405 Recommended Album Competition: Wild Nothing - 'Nocturne'
"He has shown us exactly how to follow up an impressive debut and keep improving. Expect this to be in many of the best album lists this year."[Read Full Review]
The '405 Recommended Album Competition' is a weekly look back at albums that we've recommended in our review section, and an opportunity for you nab yourself a copy.
For the first edition we decided to go with Nocturne by Wild Nothing, which was universally loved at 405 HQ.
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We'll pick a winner at random on October 11th.
- Tour Dates
- Monday 29 October – Dublin – Vicar Street (supporting The Walkmen)
- Tuesday 30 October – Manchester – Ritz (supporting The Walkmen)
- Thursday 1 November – London – Forum (supporting The Walkmen)
- Wednesday 28 November – London – The Lexington
- Thursday 29 November – Leeds - Brudenell Social Club
- Friday 30 November – Glasgow – Stereo
- Saturday 1 December – Dublin – The Workman's Club
Solo artist to release six new album covers for new album and play string of shows in UK and Europe. [read more]
It's hard to believe that Wild Nothing have only been around for a handful of years. Formed by Jack Tatum in late 2009, the band have quickly accelerated in the indie stakes, with second album Nocturne proving a hit with critics and fans alike. [read more]
Wild Nothing have announced several upcoming UK shows, including their biggest headlining London show to date. [read more]
This week we've had some beautiful records on the site. My top pick being the Wild Nothing record, which was reviewed today (click here). It was also a pretty quite week for record releases but next week is going to be crazy! Click on the image below to listen to this week's review playlist and click on the links below to read the reviews. Olympians - (Live) - (link) The Drums - The Drums - (link) Wild Nothing - Gemini - (link) Dungen - (Live) - (link) The Climbe... (continued) [read more]