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Freddy
May 30th 2018
loved it!
Los Angeles, CA@
Resident
Amber
May 13th 2018
It was really good. Took me a while to find the place but the bazar was fun and so was the music
Portland, OR@
St Johns Bizarre

About Wild Ones

Wild Ones delve into the bliss and burden that musicians are tasked with today: create work that captures your spirit, but do it without selling your soul. Self-produced and recorded, they walk the line of DIY oddity and polished pop sheen. Hailing from Portland, Oregon, the band combines the talents of lead vocalist Danielle Sullivan, keyboardist Thomas Himes, drummer Seve Sheldon, guitarist Nick Vicario and bassist Max Stein. Growing up on Cocteau Twins and En Vogue, their sound is a mash of R&B synths, muted guitar, and somber vocal melodies. After 7 years together, they've hit their stride in creating work that poses questions about art and authenticity. Mirror Touch, the band’s latest record releasing in October 2017 via Topshelf Records, explores spaces of isolation, loneliness and how it feels when the line between self and other becomes blurred. The record title refers to the condition "Mirror Touch Synesthesia" and the physiological experience of empathy. How can you know yourself, when in public you become everyone else? The songs explore the quest to maintain artistic self-integrity in an industry that seeks to homogenize. Solitary in their process of collaboration, Himes and Vicario produce the music, while Sullivan crafts lyrics and melodies, their attempt at self-preservation against the ever-changing expectations of what music should or should not be. Combining their style of upbeat melodies with a backdrop of darker lyrical themes, an inquiry into their artistic process ultimately reflects a balance between earnest head nods to their favorite sounds with a fierce loyalty to their own sense of self. "Mirror Touch" out Oct 6 on Topshelf Records Apple Music: http://tpshlf.co/2wbBAch Amazon Music: http://tpshlf.co/2wbHxpB Bandcamp: http://tpshlf.co/2wcgxq6 Google Play: http://tpshlf.co/2u8X2Be Topshelf: http://tpshlf.co/tsr178
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Genres:
Indie Pop, Pop
Hometown:
Portland, Oregon

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Live Photos of Wild Ones

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Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

Fan Reviews

Freddy
May 30th 2018
loved it!
Los Angeles, CA@
Resident
Amber
May 13th 2018
It was really good. Took me a while to find the place but the bazar was fun and so was the music
Portland, OR@
St Johns Bizarre

About Wild Ones

Wild Ones delve into the bliss and burden that musicians are tasked with today: create work that captures your spirit, but do it without selling your soul. Self-produced and recorded, they walk the line of DIY oddity and polished pop sheen. Hailing from Portland, Oregon, the band combines the talents of lead vocalist Danielle Sullivan, keyboardist Thomas Himes, drummer Seve Sheldon, guitarist Nick Vicario and bassist Max Stein. Growing up on Cocteau Twins and En Vogue, their sound is a mash of R&B synths, muted guitar, and somber vocal melodies. After 7 years together, they've hit their stride in creating work that poses questions about art and authenticity. Mirror Touch, the band’s latest record releasing in October 2017 via Topshelf Records, explores spaces of isolation, loneliness and how it feels when the line between self and other becomes blurred. The record title refers to the condition "Mirror Touch Synesthesia" and the physiological experience of empathy. How can you know yourself, when in public you become everyone else? The songs explore the quest to maintain artistic self-integrity in an industry that seeks to homogenize. Solitary in their process of collaboration, Himes and Vicario produce the music, while Sullivan crafts lyrics and melodies, their attempt at self-preservation against the ever-changing expectations of what music should or should not be. Combining their style of upbeat melodies with a backdrop of darker lyrical themes, an inquiry into their artistic process ultimately reflects a balance between earnest head nods to their favorite sounds with a fierce loyalty to their own sense of self. "Mirror Touch" out Oct 6 on Topshelf Records Apple Music: http://tpshlf.co/2wbBAch Amazon Music: http://tpshlf.co/2wbHxpB Bandcamp: http://tpshlf.co/2wcgxq6 Google Play: http://tpshlf.co/2u8X2Be Topshelf: http://tpshlf.co/tsr178
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Genres:
Indie Pop, Pop
Hometown:
Portland, Oregon

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