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Download: The Wilde – This Is All For You *Mellowhop

August 9th, 2012 by | Electropop |

AllForYou Download: The Wilde   This Is All For You *Mellowhop

For any musician, Luke’s ambition should be an inspiration. He sure does make being productive look easy. The newest addition to The Wilde‘s track list is “This Is All For You,” a wobbly, anxiety-ridden stream of consciousness: “Actual me / I am actually fine / Pop two pills / And pretend I didn’t have wine.” Driven by an isolated guitar riff and featuring Hannah Sears during the chorus, it can be haunting and enlightening all at the same time.

“Proverbial you you have nothing to fear.” Listen & download below!

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The Wilde – Run (Feat. Lucky Fours) *mellowhop, hip hop

July 27th, 2012 by | Electro, Hip-Hop/Rap |

TheWilde RUN The Wilde   Run (Feat. Lucky Fours) *mellowhop, hip hop

The Wilde really nails it in his collaboration with Lucky Fours (aka Gio Jacuzzi), “Run.” Matching a powerpop melody with a super catchy hook, “I don’t really know what it feels like to live in the sun / but now I really know that it feels right to break free and run,” their controlled spoken word / rap makes escapism feel less guilty.

Indulge the ears and get it while its hot – aka, download “Run” for free:

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The Wilde – I Wish Life Was More Like Wes Anderson Movies

July 16th, 2012 by | Electropop |

TheWildeWesAnderson The Wilde   I Wish Life Was More Like Wes Anderson Movies

Luke DeWilde of The Wilde is gearing up to release another album before mid-September and in doing so, is gracing Before Bigs with another one of his handcrafted mellowhop tracks! Inspired by the new Wes Anderson film Moonrise Kingdom? Well, I can confirm that this song could at least fit comfortably amongst the mischievous young lovers expedition. Luke’s spoken word reflects concerns with the instilled idea of success and love but the lack thereof, admiring characters brought to life by Wes Anderson – “In Wes Anderson films / The kids have their shit in order…The life that’s on the screen / Is the way it should be”. The nostalgic music-box instrumental decorates Luke’s wistful musings of the love and lust of being young: “Its low-tide and I’m tired, disappointed in myself because I would have been inspired if I went back to being 12.”

Take a listen and feel free to connect with Luke on this one:

Stay tuned with Before Bigs for more news on his upcoming album!

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The Wilde – The Loneliest Ringmaster *Mellowhop

June 25th, 2012 by | Electropop |

TheWildeRingmaster 600x600 The Wilde   The Loneliest Ringmaster *Mellowhop

Luke DeWilde returns with his new track, “The Loneliest Ringmaster”. This time, Luke puts more pop into his mellowhop, using light synths and a twinkling xylophone to compliment the carnival imagery of the lyrics. His spoken word is introspective, calling himself an introvert but hopefully his play counts will go up so he doesn’t have to question whether he should quit music (for the record, he shouldn’t). The catchy hooks of “The Loneliest Ringmaster” even feature a female harmony and I’m not sure if he needed to actually name Tom Delonge for me to make the correlation between Tom and Luke’s voices.

As Luke says, “Welcome to the carnival of sounds in my brain.” Enjoy “The Loneliest Ringmaster”:

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May 30th, 2012 by | Electropop, Hip-Hop/Rap |

TheWilde The Wilde   SSA *hip hop, folk, electro

Luke DeWilde (formerly of The Summer Knights) may be on to something. Granted hip hop, folk and electronic have been around for years and the mixing of the three is nothing new, The Wilde has stumbled on a fusion of these genres, appropriately titling his new album MellowHop / Electrofolk. Slowing rap down to a spoken word level combined with grungy rock guitar riffs and of course the hisses of synths, this album is definitely prospect for a jammin future.

Give The Wilde’s track, “SSA”, a listen! Driven by a decompressed U2 “Streets Have No Name” guitar melody, “SSA” expresses Luke’s exploration of folk, hip hop and electro.

Grab a digital download of MelloHop / Electrofolk for free at TheWilde.Bandcamp.com!


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