Renny Wilson

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Renny Wilson
OriginEdmonton, Alberta, Canada
Genrespop lo-fi disco
Occupation(s)Musician, Songwriter, Producer, Recording Engineer
Years activemid-'00s–present[1]
LabelsMint
Associated actsTravis Bretzer,[2] Homeshake,[3] Mac DeMarco, Michael Rault,[4] Faith Healer
Websiterennywilson.com
MembersRené Wilson, Mitch Holtby, Jenni Roberts, Jon Lent, Ross Nicoll, Kelsie Hjorliefson, Lindsay Coulton, Nyssa Brown, Martine Ménard, Jessica Jalbert, Jim Cuming, Martin Wilson, Michael Rault
Past membersAidan Lucas-Buckland, Liam Trimble, Garrett Johnson

Renny Wilson is a Canadian pop singer-songwriter, record producer, and recording engineer. He has recorded as a solo artist, performed as a member of The Subatomics,[5] and as a member of other bands such as Michael Rault,[6] Faith Healer and Brazilian Money.

History[edit]

In 2012, Renny Wilson self-released his debut solo album Sugarglider.[7] In November 2012, he was signed to Mint Records, who re-released the album on January 22, 2013.[8] Beatroute said of the re-release, "the whole album is stuffed full of lush synth layers and endless saxophone riffs which have the album reeking of 1980s cheese in the best possible way," and noted the performer's "self-deprecating geeky style."[9] Around the time of the re-release of Sugarglider, Wilson reported he was working on a follow-up to his debut with the working title "Goddess Fear."[10]

In June 2014, he self-released a genre shifting mini-album entitled Punk Explosion on cassette. An extended LP version of this album entitled Punk Explosion/ Extension was released on the Mint Records label on July 10, 2015. He said at the time, "Aside from the years and the time it took to release it, Punk Explosion took almost no time compared to that Sugarglider record. I spent like no time mixing it, I spent no time mastering it, and that's probably why it sounds so terrible." [11]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Sperounes, Sandra (2013-01-28). "Prelude to sax: Edmonton's Renny Wilson pays tribute to soft disco". Edmonton Journal.
  2. ^ http://www.mexicansummer.com/shop/travis-bretzer-making-love/
  3. ^ http://exclaim.ca/Music/article/renny_wilson_opens_up_about_his_punk_explosion
  4. ^ Way, Mish (2013-01-28). "Renny Wilson Lives in Goddess Fear". Noisey.
  5. ^ http://www.vueweekly.com/the_subatomics/
  6. ^ http://www.canada.com/story_print.html?id=c917a598-ee7c-4332-bc8c-dc2189864a2b&sponsor=
  7. ^ Majeski, Jared (2013-01-23). "New Canadiana :: Renny Wilson – Sugarglider". Weird Canada.
  8. ^ Hudson, Alex (2012-11-09). "Edmonton's Renny Wilson Signs to Mint Records for 'Sugarglider'". Exclaim!.
  9. ^ Josh Mitchell (February 10, 2013). Renny Wilson, Beatroute.ca Accessed May 13, 2019.
  10. ^ Mish Way (January 15, 2013). Renny Wilson Lives in Goddess Fear, Noisey: Music by Vice. Accessed May 13, 2019.
  11. ^ Josiah Hughes (July 09, 2015).Renny Wilson Opens Up About His 'Punk Explosion', Exclaim!.ca Accessed May 13, 2019.
  12. ^ "Faith Healer Ink Deal with Mint Records for 'Cosmic Troubles' LP". exclaim.ca. Retrieved 2018-05-22.
  13. ^ "Faith Healer: Cosmic Troubles Album Review | Pitchfork". pitchfork.com. Retrieved 2018-05-22.
  14. ^ "Diana (40) - Familiar Touch". Discogs. Retrieved 2018-05-22.
  15. ^ "Best Wishes - Baby Jey | Releases". AllMusic. Retrieved 2018-12-13.
  16. ^ "Faith Healer ready for a second go-around". Edmonton Journal. 2017-09-07. Retrieved 2018-05-22.
  17. ^ https://www.discogs.com/anemone-Baby-Only-You-I/master/1379042. Missing or empty |title= (help)

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