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Wolf Colony Releases Remix Package For ‘The One’
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“”The One” by Wolf Colony is a genuinely lovely cut of DIY bedroom pop that calls mind the plush 80s melodies of Baby Alpaca or the crooner cool of Josef Salvat.” – Noisey
‘This twist on Wolf Colony’s ‘The One’ combines tribal, deep house and EDM into a hands in the air anthem that’s set to gain these two some serious attention.’ – DJ Magazine
“Combining glitch with ambience, organic with electronic, this is an eerie but lovely remix. Future beats, synth trickles, delayed rhythms and shifted vocals place the original tune in a completely different atmosphere, and the results are really interesting. Each phrase and layer brings something new to the remix, forever keeping you on your toes, wondering what’s coming next!”
LISTEN TO ‘THE ONE’ REMIXES HERE
WATCH VIDEO FOR ORIGINAL TRACK ‘THE ONE’ HERE
Debut Album ‘Unmasked’ 3/3/15
“New York City-based artist Wolf Colony may be anonymous (working side by side with producer Neal Sarin), we do know this: He’ll be releasing his debut album, Unmasked, on March 3. And even though we’re not aware of who’s behind this mysterious electro-pop crooner’s mask, Wolf Colony’s new single, reveals ’80s-inspired melodies that pop with shimmering backbeats and shattering hi-hats similar to that of those Ratatat rely on.” – SPIN
“It’s always been a special treat when an act whom we had been previously unaware of completely sweeps us off of our feet.” – The Music Ninja
“Wolf Colony is the kind of music for dancing alone. Maybe with a lover. Maybe with the fresh laundry you need to fold. Maybe just a little car dancing. It’s dark but far from depressing.” – The Burning Ear
“Gosh, “Youth is another jam. It is the perfect example of music and lyrics complementing each other so well.” –Sunset in the Rearview
“Percussive pop and sultry electronics forge a sound and a song in “Beauty” that is so enticing, it is impossible to not be charmed.” – Mostly Junkfood
Based out of New York City, Wolf Colony is an anonymous singer-songwriter who began collaborating with music producer Neal Sarin in 2012 with no initial intention of pursuing a career as a recording artist.
Wolf Colony delivers a new blend of electronic-pop, drawing influences from 80s synth-pop to indie rock, while slipping in subtle stylistic nuances inspired by various contemporary electronic artists. Rather than indulging in over-production, Wolf Colony adorns his songs with relatively bare arrangements, leaving ample room for his unique vocal presence and deeply personal lyricism.
Since the release of his debut EP, Welcome to the Wild Side, Wolf Colony has organically grown a global following and has performed at various music venues including Bowery Ballroom, House of Blues and Brooklyn Bowl.
Wolf Colony now prepares to debut his full-length album entitled, “Unmasked”, which is exclusively produced by Sarin. The LP will feature previously released favourites, “Beauty”, “Youth” and “Holy” in addition to an array of unreleased material.