Toronto‘s Free n Losh made a brilliant choice reworking “Smoke Rings” from the Mills Brothers. “Where Do They Go” really represents the perfect balance of old world style and new world beats. They join the slow crooning of The Mills Brothers with a smooth steady down beat rhythm filled with early Jazz riffs of the 30′s, really solid.
If you asked me what band you should be following this summer. I’d tell you Wolf Alice. I’ve been infatuated with these North Londoners ever since they erupted on to the scene with “Leaving You”. They’ve released only a handful of singles and each one is more infectious and different from the last.
“Bros” shifts away from the energetic youthful romp of “Fluffy” and delivers a more tender sentimental tune filled with bright melodies, driving rhythms and a testament to a best friend.
What makes this band so damn cool is they don’t place themselves in a nice neat little musical category. Just look at the diversity between each of their singles. They blend elements of electro, grunge and pop creating a sound that’s unmistakably theirs and undeniably good.
Their new single “Bros” is out May 2oth on Chess Club Records.