Lilly Wolf

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  • Lilly Wolf

    This show was on Jan 7th, 2014 | 17 people watched
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    • Jan 8
      Quite a rarity on Concert Window: pounding electronic beats. Add to that awesome vhs quality broadcast quality - many would say this destroys the gig, but with firm belief the eighties were the best period in human history, it honestly enhances the experience - and this loft concert quickly became one of my absolute favorites so far. Will check out everything Lilly Wolf available online.
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Described as “pop music for pop music snobs,” New York duo Lilly Wolf have created a catchy collaboration of electronic music infused with the perfect dose of melody, hard-hitting beats, and insightful lyrics.

The project is made up of front woman Lilly Wolfson and producer Alex Neuhausen (Dr. Nu). While the duo consists of these two equal partners, Wolfson’s name and face represent... more

Described as “pop music for pop music snobs,” New York duo Lilly Wolf have created a catchy collaboration of electronic music infused with the perfect dose of melody, hard-hitting beats, and insightful lyrics.

The project is made up of front woman Lilly Wolfson and producer Alex Neuhausen (Dr. Nu). While the duo consists of these two equal partners, Wolfson’s name and face represent them. While studying at Stanford University, Wolfson and Neuhausen met online in a musician-based Facebook group. At the time, Wolfson had a singer/songwriter focus and recruited Neuhausen to play the guitar.
Having won several singing competitions and performed on “A Prairie Home Companion,” Wolfson was pursuing a more acoustic sound. However, after a few years of performing music in the Bay Area, they transitioned their sound and entered the EDM arena, employing synths, elements of house and dubstep,
and their own electro flavorings to craft an entirely different sound.

Lilly Wolf is climbing new heights since their relocation to New York City last year. Their latest songs have been licensed to Bunim-Murray and regularly soundtrack shows like “The Bad Girls Club” and “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.” In the coming months, this dance-inspired act will release a new EP and additional videos while planning a nationwide tour to engage with their growing fan base. In the meantime, the two musicians are employed as web developers by day, working in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. At night, they have been playing at increasingly legendary dance parties in local lofts.

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