DeWolff – Strange Fruits And Undiscovered Plants (2009)(320 kb/s)

DeWolff is a three-piece psychedelic space rock n’ roll band, founded in 2007 in the deep south of Holland by brothers Pablo & Luka van de Poel and Robin Piso. These youngsters are heavily influenced by bands from the late 60s and early 70s such as Led Zeppelin, T. Rex and The Doors as well as newer bands like the Black Crowes and the Black Keys.
After releasing a 4 track EP ‘DeWolff’ in the fall of 2008 and making a few national television appearances DeWolff released their debut album ‘Strange Fruits and Undiscovered Plants’ in 2009. While the album received raving reviews, DeWolff’s live reputation grew bigger and bigger. A few highlights in DeWolff’s impressive 2010 touring schedule are a show at the legendary Pinkpop festival and an appearance at the German TV-show Rockpalast.

While touring DeWolff was already planning the recording of a second album, ‘Orchards/Lupine’, which was released in January 2011. Critics described the album as ‘a psychedelic masterpiece’ and ‘an extraordinary adventure’ and it eventually reached #11 in the Dutch charts. These wolves play music the way it is meant to be: electrifying, groovy, energetic, passionate and damn loud. –

Track List:
01 – Mountain (4:29)
02 – Medicine (4:34)
03 – Dont You Go Up The Sky (4:17)
04 – Desert Night (2:43)
05 – Wicked Moon (3:16
06 – Birth Of The Ninth Sun (7:41)
07 – Parloscope (4:57)
08 – Fire Fills The Sky (4:08)
09 – Red Sparks Of The Morning Dusk (3:27)
10 – Silver Lovemachine (10:10)
11 – Leather God (1:51)


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