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Zach Hill

Zach Hill
Zach Hill in 2012
Background information
Born (1979-12-28) December 28, 1979
Genres Experimental rock, noise rock, math rock, experimental hip hop, electronic
Occupation(s) Musician, drummer, visual artist, screenwriter, director
Instruments Drums, vocals, sampler, guitar, bass guitar, piano, synthesizer, cornet, trumpet, melodica
Years active 1999–present
Labels 5 Rue Christine, Ache, Anticon, Deathbomb Arc, Epic, Ipecac, Joyful Noise, Kill Rock Stars, Narnack, Ormolycka, Overlap, Rodriguez Lopez, Rock Is Hell, Sargent House, Sick Room, Skin Graft, Sub Pop, Suicide Squeeze, Third Worlds/Harvest, Toad
Associated acts Bygones, Death Grips, Team Sleep, Flössin, Goon Moon, Hella, Holy Smokes, Marnie Stern, Mick Barr, Omar Rodríguez-López, Spoek Mathambo, Wavves, Janet Weiss, Matt Cameron, Ben Weinman, The I.L.Y.'s

Zach Hill (born December 28, 1979)[1] is an American drummer and visual artist. He is best known as the drummer of Sacramento-based experimental hip hop group Death Grips and math rock band Hella.

Contents

  • Art 1
  • Film 2
  • Discography 3
    • With Team Sleep 3.1
    • Solo Releases 3.2
    • With Bygones 3.3
    • With Death Grips 3.4
    • With Flössin 3.5
    • With Hella 3.6
    • With Holy Smokes 3.7
    • With Marnie Stern 3.8
    • With Mick Barr 3.9
    • With Omar Rodríguez-López 3.10
      • El Grupo Nuevo de Omar Rodriguez Lopez 3.10.1
    • With Spoek Mathambo 3.11
    • Other 3.12
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Art

In addition to music, Hill is also a visual artist. He published a fully illustrated book, Destroying Yourself is Too Accessible, which included the Zach Hill and Holy Smokes album "Masculine Drugs" Released in 2004 on TNI books and Suicide Squeeze Records.

The Sacramento, California art space Fools Foundation ran an exhibition of Hill's art, titled "Poltergeist", from April 1 to 29 in 2006. Parts of the exhibit are visible in the photos accompanying Hill's article in the August 2006 issue of Modern Drummer and on the Fools Foundation website.[2]

Film

Hill was said to be working on an original feature film in 2013, which was confirmed to feature late actress Karen Black in a leading role.[3] However, she had passed away before the film could even come into full fruition. It has been rumored that either Death Grips or Hill's side-project, The I.L.Y.'s, would be involved with the soundtrack of the film as well.[4]

Discography

With Team Sleep

Solo Releases

With Bygones

  • by- CD/LP (August 4, 2009, Sargent House)
  • Spiritual Bankruptcy Digital (February 16, 2010, Sargent House)

With Death Grips

Albums

Mixtapes

  • Exmilitary CD/LP/Cassette/Digital (April 25, 2011, Third Worlds/Ormolycka)

EPs

  • Death Grips Digital (March 8, 2011, Third Worlds)
  • Live from Death Valley Digital (June 28, 2011, Third Worlds)

With Flössin

  • Lead Singer CD/LP (September 14, 2004, Ache)
  • Live at Overlap 01 Digital (February 18, 2006, Overlap)
  • Serpents Digital (February 10, 2009, Overlap)
  • White Anaconda and the Rainbow Boa Digital (December 25, 2011, Overlap)

With Hella

Albums

EPs

DVDs

  • Portals DVD-r (2008, self-released)

Split releases

With Holy Smokes

  • Masculine Drugs/Destroying Yourself Is Too Accessible Book+CD (September 21, 2004, Suicide Squeeze)
  • Talk to Your Kids About Gangs CD (September 12, 2006, Skin Graft)

With Marnie Stern

With Mick Barr

  • Shred Earthship CD (May 9, 2006, 5 Rue Christine)
  • Volume 2 LP (March 12, 2007, Rock Is Hell)

With Omar Rodríguez-López

El Grupo Nuevo de Omar Rodriguez Lopez

With Spoek Mathambo

Other

  • The I.L.Y.'s – I've Always Been Good at True Love Digital (June 4, 2015, Third Worlds)
  • Aaron Molho – eclecticraft Digital (April 11, 2010, Sundial)
  • Alan Moore & Mitch Jenkins – Unearthing 3LP+3CD (October 25, 2010, Lex)
  • Apotheke – Apotheke CD (2005, Mash Down Babylon)
  • with Ben WeinmanUntitled Digital (August 31, 2007, self-released)
  • CexMaryland Mansions CD (November 18, 2003, Jade Tree)
  • Chll Pll – Aggressively Humble CD/LP (October 20, 2009, Porter)
  • Crime in ChoirCrime in Choir CD/LP (June 25, 2002, Omnibus)
  • Damsel – Distressed CD/LP (October 24, 2006, Temporary Residence Limited)
  • with Delicate SteveMany Moods Digital (July 5, 2011, self-released)
  • Diamond Watch WristsIce Capped at Both Ends CD (May 4, 2009, Warp)
  • Friend/Enemy – 10 Songs CD/LP (January 1, 2001, Perishable)
  • Howard HelloHoward Hello CD (May 3, 2005, Temporary Residence Limited)
  • Joan of ArcOh Brother 2LP (February 7, 2011, Joyful Noise)
  • The Ladies – They Mean Us CD/LP (February 21, 2006, Temporary Residence Limited)
  • Legs on Earth – Lasers and Saviors (CD, Para-Sight)
  • Mason Lindahl/Ellie Fortune/Raleigh Moncrief/Zach Hill Split 2x7" (October 10, 2010, Life's Blood)
  • Mick Barr – Mick Barr 2DVD (2008, aRCHIVE)
  • Nervous Cop – Nervous Cop CD (November 4, 2003, 5 Rue Christine)
  • with No AgeFlannel Graduate CD-R (2007, self-released)
  • Prefuse 73Everything She Touched Turned Ampexian CD/2LP (April 14, 2009, Warp)
  • Risil – Non Meters Volume One CD/2LP (October 28, 2009, Important)
  • with Robby Moncrieff – Who Do You Think You Aren't? CD/LP (June 15, 2010, Porter)
  • Scars on BroadwayGhetto Blaster Rehearsals (2003, EatUrMusic)
  • Sol InvictoInitium Digital (August 6, 2011, Altered Beats)
  • Team SleepTeam Sleep CD (May 10, 2005, Maverick)
  • Them Hills – Greener Grassing CD-R (August 14, 2007, self-released)
  • Toughguy Fantasy/Arctic Boys – Thank Gods It's Friday/Louisiana Purchase 2CD (January 17, 2005, Frenetic)
  • Various Artists – Revival Drum Comp Cassette (2010, Mississippi)
  • Various Artists (Diamond Watch Wrists) – Warp20 (Recreated) 2CD (September 28, 2009, Warp)
  • Various Artists (Hella) – You've Got Your Orders – Volume One CD (June 6, 2003, Chrome Peeler)
  • Various Artists (Hella) – If the Twenty-First Century Didn't Exist It Would Be Necessary to Invent It CD (June 4, 2002, 5 Rue Christine)
  • Various Artists (Hella) – Slaying Since 1996 2CD (July 5, 2006, Suicide Squeeze)
  • Various Artists (The Ladies) – Thankful CD (November 2, 2006, Temporary Residence Limited)
  • Various Artists (Les Claypool) – Under the Influence: A Jam Band Tribute to Lynyrd Skynyrd CD (September 14, 2004)
  • Various Artists (Team Sleep) – The Matrix Reloaded (Music from and Inspired by the Motion Picture) 2CD (May 5, 2003, Maverick/Warner Sunset)
  • Weiss/Cameron/Hill – Drumgasm LP (August 27, 2013, Jackpot)
  • Xiu XiuChapel of the Chimes CD/12" (July 30, 2002, Absolutely Kosher/Nail in the Coffin)

References

  1. ^ "ZODIAC DRUM KILLER Zach Hill on Blurt Online". Blurt-online.com. December 9, 2008. Retrieved 2011-10-18. 
  2. ^ "April 2006". Foolsfoundation.org. Retrieved 2011-10-18. 
  3. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=susTeQpgR9k
  4. ^ Pelly, Jenn (May 10, 2013). "Death Grips to Soundtrack Feature Film Directed and Written by Zach Hill, Working on New Album". Pitchfork. Retrieved May 10, 2013. 

External links

  • Official Myspace page
  • The Zach Hill Archive
  • Pitchfork interview Zach Hill on Death Grips
  • Fools Foundation Art Exhibit April 2006
  • Zach Hill at exclaim!
  • Interview with Zach Hill about Astrological Straits, collaborations and history on the Jekyll and Hyde Show. By Oren Siegel and Oded Fluss, Israel
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