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Girl Talk (I)


Girl Talk is a composer, known for Silicon Valley (2014), Girl Walk: All Day (2011) and The Good Works Tour (2009). See full bio »

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 2011 Girl Walk: All Day (Video) (as Gregg Gillis)
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  Silicon Valley (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode, 2018) (writer - 1 episode, 2018)
- Facial Recognition (2018) ... (performer: "Trouble in Paradise") / (writer: "Trouble in Paradise")
 2009 The Good Works Tour (Video documentary) (performer: "Once Again") / (writer: "Once Again")
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 2020 Coachella: 20 Years in the Desert (Documentary)
Self (as Gregg Gillis)
 2016 Soundbreaking: Stories from the Cutting Edge of Recorded Music (TV Mini Series documentary)
Self
- I Am My Music (2016) ... Self (as Gregg Gillis)
 2011 A Day in the Life (TV Series documentary)
Self
- Girl Talk (2011) ... Self
 2011 Last Call with Carson Daly (TV Series)
Themselves
- Episode dated 26 April 2011 (2011) ... Themselves
 2009 Kyocera's All Access @ Virgin Mobile Freefest (Documentary short) (as Gregg Gillis)
 2007 Fusion (TV Special)
Girl Talk (as Gregg Gillis)
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Gregg Gillis
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I'm always obviously hunting for samples. I wouldn't say it's getting more difficult, but I'm never satisfied. I never feel like I have enough, since it's a trial-and-error based process for me. The more loops I have, the more potentially interesting results I can get. See more »

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