Will Wolfe Shares Delightful Dream Pop

Will Wolfe, out of Portland, is a recent signee of Manimal Records, home to the likes of other great names like Warpaint and Bat For Lashes. His newest track, “Saying Goodbye,” is a lo-fi, guitar and synth driven steady groove with catchy lyrics that roll quickly off Wolfe’s tongue. I’m quite fond of the way this track rollicks along, with the playful backing vocals that ooh and ahh and the synths that bounce about. At the very end of the tune, you get a sick sax solo to round things out nicely before you go to press play again. Take a listen and acquaint yourself with Will Wolfe before he drops another solid single.

Death Valley Girls Give You Retro Garage

unnamedL.A’s Death Valley Girls really have a name that suits their style of music in that they sound like someone zombified some valley girls and then gave them guitars. This track, “Summertime,” has that retro-girl band sound combined with the fuzz and shred of today’s garage rock. The vocals are all kinds of catchy and beg you to scream along with the band through the track. The juxtaposition of the valley girl vocals and the gritty punk quality of the instrumentation give the song some allure that you certainly don’t want to miss out on.

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