online stores. Decoder delivers eight all-new electronic tracks from the Texas synthpop duo. The album also features a synth remake of the iconic 1982 hit, “Make a Circuit with Me,” by The Polecats plus a bonus remix. Now … Read More
Kent X Kent (Kent by Kent) is a roots-rock/pop, power-duo featuring brothers John David Kent and Tony Scott Kent. Will Loconto is producing their upcoming album, set for release in 2018. Visit the Kent X Kent website for the latest information.
Intruder, the 1992 Columbia Records release from T-4-2 is now available on iTunes, Apple Music, Google Play, Amazon, and Spotify. Originally released in 1992, Intruder was co-produced by Paul Robb (Information Society) and Fred Maher (Scritti Politti). The album include the singles, “Desire” and “Let Me Go.” Please visit T-4-2music.com for more information.
Hot On Top Remastered from T-4-2 is now available on iTunes, Apple Music, Google Play, Amazon, and Spotify. Originally recorded in 1989, Hot On Top was a cassette-only release sold in Sound Warehouse stores throughout Texas. Fondly remembered as, “The Green Tape,” Hot On Top featured the hit single Don’t Let My Love. Please visit T-4-2music.com for … Read More
Hot On Top (Remastered) from T-4-2 is now available for pre-order. The album will be released on August 4th, 2017. Please visit T-4-2music.com for more information.
Aural Imperative’s #CONSPIRACY (feat. Kurt Harland Larson) has been nominated for the 2017 Hollywood Music in Media Awards in the EDM (Electronic Dance Music) category. The Hollywood Music In Media Awards main event takes place on November 16, 2017 in Hollywood, CA.