THE UNILALIA GROUP IS LIKE A SANDBOX – MUSIC IS ONE OF THE THINGS WE MAKE.
LISTEN TO A SELECTION OF OUR DISCOGRAPHY BELOW.
Inspired by the Japanese concept of “Ma”, Carter Wilson’s NGTVSPC dances between the presence of absence and the absence of presence. Within that moment exists a particular equilibrium, a type of joy. Finding this place is the listeners challenge.
A man’s gift makes room for him.(Proverbs, 18:16)
Another name for a gift is a natural ability. In theory, the actions associated with doing that which comes naturally will always make room or create space for this process to continue to manifest.
PARADISE - Perry Wilson
Classic material from Carter, dating back to 2016.
"Carter Wilson is heating the region up with his new album titled !!!!!. His album is packed full of bangers that effectively present his diverse yet developed sound. One of the highlights is the production of his vocals. With this project having a wide variety of beat selections, it can be easy to have the cohesiveness slip. That doesn’t happen in this case, as his vocals are the cohesive glue throughout. This can be heard with his layered vocals that are packed full of punchlines and creative lyrics."
– Cole Holland for
While race related instances of PTSD are consistently ignored and overlooked, the consumption of racial violence as entertainment has become a lucrative industry – trauma sells; thus, the daily oppression of black and brown people has become a commodity, a cornerstone of popular culture. From a safe distance, white consumers (the primary demographic which directly benefits from and reproduces structural racism) are able to grab a box of popcorn and get comfortable in the theater of American society, watching the drama of black oppression unfold before them, whether it be in the form of music, film, television, news, or any other kind of media. As spectators, white people will never be able to appropriately leverage their privilege to dismantle institutionalized racism; in fact, choosing to be a spectator and consumer of racial trauma only translates to complicity.
All vocals were written, arranged, mixed, and recorded by Ellis Wilson, conforming to the restrictions of Dogma 19. This art work is intended to be listened to in one sitting, as one whole, uninterrupted. this is not rap music, nor is this r&b or soul – instead, listeners will encounter a fusion of all three woven into a narrative record.
THIS is the tile of an extended play from Carter Wilson.
Recorded in 2015, Magic Flight is a riveting spoken word piece describing Ellis Wilson's point of view at 19 years old.
LUNACY - Perry Wilson
This single is about Perry growing up as a young Black male and how this impacts mental health.