Go Wolf

27 Nov

With a feature on Kitsune’s newest compilation album (which has featured the likes of Two Door Cinema Club, Bloc Party, Friendly Fires and Foals) Go Wolf deserves our attention. If “buzzworthy” and “breakthrough act” are still relevant measures, the group fits the part, succeeding at making indie disco pop that is increasingly being played out and under-executed. In other words, I’m excited to see where they go next, but this is enough for now.

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One Response to “Go Wolf”

  1. Paw February 1, 2014 at 9:28 am #

    Where have you gone, little brother? Give us some Hospitality, RAC, Adam Crossley, Air Traffic Controller, M + A – something, anything.

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