Posts Tagged ‘white leather’

January 18, 2018
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I’m a devout fan of British band Wolf Alice and their 90s inspired rock. Though their 2017 album Visions of a Life was stupendous, my love for their earlier tracks is stronger than ever. Their music can’t be easy to remix, and it’s not often anyone wants to take on their alt rock and transform it into a dance track, but that’s exactly what Myten has done with White Leather, a song I adore very much. White Leather’s ethereal rock gets infused with a magnificent dosage of buoyant energy on Myten’s deep house remix, which at times carries the resiliency and sharpness of future house. Myten’s edit is dance paradise for a fan of both electronica and rock, and I’d like to thank him for giving us this deep thrumming gift, which is a free download, here

May 2, 2013
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Wolf Alice is an indie alt rock band from London that has been around since 2010, but have no full length album out yet. Their latest single Bros comes out on May 20 in the UK, and today, they previewed the audio for the B-side, Every Cloud, a beautiful, hazy, dreamy, shoegazy song that’s far different from Bros. Check out A-side Bros below, which is a far more energetic and fast paced rock song that starts out very Silversun Pickups like before exploding into a pop tinged, infectious melody.

For a few more good tunes from Wolf Alice, here’s White Leather and Fluffy.

May 2, 2013
http://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/90169588/stream?client_id=3cQaPshpEeLqMsNFAUw1Q?plead=please-dont-download-this-or-our-lawyers-wont-let-us-host-audio

Wolf Alice is an indie alt rock band from London that has been around since 2010, but have no full length album out yet. Their latest single Bros comes out on May 20 in the UK, and today, they previewed the audio for the B-side, Every Cloud, a beautiful, hazy, dreamy, shoegazy song that’s far different from Bros. Check out A-side Bros below, which is a far more energetic and fast paced rock song that starts out very Silversun Pickups like before exploding into a pop tinged, infectious melody.

For a few more good tunes from Wolf Alice, here’s White Leather and Fluffy.