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Must See: Wolf Alice At Le Poisson Rouge On Thursday (Also: Stream The Debut Album)

Wolf-AliceThis must make for an interesting time for Wolf Alice, after morphing from folk poppers five years ago to indie rock poppers today, the North London band are about to release their debut album My Love Is Cool (which you can stream  here on NPR) and if there is nothing as naturally awesome as “Bros” (actually there is a couple of songs), there is nothing that isn’t really really good.

Still Wolf Alice are slightly missing the name you think they’d have by now in New York, you know, the selling out MHOW, nearly selling out Bowery ballroom and finally playing Rough Trade on the Sunday tour, instead they haven’t sold out Le Poisson Rouge for Thursday nights gig, so here is the opportunity for a quick spin up close before the rest of new York catches.

“I’m influence by dark, heavy guitar music; the experimental use of vocals, lyrics and production in hip-hop and rap music; the melodies and production in pop music; and everything that comes in between all that stuff”. So said glamor puss Ellie Roswell to Diffuser. Maybe she’s right, when you have a hook as strong as the one as  big summer song for disgruntled teens in excelsus “Lisbon” you can call it anything you want really.

Gigwise called it “The perfect blend of pop, grunge, young rock intelligence and pure abandon, it makes for a pretty complete and perfect listen.’

$20 including etcs, 630pm door, so go.

 

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