Joshua Wentz is a music-maker from Chicago, Illinois. For the past thirteen years he has focused on having a complete lack of focus, creating multiple albums and EPs, completely avoiding genre classification, writing music for documentary film and commercial applications, and developing experiments in remote collaboration. He is one half of Legato Re (with Jeff LaSala) and Lemma (with Jeremy Simmons).
Joshua Wentz plays: piano, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, keyboards, bass guitar, accordion, concertina, melodica, melodaphone, recorder, ocarina, banjo, penny whistle, jaw harp, autoharp, xylophone, and various drum machines and percussion instruments. He also sings, claps, and finds non-musical things to make music with.
Four Stars Two Bars(2007)
All songs based in some way on Chicago.
GMOVJ Flight Test(2008)
The precursor to the full GMOVJ album, available now on Sidedown Audio (www.sidedownaudio.com)
Obverse is about finding one's self amidst complexity.
Look you just dont understand.(2011)
And improvised recording. Four 15-minute-long single take experiments.