Native Light (Tulsa) + Wray (Birmingham) + Mrenc At Crowbar

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Native Light (Tulsa) + Wray (Birmingham) + Mrenc At Crowbar
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Native Light (Tulsa) + Wray (Birmingham) + Mrenc At Crowbar says
Brokenmold Entertainment presents

Native Lights




"Lush desert-swept shoegaze. Gorgeously heavy." - NPR

"A sound that's as deep and dark as classic shoegazers like My Bloody Valentine and
Slowdive, but on an even grander scale." - Stereogum

"Native Lights has delivered an experience that volleys between the massive and the
mellow." - Modern Vinyl

"Sounds like Galaxie 500 being molested by Lemmy." - Music OMH (UK)

“There’s a severity to the song that makes it hard to shake: the guitars repeat panicked patterns and the song hurtles forward on its own velocity, as if desperate to outrun the ghost clawing at its heels.”- Wondering Sound

“Maybe it’s that stateside influence which sees the band thrust forward with more purpose than you might expect, but right from the off there’s brittle guitar lines and liberal splashes of white noise. It evolves and unfurls as it goes on, expanding and becoming a pulsating, dreamy triumph, demonstrating that Wray also have an ear for melody.” -The Line of Best Fit

“A wash of distortion, a motorik beat, an impassive and nearly drowned-out vocal: These are the essential building blocks for Wray, a three-piece band pursuing its own extrapolation of shoegaze, surf-punk and lo-fi garage-rock.”
-The New York Times
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By: Crowbar