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Nocturne

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Shadow
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Midnight Song
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Nocturne
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Through the Grass
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Only Heather
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This Chain Won't Break
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Disappear Always
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Paradise
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Counting Days
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The Blue Dress
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Rheya
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 44:09

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Wondering Sound

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08.28.12
Wild Nothing, Nocturne
2012 | Label: Captured Tracks / SC Distribution

A kissing cousin to Sweden’s Radio Dept or label mates Craft Spells, Jack Tatum (aka Wild Nothing) spins a soft sonic security blanket of hazy synths, distorted guitars and cooed vocals that pay loving homage to the star-kissed dream-pop of the 1980s. But despite his distinctly Moz-like melancholy and his Robert Smith-style preoccupation with love, longing and loneliness, here’s never a sense that Tatum’s aping his influences — merely using them as a touchstone for… read more »

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favorite album of 2012 (and beyond)

emeraldcityson

Sometimes on emusic I'll pick up bits and pieces of an album. For this one, don't do that. Nocturne is a true album, not just a collection of songs. Within it, there are songs of every hue and mood. Just push play from the beginning and enjoy.

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Interview: Wild Nothing

By Annie Zaleski, Contributor

Jack Tatum surmises that people might refer to the music he makes under the moniker Wild Nothing as "reference-pop" or "revisionist-pop." Those phrases give short shrift to the scope of his music, though: Both 2010's Gemini and the new Nocturne take cues from the past — the Cure's gloomy fog, '80s UK indie rock, whispery twee, Sarah Records' melancholy jangle — but don't use nostalgia as an emotional crutch. Nocturne is much dreamier than past Wild… more »

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Who Are…DIIV

By Laura Studarus, Contributor

Clad in an oversized knit sweater, his bleach-blond hair pointing at a half-dozen different angles, DIIV frontman Z. Cole Smith prefaces our chat with a disclaimer: He never expected the band to go anywhere. And yet, on the cusp of releasing their debut Oshin, DIIV (changed from DIVE out of respect for the 1990s Belgian industrial band of the same name) has already surpassed Smith's modest expectations —which didn't extend far past hanging out with… more »

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Label Profile: Captured Tracks

By J. Edward Keyes, Editor-in-Chief

File Under: Ragged, guitar-based indie pop; jangle-'n'-reverb forever! Flagship Acts: Beach Fossils, Wild Nothing, the Fresh & Onlys, the Girls At Dawn Based In: Brooklyn, New York When I first meet Mike Sniper, he's drinking Patron Silver at an Oyster Bar in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. From any other record executive, the scene would be typical to the point of almost seeming mundane. But Sniper is the founder of the tiny, ragged Brooklyn indie Captured Tracks, a label that prizes… more »