K. Wilhelm is Milwaukee native, Corey Murphy (Vocals, Piano, Synth, Drums, Trombone, Cello, Computers).
"Floorboards Split (w/ el-tin fun)" (April 2010) on Mine All Mine! Records
Floorboards is a split with fellow Madison musician, el-tin fun. The other half of this release can be found here:
This side contains one 5-movement work entitled It Haunts Me. This is a story of murder.
"Diamonds EP" (Dec 2009) on Mine All Mine! Records
No one track on the Diamonds EP was written for a single person. While I speak to "you" in each song, that "you" is a combination of myself, my family and my friends. The EP is about outgrowing the comfort that surrounds childhood and adolescence and all of the hardships you face in "the real world". The album is about balancing sickness with responsibility. It is about religion, about secrets, and it is about lies.
"Caffeiene LP" (Aug 2009) Self released/Mine All Mine! Records
Free download at kwilhelm.bandcamp.com. Essentially a collection of all music before the Diamonds EP. Selections from all the EPs and earlier albums are reconsidered and remastered.
"SUNDAZE EP" (June 2009) on Mine All Mine! Records
This EP includes four tracks with a smooth electronic feel and two bonus acoustic versions of some of them.
"Golden Days Split" (April 2009) on Mine All Mine! Records
Each golden cassette features one randomly selected "old woman cover art"! Comes with a free download card for .mp3 files.
"This Gun's For Shooting Stars" (April 2009) on Mine All Mine! Records
"The second full-length release by K. Wilhelm, this release sees his dark, dirty rock experimental pop move even farther into its own corner of the music world. Definitely a skilled musician, you must download This Gun's For Shooting Stars if you have any inkling of taste in music."
-Mam! Records (www.mamrecords.com)
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