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"Wyldlife, It’s All in the Family"

Unless you have been living under a rock lately, you may have heard about a little band called The Pains of Being Pure of Heart. Yes, they are one of the most attention grabbing bands that have come out of New York City in a while, but the buzz on the street is starting to point to another upcoming indie act called Wyldlife.

Wyldlife singer Dave Feldman has music flowing through his veins, as his brother Kurt Feldman plays drums in both The Pains of Being Pure at Heart and The Depreciation Guild. Even though Wyldlife has barely broken into their twenties, the band has been together more than half their life and it shows.

Fresh off their summer tour, the band who is already working on songs for album two, have just released their new EP titled Now We Are Gentlemen. Once you grab ahold of this record you will not want to let it go. Every song seems catchier than the one before and it somehow gets better with every listen. With killer guitar licks from Sam Allen and Jon Rick alongside the brilliant rhythm section of G Scott Corey and Spencer Alexander, the band manages to create a sound that hasn’t had me this excited since I first heard The Strokes who they share a degree of likeness to. Feldman’s voice is smooth with a slight rock edge and a lot of soul which is hard to pull off. This combination makes Wyldlife nearly flawless and extremely memorable. Watch out New York, there’s a new buzz band in town. - greenshoelace.com


"Now We Are Gentlemen" EP 2009
"Baby, Quit Sucking My Blood" 2008
"World Famous" EP 2006



Invading from New York City, the five guys of WYLDLIFE are back with a vengeance in the summer of 2009, celebrating the new EP, "Now We Are Gentlemen." This is only a glimpse of what's to come. After the summer tour, Wyldlife will be back in the studio working on a full length follow up.

The band has been well exposed in New York City, playing in front of a packed crowd in November of 2006 at Don Hill’s in Tribeca, a club that WYLDLIFE would return to almost a dozen times over the next year and a half when not playing at other NYC live music haunts like the Tank, the Knitting Factory, the late Mo Pitkin’s in Greenwich Village, and Goodbye Blue Monday deep in the heart of Brooklyn. WYLDLIFE also had the privilege of teaming up with legendary NYC graffiti artist, party promoter, and event organizer NYC Lase last September to play a set at Da Movement, a charity fashion and arts festival in Columbus Park in downtown Manhattan to benefit Invisible Children.

Baby, Quit Sucking My Blood! (2008) is every bit as raunchy, seductive, and dignified as the live WYLDLIFE show. With kick-out-the-jams rocker “Zombies Are Taking Over New York” and the soulful “Erobotica,” the five get ample opportunity to display their range of musical and songwriting talent. Just take one listen to Sam Allen shred through “Seven.” or kick back and let the melodic hum and drone of Dave Feldman’s voice on “Who’s Sorry Now?” seduce your feet into one last date with the dance floor.