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I went to see Why? the other week. I was amazed at how many people were there and how brimming with enthusiasm they were. Brilliant. I had missed the support act Josiah Wolf. He is the brother of Yoni Wolf, the animal-from-the-muppets like drummer whose hair veers from a neat fuzz to full on wild afro mode depending on the time of year. Here is his debut solo lp entitled 'Jet Lag'. Its a sterling ...

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Jet Lag by Josiah Wolf
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8/10 Clinton Staff review, 26 March 2010
I went to see Why? the other week. I was amazed at how many people were there and how brimming with enthusiasm they were. Brilliant. I had missed the support act Josiah Wolf. He is the brother of Yoni Wolf, the animal-from-the-muppets like drummer whose hair veers from a neat fuzz to full on wild afro mode depending on the time of year. Here is his debut solo lp entitled 'Jet Lag'. Its a sterling first effort. The Wolf DNA has definitely been passed down though Josiah's mode is much more mellow and folky rather than the frantic and quirky. On first listen i wondered if it was a little wishy washy but on second play the melodies are coming through strong and you can see why he hasn't overdone it on the dynamics and kept the songs simple and full of space. Comparisons would be the obvious - the folkier side of Why? and Fog and the less obvious Mountain Goats, Radar Brothers, Silver Jews. On Anticon.

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