Void has been the prophetic child of a conception solely based on one person. From one individual that has mixed, mastered and created a whole present outlook throughout these songs. Wilde Child consists of a man known as Nic Belor. While he resides in Australia at this present moment, if you could you would carry this album around with you. It feels like a love sick adult, stricken with a composite of instructions designed to fool you into a life that was planned out for you. Void would become the holy grail of protection in the sense that, as a general music fan. Without the howls of what genre is this or that, Nic has created music that can not be fit primarily into any section. Wilde Child has placed his rhythm in between the walls and the doors, as the cushion to your subconscious state. With Intro #6 playing heavy on the fuzz grounded, incendiary guitar skills tripping on the honest to god, function of early post punk drum beats. A classic style that never fades and never becomes tired of hearing.
Peace of Mind is just what you do not get. In the response to the song title, Wilde Child is describing the thought of peace and quiet but as the clutter of noise, concentrating on his every move. Process and complete a memory trip down the lane of 'why have I not heard about this?'Replace has become the cornerstone that holds the binds together. The production has been on key to the point I keep looking back going, this guy is only 20 years old and has mastered that attraction to performing a live, beautifully raw approach that has been lost. As the ties pull together to end the 5 song EP, not only do you not want the rotation to end. But you will have this one on rotation. That is no point in lying about that, just look out for Wilde Child because in the cliche he is one. That post punk and 80's punk are marked as his influence, you definitely hear the drive but what's best is the fact he has built from that point. Not just relying on what sounds he has heard, he's evolved them into a new species.While he has played on the same bill as such bands as the Smashing Pumpkins and At The Drive-In and Mudhoney at the Splendour in the Grass festival. Nic must not worry, he's on his way to perfecting a raw presence that will bellow out as he plays.
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