Dooxs – Wander – Audio

The dark-electronica duo Dooxs from The Netherlands release the EP Under My Tongue on the 24th.

Dooxs - Under My Tongue - artwork

Dooxs – Under My Tongue – artwork

The third of the four tracks – Wander (which was released as a stand alone single yesterday) is an ethereal grinding of brooding sound that has the feel of a fog shrouded decaying industrial complex with machinery laying in waste as rain drips, through the broken roofs, echoing around the spaces.

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Under My Tongue – EP – Dooxs is available on iTunes.*

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WVNDER – Afterimage – Video

The US emo quartet WVNDER will be releasing the LP Precipice on the 19th.

WVNDER - Precipice - artwork

WVNDER – Precipice – artwork

From the dozen track album, the opener Afterimage sets the scene for the LP as a dark pall descends into the room, while WVNDER deliver their signature sound.

Originally known as Wander – they have just changed their name to WVNDER to avoid confusion with another band with the same name.

Precipice – Wander is available on iTunes.*

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Wander – Stay Away – Video

The US emo quartet Wander are set to release the LP Precipice on the 19th of August.

Wander - Stay Away

Wander

When introduced back in 2014 Wander were a trio, the additional guitar allows them to deliver music of even greater introspection and from the forthcoming follow-up LP to their eponymous début – Stay Away demonstrates this additional layer of sonics and brooding foreboding.

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Wander – Thanks A Lot – Video

The US emo trio Wander have featured a few times this year.

Wander - Thanks A Lot

Wander

From their eponymous LP the middle of the eleven tracks – Thanks A Lot surfaced as a live video version a few hours ago.




Thanks A Lot is a track in which Wander explore the perimeters of their out-put as a symphonic introduction drifts slowly into the room before curling its lip into a sneering commentary.

Throughout the piece, which is reflective of their style, the trio balance melody with malcontent affording the music three distinct sections, which for the progression of the track, makes sense. Although four and a smidgen minutes long, an additional minute to the LP version, in my view this adds a couple of chapters to the context of the track as the introduction, which is where the weighty extension lays in this iteration, explains the complete storyline to Thanks A Lot.

Wander – Wander is available on iTunes.*

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