releases 12 November 2013
Written by Algebra Huxley
Produced by Matt Boynton and Algebra Huxley
Recorded by Matt Boynton at Vacation Island
Vote for Wolf In A Spacesuit on The Deli NYC, Algebra Huxley has done some great indie electronic synth-pop compositions with some ominous lyrics yet bewitching melodic vocal work on Blighter Days. Highly recommended and defiantly worth a listen. Can’t wait to hear the rest of the tracks!
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From the FaceBook ‘Blighter Days’ Event Page:
“Wolf In A Spacesuit’s first ever full length album, Blighter Days, will be released on 11/12/13.
It was written by Algebra Huxley and produced by Matt Boynton (MGMT, Kurt Vile, Gang Gang Dance, The Vaccines).
You can pre-order the album at www.wolfinaspacesuit.com and you’ll get an early download of the new song Full Color Visional.
Not only that, people who pre-order early will also get a subscription to the 30+ song album OVERLORD OF THE MOUNTAIN. So, basically, you’re getting 40 songs for $9.99. That’s a ton of music.
There will be a live streaming webcast of some new Wolf In a Spacesuit songs in October.
I’m very excited to share this album with all of you.
Wolf In a Spacesuit
3. Call It What You Will
4. The Honey Glows
5. Full Color Visional
6. Palm Tree Song (Arecaceae)
7. Constant Claustrophobia
8. Wake The Shadow
9. Moldenke (Collective Memory)
10. Blighter Days
Pat Grossi, aka Active Child, has a new EP coming out on October 22 named Rapor. I’ve been a huge fan of his since electric, oft harp filled nu gaze since 2011 debut album You Are All I See, so this is great news. He’s amazing live, as well, so catch him on tour with his backing band if you get the chance. Today, Active Child unveiled the first single off Rapor. Subtle is a departure from his previous dreamy work. It’s much more 80’s new wave and synth poppy. On top of that, the track features Mikky Ekko! Win!
Brandon Ralph, Paperhouse, & Idle Collaboration @ The dA Center for the Arts 8.18.2013