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Le Wolves

Happy Tuesday morning everyone!  I hope this blog finds you doing well.  We here at Spanspek Headquarters are busy trying to get everything in order for the upcoming festival and we're super excited to hang out with all of you on 10/4!

In the meantime, here's our next band spotlight!  Prepare your earholes for Fresno indie blues outfit Le Wolves!
Here's a bit about the band, as supplied by the Fresno Bee's "Artist You Should Know" column:

Le Wolves is a band with a dark side.  The Fresno-based four-piece group creates an eerie voodoo-vibed folk music "that will make you believe..."

And that's it.  That's all I could find of the article online!  I think it's good though, cause it adds even more mystery to the band.  What will they make me believe in one wonders.  What powers of persuasion do these young men possess?

Anywho, even that snippet totally gets at what the band sounds like.  It's a mix of old and new, bright colored lights made dim by cigarette smoke:
I don't think we've ever had a band quite like Le Wolves at Spanspek before.  It's gonna be a good one folks,  something you do not want to miss.

For more info on Le Wolves, visit their Tumblr page, Facebook, and Twitter.  If you want to listen to more of their music, they just released their excellent "Melted Eyes" EP, which you can listen to below:

That's it for now!  We'll have more music coming your way soon!

Cristobal Carrillo
September 24, 2013


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