Copenhagen-based musician, Anders TrentemÃ¸ller has garnered a lot of positive attention for his previous releases. Taking time in between albums, Lost is his third official release in the past seven years, the last being 2010â€™s […]Tags: album, Anders Trentemøller, Blonde Redhead, Copenhagen, Denmark, electronic, Ghost Society, instrumenal, Jana Hunter, Jonny Pierce, Joseph Johnson, Lost, Low, Marie Fisker, music, production, review, Scandinavia, The Drums, The Lower Dens, The Raveonettes, The Wild Magazine, Trentemoeller
After the successes of â€œHeal,â€ â€œGive Meâ€ and â€œGive it to the People,â€ it has become apparent that The Child of Lov a.k.a. Cole Williams, likes to present fans with creative visuals, as well as […]Tags: dutch, Fly, Joseph Johnson, music, New Jersey, Pensacola, rebellion, review, singer, songwriter, Soul, The Child of Lov, The Wild Magazine, video., Youth
Electronic music veteran, Moby is no stranger to pushing boundaries and challenging himself creatively: not only in music, but also in photography and writing. Although he never really repeated the smash-hit success of his 1999 […]Tags: A Case For Shame, abstract, Al Spx, Cold Specks, creative, director, dj, electronic, Innocents, Joseph Johnson, MOBY, music, music video, Producer, review, swimming pool, The Wild Magazine
Givenchyâ€™s Menswear Spring 2014 collection embarks the brand on a journey towards 360-degree style revolution. A liberating adventure that doesn’t only push limits, but, more importantly, gifts the viewer with a one-way ticket towards a […]Tags: 2014, Africa, C. JoyBell C., collection, Futurism, Givenchy, L.A. Skaters, Mario Rodriguez, Men's, review, Riccardo Tisci, Spring, Summer, Technology
After the dramatics of the heavily house-influenced track, â€œWhen a Fire Starts to Burn,â€ Disclosure are back with another video. This time itâ€™s for â€œF For You,â€ from their debut album Latch, which hit the […]Tags: bass, dance, Disclosure, electronic, F For You, Joseph Johnson, music, producers, review, Settle, The Wild Magazine, UK, video.
With a feather tucked in his beanie, a green tracksuit and a jacket emblazoned with the moniker â€œPrince of Thieves,â€ there is no doubt that the protagonist in The Child of Lovâ€™s latest video for […]Tags: dutch, Funk, housing estate, humour, Joseph Johnson, music, Politics, review, Robin Hood, tax, The Child of Lov, The Wild Magazine, theft, UK, video.
U.K. production duo, Disclosure, have been on our radar here at The WILD for quite a while. Going way back to â€œFlowâ€ and then hearing â€œLatchâ€ for the first time, we were immediately hooked and […]Tags: AlunaGeorge, beats, Disclosure, electronic, garage, Joseph Johnson, London, music, review, The Wild Magazine, UK, video., When A Fire Starts To Burn
If youâ€™re a famously reclusive artist like Zomby, you need to find more inventive methods of gaining notoriety than being tactically featured in salacious stories in tabloid newspapers, or snapped on blogs wearing the â€œitâ€ […]Tags: black & white, dance, drum & bass, electronic, elusive, Joseph Johnson, music, New York, reclusive, religion, review, Shakespeare, The Wild Magazine, UK, video., With Love, Zomby
Swedish singer, Lune’s new clip for her track “Leave the World Behind,” is a little different to what we’ve come to expect from a music video. When you first watch the scenes of a 4×4 […]Tags: Advertising, Axwell, Campaign, cars, isolation, Joseph Johnson, Laidback Luke, lake, landscape, Leave This World Behind, Lune, music, nature, Norway, review, scenery, Sebastian Ingrosso, Steve Angello, Sweden, Swedish, Swedish House Mafia, The Wild Magazine, video., Volvo
Along with the phenomenal â€œSwimming Pools (Drank),â€ Kendrick Lamarâ€™s â€œBitch, Donâ€™t Kill My Vibeâ€ was one of the standout tracks from his critically acclaimed debut album, Good Kid M.A.A.D City. The track has received praise […]Tags: acclaimed, Bitch Don't Kill My Vibe, church, dope, Good Kid M.A.A.D City, Hip-Hop, Joseph Johnson, Kendrick Lamar, music, rapper, review, The Wild Magazine, video.