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The Wandering Woods deliver hot funk and invigorating jazz on new EP
(Published: August 06, 2017)

The Wandering Woods is a band that gives importance to their own identity and passion. Formed by bassist Ross Sandlin and percussionist Jeremy Evans, the Wandering Woods have just released a new EP, a self-titled celebration of their musical roots and influences. Although it only has three tracks, it is still sure to wake the senses.

The first cut, "Flamethrower Method," stitches together mix of hot funk, jazz, and rock. It has a sophisticated arrangement that never lacks energy. Its title is actually fitting the musical content, a song that is fiery, fast, and action-packed.

On the other hand, "Night Owl" is a bit suave with a softer tone than the intense opener. Although it's more mellow, it has an instrumental depth that stimulates intellectually and can keep the imagination going through the night.

"Coyote, The Trickster" does not stylistically differ from the first two. It is a hybrid of jazz, funk, and blues rock, filled with superb string work and scintillating beats to match. It is a song full of musical tricks that will surely please the ears.

The EP is a perfect example of a "quality-over-quantity" product. Although it only has three tunes, the Wandering Woods' creativity and musical expertise produces an invigorating collection of sweltering jams. The only downside that the EP has is that it will definitely leave fans wanting for more due to the limited availability of songs to showcase their skills, but that is a good problem to have.

More Information: https://thewanderingwoodsband.com

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