John Wrinch Williams is an eclectic composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist. His diverse projects include:
Arboreal Quartet (acoustic world/jazz) -- The Arboreal Quartet's unique sound places the rich tonality of the sarod alongside upright bass, acoustic guitar, and brushed drums in heartfelt instrumental compositions. Their music draws from jazz, folk and Hindustani classical music -- "A Meeting by the River" by Ry Cooder & Vishwa Mohan Bhatt might be its closest relative -- but maintains its own original musical quality. Most tunes feature improvisation, but the focus is on tight compositions, melody, and groove, with moods ranging from contemplative to celebratory.
JWW (electronic) -- Employing an arsenal of bass and electric guitars, original beats, occasional 8-bit synths, JWW's varied musical output is uplifting, expansive, subtle, visceral, funky.. intelligent instrumental compositions with nods to hip hop, dub, and ambient music.