WFNM Roundup #21 – Quiet Bison, Mulholland Blond, cheekface, Crusoe
Quiet Bison’s debut EP “Trials and Tribulations” features four songs that highlight the unique production behind this intriguing new artist. Gritty, energetic, and dynamic, each song gives you the sense that this is an artist with a very clear vision for their sound and expression. This is an impressive debut EP and I’ll be sure keep an eye out for future releases!
Mulholland Blond’s fourth single “Fever” is a smooth jam that moves with a stellar and airy energy. Engaging and dripping with 80’s vibes, this song is teeming with hooks and tight songwriting all supported by gritty toms and floating synths. Another solid single from Mulholland Blond!
cheekface is back with another zany single “S.T.O.P.B.E.L.I.E.V.I.N.G”! Each line is clever and hilarious (including “I may be too fat to be Spider-man, but not to be Body-Positive Spider-man”) making this song a fun and rocking ride from start to finish.
Crusoe has just released their new EP “A Cure For Gravity”. Vibing with a gritty electronic energy, each track highlights their killer style (inspired by the likes of Grouplove/BØRNS/AWOLNATION). This an EP worth diving into on a long weekend drive!