Ashlock.org friend Josh Wentz has been listed as an INDISTR Insider Pick over ultimateears.com. You should check it, and the corresponding music links, out here!
That page provides a short bio of Josh. Just for fun, I've decided to list it here, as it would appear if it were translated into French, then to German, then back into English over at Babel Fish. Life is too short not have fun with these things.
Joshua Wentz is a typesetter and interpreter of multi instrumentalists in Chicago, Illinois. During the twelve last years he has on a complete lack at entrance hall creating and independently the freeing from 4 albums and 10 EPs, which write the developing music for the documentary film and commercial applications experiment to distance co-operation and completion of his studio at the house begins concentrated, recently meetings of Winchester, a weekly Podcast of the improvised long and collections.
Joshua Wentz's music is kind-agnostic to move, which selects, in and outside that rather well-known models, as, which remains planted in specific categories. His newest integrals release, GMOVJ, is an homage at Mike Oldfield, an estimated artist, who had a deep effect on his career. Its newest EP, with the designation Field, is set a place, which is dedicated to the work of the independent artists exclusively for a release from June on INSDISTR (www.indistr.com).
He is conscious itself that independence in the music can often cover a fight for the design and marketing, Joshua Wentz has based Acoustics of Sidedown, a label for the artists Solos house collection, which in June 2008 is started. "My reason is in the conception and wanted a label to create, which combines the amazing music with the quality conception, in order to create an artistic and professional product, everything, by it maintaining artists fully right at their music." Acoustics of Sidedown will release those between 4 and 6 albums per year, with Joshua Wentz begins with GMOVJ and Castrovalva moving and acoustic breeding album by Jeremy a Simmons.
Huh!?? Make sense, Josh!