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Wolf People Wax About Wax On Aquarium Drunkard

WOLF-PEOPLE

We stumbled upon this phrase that was written by some 16th century devotional writer named Samuel Hieron: “Well might they have their eares ticled with some pleasing noise.” And, we’re like, whoah, we think this puritan is talking about us, when we’re listening to Wolf People. As you can tell, we’re still ecstatic about working with the British rock quartet. (Their debut on Jagjaguwar called Tidings, a compilation of their singles, comes out on Feb. 22/23.)

It seems like, before our ears were tickled by Wolf People, Wolf People’s ears were tickled by many others. And Jack Sharp from the band talks about ten albums on the excellent Aquarium Drunkard blog that had some impact on them but that are probably not in your collection. It’s a must read (and listen):

Wolf People: A Musical Cultural Exchange, A Medley (Aquarium Drunkard)

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Words by Sharon Van Etten
Druganaut by Black Mountain
Black Mountain (Demo) by Black Mountain
Surrender by Briana Marela
I Don't Want to Let You Down by Sharon Van Etten
Just Like Blood by Sharon Van Etten
Multi-Love by Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Can't Keep Checking My Phone by Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Continental Shelf by Viet Cong
Silhouettes by Viet Cong
Forgiven/Forgotten by Angel Olsen
May As Well (Bonus Track) by Angel Olsen

Surrender by Briana Marela

Multi-Love by Unknown Mortal Orchestra

Neverending Fountain by S. Carey

Silhouettes by Viet Cong

Dinosaur Jr.
Holyoke, MA - Mountain Park  w/ Primus

Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Boise, ID - Neurolux  w/ Vinyl Williams

Wolf People
Seattle, WA - Sunset Tavern  w/ Barton Carroll

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