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Pangea
June 9th 2019


3988 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

In the woods is incredible

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PartySuave
June 10th 2019


4 Comments


I’m about halfway through my first listen and I’m already blown away. Incredibly haunting and occasionally crushing. Gonna listen through their whole discography today.

Project
June 10th 2019


4198 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I'm thoroughly intrigued, great review. I really dug what I heard of Wang Wen so I'll spin this at work



edit: I'm like halfway through the opener and I think I'm in love

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insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
June 10th 2019


5091 Comments

Album Rating: 4.2

They are heavier than Wang Wen, but have that tensed atmosphere too. You should check out their albums, all are really good.



If you dig Wang Wen, listen to Zhaoze too, they are cool

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LelandAB
June 10th 2019


634 Comments


first song immediately sounds like if Balmorhea and Cult of Luna had a lovechild

dbizzles
June 10th 2019


14068 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

About to peep this.

Digging: Choir Boy - Gathering Swans

Ikarus14
June 11th 2019


1381 Comments


Whoa. This band sounds like the coolest thing I've heard of in ages. Gotta see if this is up on Spotify.

BlindHouse
June 11th 2019


185 Comments


I didn't quite like this as much as hoped, but then I got to In The Woods. Everything from then onwards is great. Maybe the other songs will grow on me.

Pajolero
June 11th 2019


1089 Comments


I have friend who's gonna go nuts for something like this. Thanks!

Digging: Wipers - Is This Real?

Scheumke
June 11th 2019


1722 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

On my first listen and yeah this rules so far!

Digging: Caligula's Horse - Rise Radiant

Project
June 11th 2019


4198 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

it's definitely on spotify in the US, that's how I heard it

sizeofanocean
June 11th 2019


1862 Comments


Does Wang Wen incorporate traditional folk instrumentation too?

insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
June 13th 2019


5091 Comments

Album Rating: 4.2

Wang Wen don't use traditional folk instrumentation, only horns in their music - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7XFqqQ-pJQ0



Zhaoze use the guqin, which is a Chinese traditional instrument - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=23JIOxty158

Hawks
June 13th 2019


73730 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

About to get on this now. m/

TheSpirit
Contributing Reviewer
June 13th 2019


26625 Comments


this sounds cool af

Hawks
June 13th 2019


73730 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I think you’ll dig this Brandon.

Pikazilla
June 13th 2019


10962 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

This album makes we wanna put my rice hat on and go hiking in the mountains. And I mean that in the best way possible.

outliers
June 13th 2019


1401 Comments


gotta remember to dig into this

PostMesmeric
June 13th 2019


776 Comments


I'm so happy that more folks are listening to this very talented band.

Uzumaki
June 14th 2019


2307 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Been with this band since their album “A Hermitage”. Like you, I’m glad that people are getting their socks blown off by it.



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