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Wildcat! Wildcat! - No Moon at All (2014)

8-08-2014, 04:16
Pop | Indie | Electronic

Wildcat! Wildcat! - No Moon at All (2014)

Artist: Wildcat! Wildcat!
Title Of Album: No Moon at All
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Downtown
Genre: Electronic, Indie Pop
Quality: V0 Kbps
Total Time: 40:03 min
Total Size: 101 MB


01 Tower//W.O.H.L.
02 Garden Grays
03 Up & Beyond
04 Hero
05 End of the World Everyday
06 Holloway (Hey, Love)
07 Circuit Breaker
08 Nothing Below
09 Sentimental
10 Marfa

I’m a lover of new beats and bands as much as the next person, it’s like a little surprise in your musical discovery journey...and when it’s a great surprise, it’s practically like Christmas.

Well, it might just be Christmas in July with the the debut release from new kids on the block Wildcat! Wildcat!. A euphoric blend of electronic melodies and soft folk-style vocals, the sound is Passion Pit meets MGMT with a dash of Last Dinosaurs and a pinch of Two Door Cinema Club. Mix together and you’ve got this stellar album, an impressive start for the LA youngsters who were formed just two years ago.

Long-time friends Jesse Taylor (vocals, bass), Michael Wilson (vocals, keys) and Jesse Carmichael (vocals, drums) joined forces to create the indie-pop band in 2012, breathing fresh air into this increasingly popular genre. With a stack of support gigs already under their belts (think Alt-J and MS MR), M83‘s production team on side and a cult following of their free online tracks, the group was already off to a good start. Now with the release of their first official album, they’re set to sour up into indie electro-pop stardom.

The first track off the album has a bit more of a Bon Iver feel to it, with a beautiful soft build of synthesized melodies and sounds that swell into a chilled tune to introduce the band’s sound. From the second track Garden Greys, the music develops, with later tracks comprising of infectious chorus lines and upbeat yet soothing instrumentals to accompany; all together creating one big heart-tugging emotional sound.

The lyrics are dreamy, poetic and whimsical – the perfect match to their anthemic ear candy. But it’s not too chilled (read: sleepy) either, with some dance themes making their way into the track list to tap your feet to. Plus, it packs a punch with pulsing electro basslines and upbeat harmonies.

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