Let's Wrestle: We Are the Men You'll Grow to Love Soon
Post-Punk rockers Let’s Wrestle may not bring anything new to the table, but the age old equation of youth + energy + guitars once again seems destined to prove that there are still gems to be mined from Brit Rock. While the band’s debut LP In the Court of Wrestling Let’s is crammed with ear catching guitar hooks and sloppy swagger, it’s actually lead singer Wesley Patrick Gonzalez’s lyrical content that really sets the band apart. Gonzalez’s lines are self deprecating, earnest, and full of wry humor. “We are the Men You’ll Grow to Love Soon” isn’t the band’s best track (for the record I am really digging “I Wish I was in Husker Du”) but it is the single currently being offered so hey, it’s what you get.
– Jon Behm
Lets Wrestle – We are the Men You’ll grow to Love Soon
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New Material from Aby Wolf
After winning critical acclaim for 2009’s Sweet Prudence, Minneapolis’s best female vocalist Aby Wolf is already recording new material. Though “Silents” is still a work in progress, it sheds some possible insight into where the songstress’s sound is heading. An unabashed student of the school of Bjork, Wolf appears to be moving further in the experimental vocalist queen’s direction, eschewing Prudence’s folksy undertones for a starker, more elemental intonation. Silents is entirely looped acapella vocalization, with Wolf arranging the layers of her singing into a minimalist orchestra of stark beauty.
– Jon Behm
Aby Wolf – Silents
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Aby will be next performing on February 8th at Barbette