Will Ashon is the author of two recent works of non-fiction, Strange Labyrinth, about Epping Forest, and Chamber Music: About the Wu-Tang (In 36 Pieces), which focuses on the first album by New York rap group the Wu-Tang Clan (both published by Granta Books). He previously founded and ran the record label, Big Dada (Roots Manuva, Wiley, Kate Tempest, Young Fathers etc), while at the same time, writing two novels, published by Faber & Faber. Chamber Music has been described as “charged and thrilling” (The Guardian) and “clever, provocative, ambitious” (Big Issue).