Starwolf have released their new single titled ‘Make you mine’, ahead of their upcoming album titled ‘Astro Lobo’ releasing October 16th.
An absolute groove fest that’s as fresh as fresh can obtain in such a stale world, Starwolf literally breathes new life into this extended isolation and brings a smile to my face. And, when that happens, the world seems a little bigger when music like this exists.
The groove is a consistent hook over a solid beat and varied instrumentation in a song that seamlessly combines funk, pop, and everything you would want at a party you could brag about being at later.
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The legend of Starwolf dates back to 2016, where the three piece band started creating an other-worldly blend of funk/pop music in rural Illinois outside of St. Louis, MO. Since its inception, the band has released several singles and a self-produced EP, Ti Amo, Stargazer, in 2018.
Starwolf is composed of Tim Moore (drums, synth, percussion), Max Sauer (guitar, bass, synth), and Chris Rhein (vocals, bass, guitar).
The band’s forthcoming EP, Astro Lobo, is slated to be released on October 16, 2020. Astro Lobo was co-produced and mixed by Jason Kingsland (Washed Out, Band of Horses, Deerhunter). The band’s standout single, “Bad Feeling,” features a guest appearance by Tim Lefebvre (David Bowie, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Empire of the Sun) on bass. Starwolf’s persistence and determination for the world to hear their music can be attributed to only one thing: Huey Lewis told them so.