PEGASUS WARNING’s WOOF TICKET EP

At this point you probably still have a lot of questions. This man, this band… this PEGASUS WARNING. What is it? Who is it?
The answer is simple:
Follow your impulses
Demand your dreams
Come down from the mountain
begin again
FAIL
FLY
be a thunderous cloud
and heed your calling…

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Track List:
1. Acoustiq
2. Nothing2show
3. Change
4. TrySoHard
5. Mountain

Nothing2Show (Single)

Pegasus Warning – Nothing2Show (Single) by Plug Research

Discography

Forthcoming

Pegasus Warning: WOOF TICKET EP

Thiefs: Title TBD

Featured Performer: voice
with Vijay Iyer & Mike Ladd: Holding It Down: The Veterans’ Dreams Project

Featured Performer: voice
with Mocky

Arturo Klauft RMX for Mayimba Music

2012

Featured Performer: drums
Baba Andrew Lamb: Rhapsody in Black: (NoBusiness)
Featured Performer: percussion
Twin Shadow: Confess (4AD)

2011

Featured Performer: voice
With Lucky Paul “Demonspawn” (somethinksounds)

Featured Remix production
TECLA “Good Hair”

2010

Featured Performer: voice
Jahcoozi’s “Barefoot Wanderer” (Bpitch Control)

Featured Producer as Arturo Klauft
Das Racist’s ”Don Dada” from “Shutup Dude” (Michka/Greedhead)

2009

Guillermo E. Brown’s “Shuffle Mode” (Melanine Harmonique)

Featured Performer: drums
David S. Ware Quartet “Live in Vilnius”

2008

Featured Performer/Composer: zendrum, laptop, electronics
Guillermo E. Brown/Matthew Shipp duo “Telephone Popcorn” (Nu Bop Records)

Featured Performer/Composer: Crosstalk: American Speech Music curated by Mendi +
Keith Obadike

2007

Featured Performer: drums
David S. Ware Quartet’s “Renunciation” on Aum Fidelity

Featured Performer: voice, zendrum, laptop
Vijay Iyer/Mike Ladd’s “Still Life with Commentator” on Savoy Jazz

2006

Featured Performer: drums, laptop, percussion, zendrum
George Lewis “SEQUEL” INTAKT CD 111

Featured Performer: drums
Dave Burrell’s DB3 “Momentum” High Two Records

David S. Ware “BalladWare” Thirsty Ear

2005

Guillermo E. Brown “Handeheld” Melanine Harmonique Records
Guillermo E. Brown “…is Arturo Klauft” Melanine Harmonique Records

Featured Performer/Co-Producer/Mixing Engineer: Mike Ladd’s “Negrophilia” Thirsty Ear
David S. Ware, “Live in the World [LIVE]” Thirsty Ear

2004

Guillermo E. Brown’s “Black Dreams 1.0” Melanine Harmonique Records

Featured Performer: Drums on El-P “High Water” Thirsty Ear

Guillermo E. Brown/Matthew Shipp/William Parker “Trio Plays Ware” Splasc(H)

Featured Performer on dj spooky’s “celestial mechanix” Thirsty Ear

2003

Guillermo E. Brown’s The Beat Kids “Open Rhythm System” 7H/Uncle Junior
Records
Featured Performer: Drums on “Anti-Pop vs. Matthew” Shipp Thirsty Ear

Featured Performer: Drums on David S. Ware String Ensemble “Threads” Thirsty Ear
Featured Performer: Drums on The Little Huey Creative Music Orchestra “Spontaneous”
Splasc(H)

Featured Performer: Drums on dj wally “nothing stays the same” Thirsty Ear

Featured Performer: Drums on dj spooky “dubtometry” Thirsty Ear

2002

Guillermo E. Brown’s “Soul at the Hands of the Machine” Thirsty Ear

Featured Performer: Drums on DJ Spooky’s “Optometry” Thirsty Ear

Featured Performer: Drums on Matthew Shipp’s “Nu Bop” Thirsty Ear

Featured Performer: Drums on David S Ware “Freedom Suite”, Aum Fidelity
Featured Performer: Drums on The Little Huey Creative Music Orchestra
“Raincoat In The River” Eremite

2001

Featured Performer: Drums on Rob Reddy’s Honor System “Seeing by the Light of My
Own Candle” Knitting Factory Records

Featured Performer: Drums on Spring Heel Jack “Masses” Thirsty Ear

Featured Performer: Drums on Roy Campbell “It’s Krunch Time” Thirsty Ear

Featured Performer: Drums on David S. Ware “Corridors and Parallels” Aum Fidelity

2000

Featured Performer: Drums on David S. Ware “Surrendered” Sony/Columbia