Posts Tagged ‘Misterwives’

October 31, 2017

MisterWives just wrapped up their successful (of course) Connect The Dots US Tour a week ago, which was their largest headlining tour to date. The NYC indie pop outfit lead by vocalist Mandy Lee far from ready to take a break from the scene. In fact, they’ve shared a brand new jam named Never Give Up On Me, and it’s a bonafide synth florid, bass bumping alt bop full of fiery infectiousness and punchy, glossy spunk. I doubt there’d ever be a reason to “give up” on MisterWives, they’ve cemented themselves these past several years as an indie pop mainstay. Never Give Up On Me is out now on Republic. 

May 16, 2017

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 05.12.2017 – 05.14.2017

Feature selections – May 12-14, 2017

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May 13, 2017

The excitement for MisterWives’ sophomore album Connect The Dots continues to grow as the indie pop band from NYC unveils yet another fine tune from the album, due to drop in a week on May 19th. Coloring Outside The Lines is a vibrant stomper of an anthem lead by Mandy Lee’s ever luminous and vivacious vocals. The band will be hitting the road this summer on The Band Camp Tour, their first headlining run in support of their new album. Details about the tour can be found, here. Pre-order Connect The Dots, here.

April 26, 2017

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 04.24.2017 – 04.25.2017

Featured selections – April 24-25, 2017

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April 25, 2017

If Little Drummer Boy, the famed holiday carol, is truly about a “little” percussion marcher, then this new song from MisterWives, though simply entitled Drummer Boy, is surely about his “big” cousin, the fellow who prefers more power and heat, as well as plenty more zest and pep in his beats. Our excitement for the alt pop band’s sophomore album Connect The Dots continues to build at an exponential rate as they present us with a surprising combination of sooty drawling, summer buoyant pop on Drummer Boy. It’s almost as if Teddy Sinclair project Cruel Youth had unexpectedly linked up with St. Lucia for a few style melding somersaults across the floor. Misterwives’ Connect The Dots arrives on May 19th. Pre-order from their shop, here.

April 6, 2017

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 04.03.2017 – 04.04.2017

Featured music – April 3-4, 2017

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April 4, 2017

Some of us, like my I Heart Moosiq colleague Nick, must be wildly elated by the impending arrival of MisterWives’ sophomore album Connect The Dots. In fact, he’s probably the biggest MisterWives fan I know. The Mandy Lee lead alt pop band have unlocked the pre-order for the record this week ahead of its release on May 19th. They’ve also unveiled a brand new song named Oh Love, on which Mandy Lee’s voice smolders furiously. MisterWives puts their bluesy smoking, sooty fierce spirit on display with the rip roaring, resolute pounding single, which would be fine company to Bishop Briggs’ flaming tunes of late. You can pre-order Connect The Dots from MisterWives’ official shop, here.

February 20, 2017

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 02.19.2017

Featured music – February 19th 2017

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February 19, 2017

I think we can all agree that one good thing that came out of the political chaos of the past month is the proliferation of some magnificently resolute music. Well loved NYC indie pop darlings MisterWives make their contribution to the growing list of adamant anthems with Machine. Heavy synth whirs are joined by brassy soulful plumage on the reverberating single in a very MS MR meets Rudimental like manner. Mandy Lee turns in some of her fiercest lead vocals yet on the rallying ballad, out now on Republic.

October 13, 2015

Honest electro pop song ‘Chances’ by London trio SYKES. The nomadic nature of Chances instantly connected with the group as the Brazilian-British singer Julia recalls; ‘It’s about discovering a city, taking risks and seizing the moment. It was an easy choice for our next single as it’s a reflection on our lives currently as we strive to tour in as many cities as we can.’ I can’t put my finger on who they sound like a cross of – CHVRCHES and Misterwives maybe. Regardless, The ‘Best Thing’ you can do SYKES is to keep taking those ‘Chances’. We’ll keep dancing with you through street lights.