Dmitry Wild is an anomaly from the norm, between being a musician, rock music song writer, poet, writer and an actor, it’s his ever-present musical persona that leads him on strange, perhaps live saving and interesting adventures. He survived 9/11 by being late to the train to World Trade Center due to a late band practice. Then he escaped the pandemic to the city he fell in love while on his quick tour date at Hudson, NY. Dmitry Wild has solidified himself as the main writer, composer, guitarist and a performer of all material while the live the shows take on a more theatrical and at times mystical dives when he is accompanied by other musicians.
Always struggling to be accepted by non-immigrants due to his slight ever-present accent and Easter European antics it seems as if he accepted his defects, put on his bowler hat and escaped to the roaring 1880 in the middle of a Western movie so he can remain true to his American rock roots he learned at Lower East Side club scene of NYC at the 00’s and blues garage roots he witnessed while crossing the country few times by now, as he was searching for the American Dream which he penned under Why Be Normal? (Available on Amazon.com) He has played with Jungle Jim from the Cramps for a short period of time and one of his projects was picked up by the infamous BP Fallon to be spun on the radio, his later songs he wrote with Wizard Sex got featured on a cover of the Classic Rock magazine and a glowing review by the Please Kill Me blog. Meanwhile staying prolific is what matters to him the most, so he managed to record a Rock opera on the sidelines, called the Hamletson.
In the early 2022 finally released his long-awaited full-length solo album titled, “Electric Souls” and the same year he followed up with a collaboration with an electronic producer, under the moniker Dmitry Wild + Houses-in-Motion Currently, he is releasing a new single under the title New York Stones dedicated to New York naturally. To be out in a few weeks. Also, work started on the mixing of Dmitry’s collection of blues-heavy songs featuring a horn section. Stay tuned.