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so 2 completely different bands but they have some things in common they are both are WILD, set to be big in 2013, from America and have strong vocals

Wild Belle

here is a quote from the line of best fit

Brother-sister bands don’t come a lot cooler than Wild Belle and, although “cool” might not be particularly on-trend terminology, their style embraces the sound of an era when it certainly was.

The Chicago-based duo are beginning to make entirely justified, tie-dye infused ripples in a sometimes all-too monochrome new music pond; you just have to look at the cover of their ‘It’s Too Late‘ EP to see said ripples providing pillows for a deadpan Natalie and saxophone wielding Elliot.

Wild Belle’s music offers a blend of unmistakable reggae with the aforementioned saxophone and intelligent rhythms from jazz, ‘stir it up’ with some rock ‘n’ roll and a dash of pop, and you are beginning to put together a recipe that can describe the work of this funky family affair.

full interview is here

Wild Cub

here is a massive quote from Topshop(yeah i know Topshop????!!!)

The noughties have taught us how to love dreamy synth pop and the ‘10s seem to be about shaking it up. And so is the case with Wild Cub. This talented duo from Nashville has spent their first year as a band spreading their sweet, tropically-tinged, dance-y pop across the USA to resounding cheer. Impressing the industry at SXSW, rousing a crowd at the CMJ music marathon and gaining fans further afield with their slick version of Jessie Ware’s Running, this twosome have a little more up their sleeves to be named ‘just another electronic pop band’. For us it was the addition of steel drums, for some it’s their oft nod to the ‘80s and for others their ever so well-placed use of house, but what’s clear is there’s a lot love for this film composer and multi-instrumentalist duo.

check out the full interview here

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