Ghostpoet

14+ event • Upstairs bar at The Bodega

  • Friday 18th October 2013
  • Supported by: Mt. Wolf
  • Doors open: at 7:00pm

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GHOSTPOET  "Sound upon sound upon stuff."

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"This new British four-piece have had bloggers in a frenzy over the past year with the release of their debut EP, Life Size Ghosts. Vocalist Kate Sproule's ethereal tones and the band's dreamy electronic-folk sound is surely destined for great things."   • London Evening Standard

"Opening the gates for ‘dreamfolk’, Mt. Wolf emerged this year with their ‘Life Size Ghosts’ debut that set critics eulogising their psych flavoured, trippy folkish-electronica sound. Sigur Rós-like ethereal soundscapes and sensual vocals spread over four-minute-plus opuses make for one big intoxicating aural bliss-out from this London-based quartet."   • Clash

"'Life Size Ghosts' is expectedly the standout EP track, as powerful and magical as it was when we first heard the song over six months ago. Shades of The xx creep in on the pervasive 'Cry Wolf', while the hip hop meets electronica of Purity Ring comes to mind on 'Starliner', a seven minute sonic odyssey... The future remains bright however and the band have recently been compared to the now Mercury Music Prize winning Alt-J - it's perfectly conceivable that Mt. Wolf will reach such equally great heights."   • Faded Glamour

"Blistering hazy electronic soundscapes with flecks of acoustic guitar and whispered harmonies, Mt.Wolf swirl in a James Blake meets Sigur Rós kaleidoscope"   • I Like Music

"Offering an eclectic and instantly appealing palette of folk, electronica and bass soundscapes, London four-piece Mt. Wolf are definitely a new and exciting band to watch. Their alluring sound is aptly termed “dreamfolk”; taking the best elements of sequenced synths, melodic strings, deep bass grooves and soulful vocals and combining them all into a cinematic fusion of heart-melting harmonies and contemporary, endlessly danceable electronica."   • Soundcrash

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