In Conversation: Will Ashon and Greg Milner | Granta

In Conversation: Will Ashon and Greg Milner

Will Ashon & Greg Milner

‘The techniques of hip-hop are always evolving – does that make it an inherently unstable technology, and is that where much of its aesthetic excitement derives from?’

Will Ashon

Will Ashon is an English writer and novelist, former music journalist and founder of the Big Dada imprint of Ninja Tune records. In the 90s he worked as a music journalist specialising in hip hop, and he is the author of Chamber Music: Enter the Wu-Tang Clan (in 26 Pieces).

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Greg Milner

Greg Milner is the author of Pinpoint (Granta, 2016) and Perfecting Sound Forever, a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award. A former editor at Spin, his writing has also appeared in Slate, the Village Voice, Wired, Salon, New York, Blender, Rolling Stone, the Word, the Sunday Times, and the Journal of Technology in Human Services. He lives with his family in Brooklyn, New York.

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