Artist of The Month - Global Rockstar

Check out their public profile of our Artist Of The Month for July: “Operating out of North London, Gold Wolf is a high energy band that produces a sleek, polished rock and roll sound. They incorporate elements from Brit Pop and UK indie super stars, while mixing in styles from across the Atlantic. All with tight harmonies and strong, solid drums.”

All very true. Listening to Gold Wolf’s music you immediately understand they’re superb performers. You can hear their inspirations and influences. What surprises…

EP Review by Jamsphere

Gold Wolf – a blistering synergy of music that is original, fresh, fun and untouchable!

North London based rock band, Gold Wolf is a group who doesn’t succumb and conform to the bland trends found so prominently in today’s music. They possess an extremely tight-knit sound that mixes melody with crunch at free will. The guitar often comes in spurts while the drummer and bassist chisel away with abandon and precision. There are traces of Alternative to Progressive and everything in between that comprises…

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EP Review by Sleeping Bag Studios

Gold Wolf – Gold Wolf – EP Review  

Sometimes you hear a sound of a band that comes out gunning so professionally that it just makes sense to the brain that one day you won’t be the only one hearing what you’ve just heard. I got that feeling about twenty-five seconds in when the bass, drums and guitar of Gold Wolf came in…that tingle on the spine that told me I’m about to hear something special in the rock-genre today. Writing this now after several listens of course – I can fully confirm…we’ve got…

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EP Review by Rock and Roll Creations

Gold Wolf Pave The Way With EP Release

London based trio Gold Wolf are about to release their self-titled EP at the beginning of June, that is set to gain them a lot more attention.

Having formed a couple of years ago, Gold Wolf have been honing their sound in front of live audiences both here and in Europe , and the 5 track EP is impressive from the very first listen. 

Opening up with ‘California Queen’, the drum tattoo rhythm is regimented against a more freestyle sound which makes a great contrast in…

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The Independent - Radar

Willgoose Esq, the 32-year-old heavily bespectacled man behind Public Service Broadcasting, stands on the beach at Bournemouth, the latest stop on a tour supporting Kaiser Chiefs, and tells me he is nervous. “I’m quite an anxious person,” he says.

We are talking about the fact that his band has achieved something impressively DIY by becoming a critical and comparative commercial success without the might, the heft, and the budget of a record label.

Finding audiences, selling albums and earning a living…

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