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IT BRINGS ME SO MUCH JOY TO SAY HE HAS CREATED ONE OF THOSE ALBUMS THAT FEELS, LIKE AN ALBUM - IT IS AS A WHOLE A WORK OF ART.
80s-inspired melodies that pop with shimmering backbeats and shattering hi-hats similar to that of those Ratatat rely on.
The NYC-based duo (“Wolf” plus producer Neal Sarin) call their music “emotional electronica” which pretty much sums it up.
Having gradually built up a buzz in the blogosphere, the release of his debut full-length album this year could see the elusive artist achieve more mainstream status.
crisp electronic production.
He has a knack for producing some gorgeous tracks, and ‘Paradise’ is a great example of that skill.
A dark and sensual blend of minimalistic electronic-pop
The charming yet sparse instrumentation complements each phrase perfectly.
The first track off the EP ‘Forgiven‘ is part of his signature sound that helped him grow fans around the world.
lush sonic landscapes and emotionally driven avant-pop sound.
a relaxing low-key feel like ‘The xx’ but perhaps with a few extra rays of sunshine.
The beat on its own is edgy and beautiful, with depth and the right vibes.
Wolf Colony and music producer Neal Sarin throw all their anxieties and confusions into picture perfect dreams that touch the dance floor and lift their situations up to the heavens.
Wolf Colony proves you don’t have to be a signed artist to make a killer album.
TOP INDIE AND SYNTHPOP RELEASES OF 2015
Lonely, cavernous piano and subtle droning synth sit atop a steady bed of kick, snare and tom.