Selected Discography

Spotify Playlists: The Better Tunes of Vic Dillahay | (Almost) Everything on This Page

Solo Improvisations

Making it up as I go.


Vic Dillahay―Occasional Music
(Curious Automata, 2016)

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“Beautiful but unsettling acoustic pieces…”

Richard Ellis

 


Vic Dillahay―left blank
(Curious Automata, 2015)

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“Quite a compelling stringed soundscape.”

Mark LaJoie (Living Waters)

 


Vic Dillahay―Analogues of Infinity
(Curious Automata, 2014)

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“Love the near atonal feel to some of the guitar work, and strong melodies in other progressions. ”

Wayne Cox (The Professor and Naomi Kay)

 


 

with Graphite Addiction

World rhythms, jazz harmonies, and melodic hooks to keep you grooving.


Graphite Addiction―The Blue Dog
(Curious Automata, 2017)

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“Genuine jam music… strange and complex.”

Oxaï Roura

 

 


Graphite Addiction―Sifferson
(Curious Automata, 2017)

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“Graphite Addiction is a strange enough name for a band but the album title Sifferson begs some sort of explanation – what on earth does it mean ?”

Mike Ehrmann

 


Graphite Addiction―a second chance, years later…
(Curious Automata, 2016)

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“A deliciously edgy cruise along the edge of a jazz tapestry.”

David Namerow

 


Graphite Addiction―Graphite Addiction
(CDE Records, 2007; reissued on Curious Automata, 2014)

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“Great sounds…deep, spiritual…dark…fantastic music.”

No Zu Sounds

 


 

with The Pete & Vic Duo

Swing jazz from the golden age of the American songbook.


The Pete & Vic Duo―The Pete & Vic Duo
(Curious Automata, 2014)

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“Superb musicianship… to make such a dynamic, emotional take on “Ose Shalom” with just the vibes and acoustic… sounds wonderful!”

Mike White of Mike White Presents

 


 

with Aspen Street

Acoustic folk ensemble playing hits from the 12th century to today.


Aspen Street―Still, Still, Still
(1038 Records, 2012; reissued on Curious Automata, 2013)

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“One of the most original textures I’ve heard in ages!”

Glenn Folwarski (Thadieus Project)

 


 

with Others

Sometimes I play nice.


Snarky Anarchy―Indescribable Differences
(Curious Automata, 2016; Credited as Vince DeLay)

Indescribable Differences Album CoverCD: $15.00
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“Very kewl vibe.”

Nikki McSorley

 

 


The TAC Project―Watching Water
(Curious Automata, 2014)

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“Like a ghost. ★★★★”

Fiona Ord-Shrimpton (All About Jazz)

 


 

as Executive Producer for Curious Automata

Annoying others into making music.


Richard Ellis, Louis Carrillo, and Kendal Crews―Play One Song
(Curious Automata, 2017)

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Exploring the depths of Richard Ellis’ “Sixteen Roses”.

 

 

 


Richard Ellis―Songs Found Under the Couch
(Curious Automata, 2017)

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A soul searching collection of once-lost songs.

 

 

 


3ology―Beat 4
(Curious Automata, 2017)

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Experience 3ology at its finest: live and up-close.

 

 

 


Gemonious Rex―Out and About, Half-Circled
(Curious Automata, 2017)

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Searching for something more than conventional jazz.

 

 

 


Ellis, Carillo, Planells―Disaster Squad
(Curious Automata, 2014)

Disaster Squad Album CoverCD: $15.00
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“Creativity before all other concerns.”

J.P. Ranger