Synth Wiz Wavewulf releases explosive new album ‘Space Art and Angels’

Released January 22nd, ‘Space Art and Angels‘ is the latest release from Synth Wizard Wavewulf. Sounding somewhere between realms of Jean Michel Jarre and Kraftwerk, Wavewulf’s innovative music is a refreshing sound in today’s overly saturated industry. Following in the footsteps of his previous album ‘Green Decay’, there seems to be no stopping this talented artist, and we’re not complaining.

Nicholas Long, the mind behind Wavewulf, has a huge passion for synths and that radiates throughout the release. A mystical journey through time travel, the cosmos, outer space and dimensions behind our own, any track off the album could make for a perfect soundtrack to an episode of The Twilight Zone or Black Mirror.

Exploring human conditions and the soul as well as political, environmental and philosophical themes, Wavewulf’s new album question humanity and what it really is to be a human. An iconic release that will go down in Wavewulf’s history, ‘Space Art and Angels’ is out now, and deserves your attention.

Side I: 

  1. Space Capsule
  2. Waverunner Symphony
  3. Reflections and Refractions
  4. Ar(ificial) 2600
  5. Voyagers
  6. Ride on the Milky Way
  7. Venus’s Winter Light III
  8. Ghosts of the Past

    Side II:
  9. My One True love
  10. Planetarium
  11. Angels Playing
  12. The Motion of Emotion
  13. Streets of My Town
  14. Souls Rush
  15. Aim for the Stars
  16. Floating Above the Night

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/netnik808
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    Website: https://wavewulf.com/
    Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/nicholas-long-10
    Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/14Ga39ZZGbQatNaqTcaloq
    Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGHnDwx0pV_3V9C5FNRHfVg

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