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|Wolf Parade||Primary Artist|
|Spencer Krug||Piano, Keyboards, Vocals, Group Member|
|Arlen Thompson||Drums, Group Member|
|Hadji Bakara||Keyboards, electronics, Group Member|
|Dan Boeckner||Guitar, Vocals|
|Isaac Brock||Producer, Audio Production|
|Wolf Parade||Composer, Audio Production|
Posted October 1, 2010
Wolf Parade is a brilliant band that hail from Montreal, Canada. Which means they are part of the Canadian scene that not so recently exploded with bands like the Arcade Fire, Broken Social Scene, Stars, The New Pornographers (Not-so-New) and Destroyer. Wolf Parade make catchy music that combines keyboard(Spencer Krug)and guitar(Dan Broekner/Dante Decaro)with a thrashing drum(Arlen Thompson) that never quits. Don't forget Hadji though. Wolf Parade take regular melodic independent rock and make it the way they want it to be. Which ends up a fun mess that deals with melancholy and upbeat tunes. Spencer Krugs's devilish howl draws you to listen to "Fancy Claps" , "Dear Sons and Daughters of Hungry Ghosts" and "I Believe in Anything". Dan Broekner's demanding vocals seem like he may have one to many cigarettes but still it makes you gasp with spectacular ability. Wolf Parade's debut is a must for the everyday indie kid but for the casual listener you may be put off. Still it was one of the best of '05Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted July 7, 2009
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